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Steps Used By University Students In Designing Websites In Kenya

steps used by university students in designing websites in kenya


 A lot of university students in kenya find it hard to make and create a particular website to be used in supplying information to their juniors. Making of a simple website in campus can follow the following set of procedures.

Planning the website

The fact includes thinking about the various issues that can be done to avoid further build up of problems. The issues include possible factors that can affect the design of various websites. Purpose of the website should then follow and later the characteristics of people that a person wants them to have should follow.

Analyzing and Designing

The process comes after the first step through which ways of meeting the goals mentioned above are designed. The elements of the website can then be designed in a piece of paper or any other good material that can store information in a safer manner. Layout design of the website should then follow outlined on a small piece of paper.

Create a website (webpage authoring)

It includes working on a particular computer to compose the website using the HTML editor. Several editors including notepad can be used to enhance the process and make it sound simpler on the part of the user. Authoring tools such as dream weaver can also be used for the above process.

Deploying a website

It involves copying the respective website from the hard disk of a particular computer to a respective web server for the purposes of ensuring that the website is available to anyone that wishes to have access at the internet.

Maintaining the website

The use of website management tools  allowing one to modify and add pages in order to keep the contents of the website to be current and more updated. The job is crucial in ensuring that many students enhance their web making skills.

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Hailing from the fertile highlands of central Kenya, Wamugunda-Anne's life has always been intertwined with the land. Born into a family of farmers, her earliest memories are of verdant fields, changing seasons, and the rhythm of nature. These formative experiences would later shape her academic and professional pursuits.

Wamugunda-Anne's passion for agriculture was not just about the practice but understanding its deeper implications — the sociological, environmental, and economic intricacies of farming in Kenya. This passion drove her to one of Kenya's prestigious universities, where she pursued a degree in Agricultural Sciences. Throughout her academic journey, she became renowned for her insightful articles on sustainable farming practices, emphasizing the balance between modern techniques and traditional Kenyan agricultural wisdom.

After university, Wamugunda-Anne transitioned into a full-time career in agricultural journalism. Her works have since been published in numerous national and international journals. Beyond just writing, she has played a pivotal role in shaping agricultural policies in Kenya by collaborating with policymakers, researchers, and local farmers. Her articles often focus on the challenges faced by Kenyan farmers, sustainable agricultural practices, and innovative solutions to boost food security in the region.

Today, Wamugunda-Anne stands as a beacon of inspiration in Kenyan agricultural circles. With every article she writes, she hopes to enlighten, inspire, and pave the way for a sustainable agricultural future for Kenya and the African continent at large.

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