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    Exclamation Speed Problem


    hi de. am in serious trouble.
    am a web and applications developer, i do all the technical programming, site devedlopment and administration alone. i need to be as fast/quick as possile like a "v-power engine or something".. when developing apps or sites.

    1. i need tips on how to quickly develop sites **i knw it all depends on the complexity but.. ***
    2. i need a quickest way to document the sites and planning for future maintainance and upgrades.
    3. i mostly deal with government department apps & sites they all look dull & all that jazz.. i need to add a fresh vibe on them, i mean complete look and feeling hence i need a website to visit regularly for recent graphics &web designs..
    please help!! help!! help!!
    i need a v-power energy
    Last edited by m@l@y@; 02-20-2008 at 06:47 AM.

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    Right, so I'm supposed to WANT to respond to someone that's shouting at me?

    If you don't know by now that capitals are the online equivalent of shouting, you should really consider a career change...

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    Quote Originally Posted by CyanLight View Post
    Right, so I'm supposed to WANT to respond to someone that's shouting at me?

    If you don't know by now that capitals are the online equivalent of shouting, you should really consider a career change...
    no, no, no, is shouting on the net, something like shouting in the middle of the street,

    the fact is that is no answer to this "speed problem", with or without screaming.

    best regards

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    eh! did i shout??

    am sorry if u think i was shouting.

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    Which government would that be?

    First I would say that proper grammar, and layout, would be your best bet when doing ANYTHING related to ANYTHING. A proper presentation is a good meeting.

    Quick development of a website is like saying a "quick family". Creation can be quick, but to develop it properly, you need to layout everything. My advice would be to design it (mentally), put your design on paper, organize your design properly, make any edits and revisions three or four times, ensure it looks nice, put it on the net with proper coding, make any revisions necessary again (Ie. Style, layout, etc). Always remember to plan big, learn your limits, re-plan, learn those limits, and then develop. That way you're not getting fed up with something that you're unable to do.

    After you've got it all up, make any revisions AGAIN, then move onto maintenence creation.

    For every document you have in your host, you should have at LEAST a page of maintenence covering every item in that document. Have details on how to change, what to change, what not to change, and when to change. This is also done with comments, but having an administration guide book can help a lot with maintaining a site.

    A good thing to do would be to add an administration panel on each site which can only be accessed with one user name and one password, and ensure its encryption. Then have that panel work much like that of a blog's administration panel. Have your CSS file for that page, and that page, as well as any outlining pages in forms ready for edit and revising.

    Number 3 should come easily with all of the above.

    A normal website (yes, of course depending on the style and its content) should take at LEAST a month before opening. That way you can make sure everything works, and everything is ready for viewing. This also gives you enough time to change whatever details you wanna change.

    I would advise, before you start, planning out your time frame. If you make a schedule for what days you should complete what, then you can follow that and not get off track with something.


    Hope that answers your question.

    Speed is not an issue, quality is. However, the faster you develop quality sites, the better.
    Last edited by Deacon Frost; 02-20-2008 at 09:16 AM.


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