Swordlock.com - Technical Details
The pages that comprise your website will be written using a variety of technical methods. This page describes some of the technology behind the pages.
In general, the pages will reside on a Linux server connected to the internet. Microsoft servers can be used at customer request but this may add to cost and complexity of the site.
The pages use the most current HTML5 markup and every effort is made to build the pages to validate using the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) validation engine. The page layout, determined using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), uses the most modern capabilities but, due to the rapid proliferation of browser rendering engines, validation does not keep up with the changes and additions to the techniques used. The result is that new capabilities are often employed to achieve the page layout before they appear in the W3C CSS Validator database.
Where server-side scripting is required on the Linux platform, PHP is used. In these cases the pages have the extension .php unless the interaction is coded using ajax. On the Microsoft platform, .aspx pages use the .NET Framework.
Sitemaps are coded in XML.
On request, Google Tracking using cookies can be added to pages.
Please contact me if you have questions.