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    Flow of webpage management

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    by hogi ·

    how to manage the developement of a webpage/

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    • #3897733

      Flow of webpage management

      by pol ·

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    • #3900586

      Flow of webpage management

      by angelo ·

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      Very short question…..

      If you mean the software side –
      If you are just starting out, pick a package that will do some of the things for you (e.g Front Page, HoT MetaL). As you progress in knowledge and experience, you can “graduate” to some more encompassing packages (e.g. Cold Fusion).

      If you are talking about the Content Side-
      Try to move these decisions to someone in your marketing or PR side if you are a techie. If you are already in Marketing, PR or communications, you may want to find a single person to begin with to approve content and manage it and then branch out to more people as your site grows.

    • #3901486

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      by shidlowsky ·

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      This question is too basic to really answer in a single posting.
      I would suggest you read a book or paper on the structure of web development
      to undestand the major steps and processes in web development. There are
      lots of courses and seminars that cover this also. Sybase’s current road show
      on J2EE covers this quite well.

      As for the management aspect, it’s the same as managing any other development
      project. If you have trouble with specific tasks and work estimates, find someone
      you know & whose judgement you trust who has done web application design & development, Ask him/her to help you develop a project plan (or a task list, at the
      very least). You’ll both learn from the experience.

      Howard Shidlowsky

    • #3896074

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      by michael.dytham ·

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      http://www.webdeveloper.com has a section on site management if that’s any help. They also have sections on all manner of things to do with the web, some basic and some advanced. Good resource for webmasters.

    • #3896029

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      by gicu artistu’ ·

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      First of all that page is gonna be used for what?
      If you plan an e-commerce or B2B or an application page than you have to parts, client side (browser) and server side and the thing could go on.
      If you plan a nice and cozy webpage hire a webdesigner for 2 days and da daaaa your page is ready

    • #3892602

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      by mindbump ·

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      Identify the web site’s objectives. Find who in your organization is affeted by each objective. Enlist an owner for each objective who is responsible for providing the business rules and sign-offs needed.

      Then review the prototype with all. Provide a comment period. Evaluate the issues, re-develop the site, and test in a production environment. Provide a feedback loop.

    • #3894449

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      by katjamcd ·

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      You can use basic project management methodology to manage web development. Always start with a strongly documented requirements analysis. You can’t provide a solution without knowing what your client is after.

    • #3778310

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      by bob l. ·

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      Other answers have offered good general advice. However, if your website gets at all complex, you will run into an issue we are still struggling with: ASP pages, or similar objects that can mix content and function. You don’t want to post functionalpieces that haven’t been through QA. The key is to separate the static content from functionality as much as possible, and this requires a more fomalized design process.

    • #3771604

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      by nate hoy ·

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      The biggest problem I see in Web Development groups is that Web Developers are all content and little “back-end” (I should probably state that I am a “back-end” developer and develop transactional systems).

      The first thing I would recommend is toget yourself a GOOD change management system (start with MS SourceSafe if you have to, but graduate to something better). Make an effort to get a good QA/Testing environment going on a separate machine or machines.

      The best designed Web page isn’t worth anything if you can’t roll changes smoothly. Web Developers sometimes tend to have a “small machine” or “hacker” mentality which leads to a general lack of rigorous development and testing standards.

    • #3787471

      Flow of webpage management

      by jacky chin ·

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      Beside then the project management skill that you need to have. You need to have some internet marketing knowledge, for instant how to manage your webpage, more attractive, change management and etc.

    • #3740106

      Flow of webpage management

      by hogi ·

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