Web Brower

A web browser is to supports people questions and help to find information and social media.

Microsoft Internet Explorer


Microsoft (Bill Gates)

Windows Product

Google Chrome





Mozilla FireFox




Apple Safari




apple products

There 7 purposes of websites:

Search Function: This part of a website allows the user to quickly look for anything on the website based on a word or phase.

Image: A photo/picture/visual element.

Virals: Can be an image, sound or a video. Viral are used to spread a message very quickly. They are designed to b3 passed and shared between users.

E-Commerce: Used to describe and area of the website that users can buy, sell or trade anything.

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1: BBC News

2: The Sun

Explantion: People are informed about the news.

To Educate

1: BBC Bitesize

2: Mymaths

Explanation revision and notes to help with revision.

To persuade

1: CNN

2: Apple

Explanation it presents you to buy the products (iMac, iPhone)

For E-Commerce

1: Amazon

2: Ebay

Explanation Buy and sell your (products and belongings)

For Storage

1: iCloud

2: For Sharing

Explanation you can save and store you work online

For Sharing

1: SoundCloud

2: Instagram

Explanation Share what you like on social media platforms

For Social Interaction

1: Tinder

2: Facebook

Explanation talking to stranger and liking peoples posts

Static website means: Static sites are the most basic type of website and are the easiest to create. Unlike dynamic websites, they do not require any Web programming or database design. A static site can be built by simply creating a few HTML pages and publishing them to a Web server.

Dynamic website means:A dynamic site is one that is written using a server-side scripting language such as PHP, ASP, JSP, or Cold-fusion.

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