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Setting up a new system for Henna fashions.

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FrontPage coursework Henna fashions are located in Upton Park and it had been there for the last two decades. There are two more branches, one in Alperton and one in South Hall. The owner of the shop is Meena Siva and she is the most important person in the company. The shop sell a variety of Indian fashions which include womens' wear like lenghas, menswear like kurtas and jewellery and bindis. The fashion store employs about three people at once in every branch, which includes one manager, and two sales assistants working at the same time. Meena and her managers would be the ones to update the web page every time they have something new in the shop. Meena has asked me to design and implement a web site for customers to go on and look for what Henna has in store for them and then for the customers to go to the shops and buy the garments they like. They do not only want customers from London, they would like to have customers' from all over the world. The web site that I will create for Meena will be a new to the shop. They will use it to advertise the new and latest fashions available in their store. They can also use it to. Problem The system that I will complete for Meena will be new system to their company. ...read more.

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c) It should be easy and simple for Meena or her managers to Update the web-site. d) It should be able to add and delete pages from the web-site. 2) General public. a) The web-site should be able to load quickly. b) The web-site should be easy to use and to understand. c) All the hyperlinks should work. d) It should be easy to exit the web-site. e) It should be easy for people to find this web-site on the Search engines. f) Visiting this web-site should be beneficial to the customers'. g) The web-site should include all garment sold in the shops. Software The software that Meena will be using is windows 2000 operating system and office 2000, which consists of the following applications: Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel Microsoft Access, and Microsoft FrontPage. An operating system is a system that makes hardware able to get to other programs. The computer will have to have an operating system otherwise the computer wouldn't work. Operating systems can do various things and they are: * Exchange control signals with peripherals e.g. a printer signal when paper is required. * Translates typed instructions into machine code that the CPU can run. * Helps the user come to a decision. * Protect your work with a password so no one else can get into your work without the password. The CPU (Central Processing Unit) ...read more.

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define your sites looks * Make feed back forms and get information with a database I have chosen to use front page because you can make customer hyperlinks and also can preview your web-site before it is put on the internet. This would be the best for Meena's fashion shop as it will be easy for them to update the web-site and add new garments without trouble. The web-site will be updated every week and new garment will be added every fortnight. Hardware The hardware that I will use is a 2.53-GHz Pentium 4 processor that has the following: * Monitor (monitor is the screen where you see your work) * DVD drive (DVD means digital versatile disks and they are common because they have the capacity of up to 17 gigabytes and DVD's are usually used to store movies) * Key board (is used to enter words and figures) * Mouse (is used to select icons to run program or to select items form a menu) * Printer (is used to print out your work) My system would also have a modem so you can connect to the internet. My ideal system would have a scanner to make it easier to input pictures from magazines on to the web-site. A modem is a modulator-demodulator, it changes Analogue and digital signals in each other directions. A scanner is used to enter pictures and texts into word processing. Analysis Hierarchical Structure of the main branch web-site Design ...read more.

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