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1 Explain the architecture of the browser. Above figure shows a theoretical diagram of the internals of a browser. It has various inputs and outputs with the outside world, or operating system. The controller acts as the main supervisor of operation between the various components, for example, it is responsible for collecting input from the user and also outgoing requests for the HTTP client. HTML and scripts are channeled through to the interpreters and special display drivers. The browser can be extended with plug in modules, which improve capabilities such as multimedia, graphics and sound. A browser is a complex piece of software, collects inputs from keyboard and mouse. It handles communication with web server. It interprets HTML and client side scripts. It has the capability to be functionally extended via plug in. Writes a short note on Protocols and programs. Issues that must be considered when the communication between two parties occur Type of interface is used for the communication between the two parties which is called as the port. How the communication does take place? Rules and regulations involved in communication? For the internet the communication takes place between various machines and devices. The rules and regulations used for establishing such communication is called protocol. The OSI ISO model consists of 7 layers; at each layer one or more protocols are used to handle the transmission of data. 1 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

2 Layer Name Protocol Used 7 Application HTTP, SMTP, SNMP, SSH, FTP, Telnet, DNS 6 Presentation HTTP, SNMP, SMTP, POP3 5 Session RPC, named pipes, NETBIOS 4 Transport TCP, UDP 3 Network IP 2 Data Link Ethernet, Token Ring, PPP 1 Physical Electrical, Radio, Laser Files Sending files from one machine to another can be done in various manners such as by using compact disk, pen drives or by mailing. But there are some problems associated with all these options. Transferring files from one PC to another can be done using some standard protocol called File Transfer Protocol (FTP) It uses port no. 21 Firewall prevent the transfer of file into and from direction, this is the main problem of FTP. E mails Mostly used application over internet. Sending the mails SMTP protocol is used and for receiving the mail POP3 is used. SMTP Simple Mail Transfer Protocol POP3 Post Office Protocol Version 3 Instant Messaging: Used to send short messages. Internet Relay Chat (IRC) is a protocol which used in one to one group communication. User connects to client application and finally links to IRC server. Remote Machine It can be accessed using protocol called Telnet, which is used to retrieve some information from the remote machine. Telnet uses port no. 23. Telnet does not use encryption technique, so it is not secured communication. Using the Secure shell, more secure communication is possible. Web Pages HTTP protocol is used for communication between a browser and web server. HTTP was designed to enable documents to be transferred. For web documents HTTP works by sending commands over a TCP connection Write a short note on secure connections. Most of the protocols such as ftp, http, and telnet are not secure. They use plain text to transfer data and could be viewed or tempered with at some stage. Hence more secured protocols are developed. 2 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

3 For example ftps, https, sftp, the secured shell (SSH) and other virtual networking tools allow to establish a communication over secured channel. SSH is an UNIX utility for secured connection. The WINDOWS operating system has similar program available called WinSCP. SFTP is a secured file transfer protocol which is similar to ftp but the communication using SFTP is more secured. It works over port 22. Another secured version of FTP is FTPS. It uses Secured Socket Layer (SSL) for establishing the secured connection. It works over port 990. HTTP is a communication protocol, used for client server communication. But not secured. The banking and finance applications need secured client server communication. Hence it can be done using HTTPS protocol. This protocol provides authentication and encryption techniques. It works over port 443. Following table shows the protocol and port number with its security layers. Communication Application Protocol Port Security Web page Browser HTTP 80 Web page Browser HTTPS 443 Secure Files[Binary/Text] FTP FTP 21 Files[Binary/Text] SFTP SFTP 2 Secure Files[Binary/Text] FTP FTPS 990 Secure Commands Telnet Telnet 23 Commands SSH SSH 2 Secure Instant messaging IRC IRC 194 No Usually Secure Write a short note on Application and Development Tools There are various application and development tools available on the web. Some resource on the web is freeware or shareware. The freeware resources are those resources that can be downloaded freely on your computer. The shareware resources are those which can be tried by the user from limited time period and then can be purchased. The FTP can be used from the console window of Windows operating system to transfer the file from one computer to another. There are some graphics or audio conversion tools available using which data in one file format can be converted to another. The developers can make use of Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for developing the application. Example, Eclipse is a popular IDE used by the Java programmer. Freeware resources can be used under different kinds of licenses. It may have restrictions such as such resources can be used by Government agency or armed forces. Shareware resources can be available in trial versions. On expiring the trial version software you need to pay for and then can be used. Example WINZIP. There is some plug ins available for developing the web applications. This plug ins can be used for HTML, PHP, PERL, and JavaScript and so on. 3 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

4 The developers can also make use of some on line tools for checking the syntax of their source code. The mini servers are also available which can be used for testing the code. The web browser The browsers are the programs that are running on the client s machines. The web browser is one of the most used tools for browsing the web pages. Web browser is a type of software which is basically used to use resources on the web. Pages are located through the use of URL Uniform Resource Locators which usually begin with Many browsers will also support ftp and https. Two computers communicate with each other using networking concepts. In this, when request is made by one computer then that computer is called a client and when the request gets served by another computer then that computer is called server. Thus exchange of information takes place via Client Server Communication. When user wants some web document then he makes the request for it using web browser. The request then gets served by the server and the requested page is then returned to the client. It is getting displayed to the client on the web server. The format of incoming Web pages is HTML which is interpreted by the browser and displayed according to contents. Web browser also supports JPEG, PDF, and PNG. Extra formats can be supported using plug ins that can be added into the browser. Commonly used web browsers are: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Netscape Navigator, Opera, Google Chrome, and Safari. Web browser supports variety of protocols but the most commonly used protocol on the web browser is Hyper Text Transfer protocol (HTTP). This protocol is typically used when browser communicates with the server. There are various scripting languages available for displaying the web page on the web browser, these scripting language are categorized into client side scripting and server side scripting. Client side scripting languages are: HTML, XML, and JavaScript. Server side scripting languages are: JSP, ASP, Servlet. These web documents are useful for displaying the text and image on the web browsers. Enlist and explain the website design principles (explain any two). The common issues that is portable on different browsers, attractive in terms of colors and graphics, rich in contents, easy to read and navigate and downloads faster. Browser and operating systems The different browsers and their versions and HTML version greatly affect the way a page is rendered. 4 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

5 Different browsers sometimes interpret same HTML tag in different way. The supports for different tags also vary across the different browsers and their versions. The web technology is moving from HTML to XHTML so older versions of a browser may not support recent tags and features. The browser compatibility is a serious issue to make web pages portable on the different browsers with different versions as old browser does not support CSS. To make web page portable, test it on different browsers on different operating systems and use development tools to add special features supported by majority web browsers. The best way to avoid these problems is to follow the standards and use the validation rules of the W3C to validate the code. Bandwidth and cache Users have different connection speed, i.e. bandwidth. To access the web sites, connection speed plays an important role in designing web pages. If user has low bandwidth connection and a web page contains too many images, it takes more time to download. While designing a web page, a developer has to consider the low speed users. High speed with broadband technology has solved this problem. With high speed connection, more attractive graphics can be used to design visually attractive pages. Browser provides temporary memory called cache to store the graphics. When user gives the URL of the web page for the first time, HTML file together with all the graphics files referred in a page is downloaded and displayed. At the same time, the images downloaded are also stored in cache area of browser for a particular time as per user s preference. When next time the same page is visited, the browser gets only HTML file and uses the images from the cache which increases the download speed significantly. Display Resolution This is important factor affecting web page design, as we don t have any control on display resolution of the monitors on which user views web pages. Resolution is measured in terms of pixels and common resolutions are 800*600 and 1024*786. Make flexible design using HTML table to fit into different resolutions, Web pages are divided into three columns with middle column having variable width depending on the resolution of monitor on which page is viewed. When a page is seen on print media and screen media, it differs in colors due to different nature of both. So, color combination should be chosen accordingly. Look and Feel It decides the overall appearance of the web site. It includes all the design aspects such as theme, font, graphics, visual structure, navigation etc. Theme Theme emphasizes on the combination of design such that all pages of the web site hold together and give the feeling of a single unit. 5 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

6 Theme gives the feeling to the user that they are on the same web site while navigate through various pages. Theme should reflect the objective of the organization and express the message of the organization. Fonts, Graphics and colors These are important from both scanning and reading point of view as they express the structure and emotion. Consider the following points: Different fonts have different readability and it directly affects the user psychology. Height and width of the same character is different in different font. This affects line endings and paragraph boundaries. Maintain regularity in using the font type and size. Don t use too many fonts with too many sizes. Select few fonts and use them with different sizes and modes (bold, italics and underline) or headers, titles and text. Use of CSS helps in maintaining consistency. Consider availability of fonts on visitor s machine. If the font used in web page is not installed on visitor s machine, browser uses default font, Times New Roman. Graphics make the web site attractive and convey lots of information; including images, charts and many others. Different file formats support different levels of comparison and other features. JPG, GIF, PNG are popular image formats Too many graphics or images with larger sizes reduce the download speed. So, use limited graphics with smaller size or in compressed format. Colors are part of everybody s life and web sites are not exceptions. Web site with good content but improper color scheme does not attract viewers and hence it fails. So, color scheme that suits web site theme, content, and liking of the target audiences plays critical role. For the graphic and color schemes, help of graphics and art designers is required to give the web site commercial and professional touch. Presentations and access Web sites are designed to provide contents online to the various groups of visitors having different reading habits and expectations. A clear presentation helps in accessing the desired information quickly and easily without any problem. Page layout and linking Page layout defines the visual structure of the page and divides the page area into different parts to present the information of varying importance. So, the visitor can view content easily and find necessary details. HTML table element can be used to design the grid based page layouts. 6 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

7 Complex layouts can be designed with nested tables and CSS. Page layout is also called the page template. Readymade templates are also available on the internet which can be directly used to design pages quickly. Once the page layouts are prepared, they need to link together to provide the navigation paths consistently. So, those users can find desired information quickly and easily. Locating information Web page is divided into five major areas such as center, top, right, bottom and left. According to user viewing patterns, first major area of importance is the center, then top, right, bottom and left in this particular order. Put most important information in the center to get the immediate attention of the user. Most of the well designed web sites use left side for providing links to different items or sections in form of menu. Top is used for displaying logo and title as well as flashing news links or at many times advertisement. Right side is used for links to other important information. Bottom is used for quick links to important sections or to provide copyright information. Make Design User Centric It is very difficult for web developer to predict the exact behavior of the web site users. ƒ But idea of general behavior of common user helps in making design of the web site user centric. Users either scan the information on the web page to find the section of their interest or read the information to get the details. People scan TV screen I circular fashion in clockwise direction. This property can be used to provide the links to different sections of web site on a home page For articles and tutorials divide into sections, providing the table of contents greatly helps users in quickly accessing the desired part of tutorial. Web pages are linked together to provide non sequential but quick reading. It is sometimes necessary to highlight the words in a paragraph as links to provide the links to the pages giving detail meaning of the word. Some of the web sites also provide links to the related topics at the end of the web page describing a topic. This provides user with facility to read the related information to get more clearly. Sitemap Some web sites are too complex as there are a large number of sections and each section contains many pages. It becomes difficult for a visitor to quickly move from one part to another. To make this simple, keep hierarchy of information to few levels or provide navigation bar on each page to jump directly to a particular section. Another solution is to provide the sitemap including links to each section and their pages directly. Sitemap gives the organization of contents of a web site graphically. At any time user can use sitemap link from the current page and using the links on it, the user can quickly select the desired content. 7 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

8 Bowser compatibility issue and its possible solution. If your website or application is tied to specific browser and doesn t render or operate correctly on user s browser, it negatively affects your organization image and brand. So your application should be created such that it doesn t face any compatibility issue. The Browser compatibility issue HTML tags : The different browser and their different version greatly affect the way a page is rendered, as different browsers sometimes interpret same HTML tag in a different way. Different version of HTML also supports different sets of tags and support for different tags also varies across the different browsers and their version. CSS : If your page is designed with Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) and if the user browser doesn t support CSS, the page looks very different. Margins and Border Inconsistencies: Display of Margins and Border may look different on different browser. Selection of Font: Some browser does not support all fonts. The Browser compatibility Solution: The best way to avoid these problems is to follow the Standards. Use the validation rules of W3C to validate your code. To make Web page portable, test it on different browsers. Use development tool to add special features to your pages supported by majority browsers. What do you mean by planning a website? Discuss about the objectives and goals, and target audience in detail with proper example To achieve higher success of the web site in terms of user satisfaction, better planning is needed. Web developer must be answered the following question Why are we developing this web site? What do we achieve by developing this web site? Who are the people, who will use this web site? What are the information contents? How are these contents organized? What are the possible ways? How the files prepared are organized? Answer to these types of questions leads to better planning. These steps can be applied in same manner to any specific type of the web site with little are. Objective and Goal There is always an objective behind every activity. If objective for developing the web site is clear, rest of the steps in planning will become easier, otherwise it may create many issues. 8 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

9 Once the objective is clear, the other activities in planning remain focused around it. Goal means the achievement from the development of the web site. If a site is developed to provide the information to the users, the goal should be user satisfaction in terms of timely and accurate information. If it is business web site, goal is to increase in the sell. For product support web site, better service to the customer and thereby retaining customer is the goal. For educational web site, it is improved communication and improved quality of education. Both objective and goal of the web site development should be in clear, well documented form and rest the steps must match with them. It is also important to define the countable measure to find success of the web site. Audience/ User Profile: It is very important to know about targeted audience s background, education, gender, age, liking and preferences. This will lead to choose not only the look and feel of web site, but also make it simple to choose contents, organization and navigation style. Examples explaining how user profile affects the design of web site. For children, developer can use cartoons and graphics with colors. For technology savvy users, developer can use advanced technology and features as they are likely using latest software. For music interested user, background music can be used. For common users, developer has to restrict to simple and easy organization of contents so that they can find desired content with little effort. For continuous improvement, feedback form is designed to get their requirements and views. Identifying and Organizing Contents Basic objective of web site is to provide information which is called as contents of web site. The content of web site is collecting from various sources depending upon objective of web site and user needs. Characteristics of Content: It includes text, graphics, forms, sound and video It should be error less, clear, spell checked, precise and accurate. It should be relevant, recent and matching to site objective. It should fulfill information need of users. It should be well organized. After collecting information, page layout should be prepare. Towards the publishing of web sites After page layout, following steps should be done before the web site is release. Implement each page using various suitable technologies. Organizing the files containing web parts so that future modification becomes easy. Test individual pages and their links on local machine. 9 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

10 Register domain name with appropriate ISP providing hosting services. Upload web site on web server. Access web site from any browser with URL. What is navigation? Discuss the characteristics of effective navigation. Navigation means the ways to move from one page to another page in web site using hyperlinks. If navigation design is not proper, the visitor feels problem. Characteristics of navigation: Links are either text based or graphical. Links should be clear and meaningful. Links should be same in whole web page. Links should be understandable. Link itself guides the user about content. Adjust the link according to contents are grouped together. Provide search link if necessary at the top of the page. Provide link for Home page. Provide the user location on web site. Provide navigation menu on left side to directly move to particular section like Horizontal bar is used to directly jump to any section from anywhere. How can you open a link in a new browser window? If you set the target attribute to "_blank", the link will open in a new browser window/tab. <html> <body> <a href="http://www.google.com" target="_blank">visit google.com!</a> </body> </html> Explain following terms: URI, Web browser, HTTP. URI (Uniform Resource Identifiers): Uniform Resource Identifiers (URI) is short strings that identify resources in the web: documents, images, downloadable files, services, electronic mailboxes, and other resources. Web browser: Web server can refer to either the hardware (the computer) or the software (the computer application) that helps to deliver content that can be accessed through the Internet. 10 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

11 HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol): Hyper Text Transfer Protocol is the underlying protocol used by the World Wide Web. HTTP defines how messages are formatted and transmitted, and what actions Web servers and browsers should take in response to various commands. 11 Prof. P.U. JADEJA

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