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#1 jwag  Icon User is offline

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What is the correct order for the steps to making a website?

Posted 01 August 2013 - 06:36 PM

Hello, i think the best way to ask my question is to explain a scenario,

Lets say your making a professional website with security and everything. You are starting from scratch, your making a drawing board of all the steps you need to do to finish your website:
-implementing a template
-designing a template/layout
-making security
-implementing security
-making the basic (html/css) side of the website
-implementing the basic website
-making php/javascript/flash... forums/functions...
-implementing php/javascript/flash
-making database/server connections...
-implementing database/sever connections
-(any other?)

what order would you attempt to complete those tasks in? feel free to change the steps around if it helps.
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Re: What is the correct order for the steps to making a website?

Posted 01 August 2013 - 06:58 PM

Research
Design
Code
Test
Modify
Test
Modify
Launch
Modify
Live test
Modify
Live test
Permatemp hack
Test


Rinse and repeat.


In all seriousness, I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess that you are very, very, very new to web development.

First off, welcome to the jungle.

Second, it's not as cut and dry as you seem to want to think. Particularly when you start getting into client-side coding/server-side coding/databases/etc. For me, all the HTML/CSS/PHP/Javascript/MySQL gets written kind of together as I go. If that makes any sense at all. And while I know Flash and ActionScript, it's a massive pain to deal with in the long run, so I avoid it like the plague.

Lastly, I certainly hope it's okay to rearrange the list you've presented - it's kind of difficult to implement a template before you design it.
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