Why Use Swebi Net?

To build a respected and trusted website design company takes time and passion. And this is exactly what we have done. We believe that no other can compete with our first class service.

Great web design for everyone every time

As many people know, good design is subjective – but a good customer base comes from delivering a great service time and again. At Swebinet our designers and programmers are vastly experienced in all aspects of website design and development and our client list proves it.

In essence, we are an honest company that believes passionately in itself and the services we provide. We strive every time to create websites that look and function to the highest standards. And we offer all this at a fraction of the cost that most people would expect to pay.

Stunning websites at an affordable and competitive price

Come on board with “Swebi net” and we will :

Create a bespoke website for you after listening to your own ideas as well as providing our highly creative design input into you project. We pledge to create a site that you are happy with and that we believe works for you.

  • Continue to work on your site until you are 100% happy with every aspect. We do not limit you to a set number of hours of development like many other web designers.
  • Provide you with unlimited web design revisions.
  • Keep you informed throughout the whole design and development process
  • Include a free .com domain name of your choice
  • Include free high speed, highly reliable, secure hosting for your site
  • Include free email
  • Include full content management as standard with all sites!
  • Include any images you may want from our quality image library for use on your site
  • Provide technical site support
  • Include free search engine optimisation
  • Give you everything you could need for a professional site

We are a unique web design company and we hope you’ll soon agree To find out more about us see our latest news.

If you have any questions about “Swebi Net“, please email us.

If you would like to discuss your requirements for a new website then please use the Contact Form or call us.

The web development industry

Since the mid-1990s, web development has been one of the fastest growing industries in the world. In 1995 there were fewer than 1,000 web development companies in the United States, but by 2005 there were over 30,000 such companies in the U.S. alone.  The web development industry is expected to grow over 25% by 2010. The growth of this industry is being pushed by large businesses wishing to sell products and services to their customers and to automate business workflow.

The Swebinet founder has been in this industry since the mid-1980’s

In addition, cost of Web site development and hosting has dropped dramatically during this time. Instead of costing tens of thousands of dollars, as was the case for early websites, one can now develop a simple web site for less than a thousand dollars, depending on the complexity and amount of content. Smaller Web site development companies are now able to make web design accessible to both smaller companies and individuals further fueling the growth of the web development industry. As far as web development tools and platforms are concerned, there are many systems available to the public free of charge to aid in development. A popular example is the LAMP (Linux), Apache, MySQL, PHP, which is usually distributed free of charge. This fact alone has manifested into many people around the globe setting up new Web sites daily and thus contributing to increase in web development popularity. Another contributing factor has been the rise of easy to use WYSIWYG web development software, most prominently WebDev, Adobe Dreamweaver, Netbeans or Microsoft Expression Studio. Using such software, virtually anyone can develop a Web page in a matter of minutes. Knowledge of HyperText Markup Language (HTML), or other programming languages is not required, but recommended for professional results.

The next generation of web development tools uses the strong growth in LAMP, Java Platform, Enterprise Edition technologies and Microsoft .NET technologies to provide the Web as a way to run applications online. Web developers now help to deliver applications as Web services which were traditionally only available as applications on a desk based computer.

Instead of running executable code on a local computer, users are interacting with online applications to create new content. This has created new methods in communication and allowed for many opportunities to decentralize information and media distribution. Users are now able to interact with applications from many locations, instead of being tied to a specific workstation for their application environment.

Examples of dramatic transformation in communication and commerce led by web development include e-commerce. Online auction sites such as eBay have changed the way consumers consume and purchase goods and services. Online resellers such as Amazon.com and Buy.com (among many, many others) have transformed the shopping and bargain hunting experience for many consumers. Another good example of transformative communication led by web development is the blog. Web applications such as MovableType and WordPress have created easily implemented blog environments for individual Web sites. Open source content systems such as Alfresco, Typo3, Xoops, Joomla!, and Drupal have extended web development into new modes of interaction and communication.

In addition, web development has moved to a new phase of Internet communication. Computer web sites are no longer simply tools for work or commerce but used most for communication. Websites such as Facebook and Twitter provide users a platform to freely communicate. This new form of web communication is also changing e-commerce through the number of hits and online advertisement.

Timeline

Typical Areas

Web Development can be split into many areas and a typical and basic web development hierarchy might consist of:

Client Side Coding

  • AJAX Provides new methods of using JavaScript, (eg ASP.Net or PHP) and other languages to improve the user experience.
  • Flash Adobe Flash Player is a ubiquitous client-side platform ready for RIA’s. Flex2 is also deployed to the Flash Player (version 9+).
  • Javascript Formally called ECMAScript, JavaScript is a ubiquitous client side programming tool.
  • JavaFX is a software platform for creating and delivering rich Web applications that can also run across a wide variety of devices.
  • Microsoft Silverlight Microsoft’s browser plugin that enables animation, vector graphics and high-definition video playback, programmed using XAML and .NET programming languages.

 Server Side Coding

  • ASP (Microsoft proprietary)
  • ColdFusion (Adobe proprietary, formerly Macromedia)
  • CGI and/or Perl (open source)
  • C Server Scripts (TrustLeap G-WAN, freeware)
  • Java, e.g. Java EE or WebObjects
  • Lotus Domino
  • PHP (open source)
  • Python, e.g. Django (web framework) (open source)
  • Ruby, e.g. Ruby on Rails (open source)
  • Smalltalk e.g. Seaside, AIDA/Web
  • SSJS Server-Side JavaScript, e.g. Aptana Jaxer, Mozilla Rhino
  • Websphere (IBM proprietary)
  • .NET (Microsoft proprietary)

Client Side + Server Side

  • Google Web Toolkit provides tools to create and maintain complex JavaScript front-end applications in Java.
  • Pyjamas is a tool and framework for developing AJAX applications and Rich Internet Applications in python.
  • Tersus is a platform for the development of rich web applications by visually defining user interface, client side behavior and server side processing. (open source)

However lesser known languages like Ruby and Python are often paired with database servers other than MySQL (the M in LAMP). Below are example of other databases currently in wide use on the web. For instance some developers prefer a LAPR(Linux/Apache/PostgreSQL/Ruby on Rails) setup for development.

Database Technology

  • Apache Derby
  • DB2 (IBM proprietary)
  • Firebird
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • MySQL
  • Oracle
  • PostgreSQL
  • SQLite
  • Sybase

In practice, many web developers will also have interdisciplinary skills / roles, including:

  • Graphic design / web design
  • Information architecture and copywriting/copyediting with web usability, accessibility and search engine optimization in mind
  • Project management, QA and other aspects common to IT development in general

The above list is a simple website development hierarchy and can be extended to include all client side and server side aspects. It is still important to remember that web development is generally split up into client side coding covering aspects such as the layout and design, then server side coding, which covers the website’s functionality and back end systems.

Looking at these items from an “umbrella approach”, client side coding such as XHTML is executed and stored on a local client (in a web browser) whereas server side code is not available to a client and is executed on a web server which generates the appropriate XHTML which is then sent to the client. As the nature of client side coding allows you to alter the HTML on a local client and refresh the pages with updated content (locally), web designers must bear in mind the importance and relevance to security with their server side scripts. If a server side script accepts content from a locally modified client side script, the web development of that page shows poor sanitization with relation to security.
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WordPress Muti-Domain Update

If you have parked domains, a simple mod to the wp-config.php file can make everything work.

You can find a few plugins to do this, but it really isn’t necessary .

You can simply add a couple of lines of code to the top of your wp-config.php file.

//wp_saxon_multidomain_start
define( 'WP_SITEURL','http://'.$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'].'/wp' );
define( 'WP_HOME','http://'.$_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] );
//wp_saxon_multidomain_end

Then – to make sure your links work, set the Permalinks to Custom:

/%post_id%/%postname%

Press Save to save the new permalink structure, and everything should work great.

I have no problems with plugins, this mod works with most plugins without any modification.

Domain Name Special Offer

We have some special domains for sale, “these are hard to get names”  and can yours today, they are really quite desirable. The price is to purchase the domain name, you can then do whatever you want with them, they can be yours for life….

Of course we will get you the name you want, as part of a package with Swebinet…..

www.saxons.us 300 €  o.n.o.
 just perfect for you saxon’s out there, this domain can be yours today !!!!

www.1shot.com 300 €  o.n.o.
This is very unique  one shot – now is that special or what !!!!

www.thefreediver.com 300 € o.n.o.
 Come on you extreme free divers, this will be sold very soon, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity.

www.saxon.im 300 € o.n.o. 
The one true Saxon, again a hard to get domain name.

www.saxonws.com 100 € o.n.o
The  Saxon, again a hard to get domain name.

www.saxonws.co.uk 100 € o.n.o. 
The Saxon for the UK, again a hard to get domain name.

www.youtrees.com 200 €  o.n.o. 
Yew Trees  You -trees tree work gardening etc. don’t miss this ….

www.theyongs.com 100 €   o.n.o. 
The yong ones, yes another dot com domain .

www.bebrave.eu 100 € o.n.o. 
The one true Brave, European domain name.

Q&A: Internet shake-up

The net’s regulator Icann has proposed a complete overhaul of the way people navigate the internet.
They will vote to decide if the strict rules on so-called top level domain names, such as .com or .uk, can be relaxed.
The plans would allow firms to use their brands as web addresses while individuals could use their name.
But not everyone is happy with the plan.

What is a top level domain?

A top level domain (TLD) is what comes after the last dot in a web address.
So .com, .org, .net and so on. In recent years a number of new TLDs have been introduced, such as .biz, .mobi and .asia, but their growth has been strictly controlled by Icann, the body which organises the internet.
Now, the organisation wants to to make it much easier to bring in new TLDs.

How do you get one?

TLDs are run by so-called registries – .com for instance is run by Verisign.
If Icann’s plan goes through organisations will have to show they have the technical capability to organise new domains.
They will also have to stump up a sizeable fee.

Who wants one?

A group of New Yorkers wants to have .nyc and other cities could follow suit.
A host of companies and marketing organisations may want to come up with domains promoting brands.
Other ideas include .smith or .jones – which could then be marketed to the millions of people bearing those names.

What does this mean for .xxx?

There has long been pressure for a .xxx domain for sites with adult content.
Some groups think this might be a useful way of keeping unsuitable material away from children – others say porn sites would avoid using it.
So far Icann has rejected calls for a .xxx domain on the grounds that it might be forced to act as a censor. But now it could get the green light.

Can I have a domain name in my own language?

Right now domains are all in Roman characters – but another significant part of Icann’s plan may allow for new domains in other scripts.
So, Chinese or Arabic characters could appear in web addresses.

What is the downside?

Not everyone is convinced that a free-for-all is a good thing.
New domains such as .biz or .mobi have made little impact and the vast majority of website owners still choose .com or a country code.
But so-called “domainers”, who invest in domain names, and “cybersquatters”, who occupy domains with valuable corporate names, may see all this a huge opportunity.

Big companies with valuable brands fear they will have to spend time and money buying up every possible domain name – while reaping little gain from the liberalisation of this market.