A website is built of many pages, but what exactly makes up a page?
In general terms, a page is the stuff that is shown to the site visitor inside their browser.
What this means for you is that content can be added, modified or removed whenever you want, through intuitive menus and commands!
A couple examples:
- On the home page for this site, we have a slideshow describing the terms “Flair” and “Fitness Websites” – if we wanted to add a new slide that describes our ideal client, we would create the graphic, upload it to our host and add it to the slideshow generator. Done!
- Also on the home page the “From the Blog” section is dynamic. We write a blog post and hit publish. It automatically updates this region of the page (upon page refresh)!
The uniformity of pages across websites is accomplished through page templating . This process basically takes the layout from one page and applies it to the copy (content) of the next.
In our opinion, the most important aspect of a website is having fluidity across the pages!
As far as blogs are concerned, they are essentially pages with lots of always changing components.