I need new ideas for developing a website.
1) You need to spend some time to find a problem that you would like to solve in an innovative way.
2) Take that idea and design how you would like to solve the problem in a practical way. This should include asking potential users lots of questions so that you are as complete as possible in what you include in the design.
3) Take your design and decide what web technology you want to use and map out a design for the application that satisfies your design from step 2.
4) Build the necessary code components to realize your designs.
5) Debug, Debug, Debug, Debug, and then Debug some more.
Unless you can provide a more code specific question this may be about as detailed an answer as you can get.
11 Jan '13 - 10:02
Sounds like homework when you say "I have to develop a website project"
In any case, why would anyone give you their new and innovative ideas? Surely, if they really were new and innovative, they would create them and benefit directly.
"I need new ideas for developing a website." Seriously? This is a forum to help people find answers to actual programming problems, not to act as your brain.
You should come up with 5 ideas. Write them down. Weight up the pros and cons of each. The, when you have finished that process, develop whichever has the most pros and least cons.
Will that be new and innovative? No idea but at least it'll get you using your own brain and stop you being lazy and expecting other people to do your work for you.
11 Jan '13 - 10:53
You should look around at other websites first to get some ideas.
Websites are like interactive brochures, that are encoded in HTML. Car brochures, cosmetic, clothing are a good place to start. Then you encode that brochure to get the exact same look and feel, only it's a website. Now you add interactive options to it for more information, to magify an image, check for pricing.
We start with paper first and draw rough sketches. Then upon approval, we create electronic rough drafts in illustrator. Finally, we encode them in asp.net, and add functionality to them. It's old school, but still effective in today's markets.
11 Jan '13 - 12:49
1. Write some HTML.
2. Load it onto a web server.
11 Jan '13 - 10:05
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