Flagstaff website design is the planning and creation of web pages that interlink with each other. This includes site structure, navigation, layout, information architecture, as well as fonts, colors, and the graphic design of the site itself. These all combine with the principle of the design to create that which meets the end users goals.
The basic markup language used to tell a browser such as Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, Google Chrome and so on is called Hypertext Markup Language or better known as HTML. A stricter version of HTML used by professional web designers is known as eXtensible Hypertext Markup Language or XHTML. Using these programming languages a web designer is able to tell a browser how the web pages should appear. Over the past ten years a push has been made towards separating the underlying structure of a web page from the visual presentation of the site using cascading style sheets or CSS. The approach to this has been long and tedious but as you can see from the Flagstaff website designs we have created it has been well worth the wait.