Monday, 04 January 2016 12:49

Using This Content

The content itself has been broken down into individual sections that apply to the different stages of a website’s development. The beginning (the planning stage), the middle (development and delivery) and the end (delivery and ongoing maintenance and marketing).

It’s an ongoing cycle so you will hopefully gain an appreciation for the fact that a website (in my humble opinion) is never finished.

I’ve also tried to discuss in as much detail as is possible each individual element and the associated elements so that if needed the content can be used as a reference (or even translation) source when you need to review something specific relating to your website project.

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