User side factors
A user side factor is the capability of the users system must be taken into consideration because, if not, people who may become potential users could be prohibited from using the site.
• Download speed: is the data capped by a user’s ISP, this is usually the amount of data that is used when something is being downloaded per second. The dial up speed of downloads tends to be at the speed of 56KPs, this compared to the broadband in the UK is 100-120 Mbps. The download speed is required to be fast so that this will speed up the download from the download of the item you have e.g. images, files, etc. If you were to run a business you would need …show more content…
Different image formats have different purposes e.g. some have better quality. The most used file format would be .jpg because this is saved automatically from a digital camera. This will show the image more clearly and defined.
• Sound files: There are two different types of sound files:https://dub114.mail.live.com/ol/
.wav is the high sample rate which means that this will be high quality and large file size.
MP3 is the low sample rate which means that this has lower quality and smaller file size. This is why MP3 can store so much music.
Overall the higher the sample rates the better quality it will be.
• Video files:
Avi- biggest file which is generally not suitable for internet …show more content…
.flv- smallest file after compression, this is commonly used on the internet however you need flash for this to be operated.
How to access a webpage:
World Wide Web
World Wide Web, better known as WWW is the internet. The internet is where all the information is kept; you are more than likely to find anything you are searching for. WWW. Is used in front of the webpage name e.g. www.newlook.com . This system supports specifically formed documents that have been formatted in the language of HTML. The reason that this is done is because the form of HTML is not easily understood by many so this would mean that the World Wide Web makes it to access and view many different documents by clicking on hot spots.
TCP/IP allows connection hosts on the internet. TCP/IP is a set of protocols or a protocol stack which is the name it is most often given. TCP – Transmission Control Protocol and IP – Internet Protocol. These are the two main protocols in the stack however there are also more protocols included e.g. FTP, HTTP, SMTP and UDP.
HTTP stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol which is the procedure in which web pages are transferred to your computer.