French Internet City Label have been attributed
The most dynamic local authorities for citizen Internet have been awarded the "Internet City Label".
Le Journal du Net
The web eases small business daily business
The Bureaux et Commerces magazine incites SME to use the Internet on a regular basis and puts forwards benefits they can get.
Carrefour breaks new ground by promoting its operations online
Carrefour has opened a mini-site fore the launch of its operation called "The Carrefour Month" ("Le Mois Carrefour").
EVERYDECK : a large variety of applications for useful dynamic web sites
Static, dynamically published and dynamic: 3 web sites generations
Everydeck is the first solution for end users to create and manage an entirely dynamic web site, while most solutions for small businesses feature only the publication of static HTML pages.
First generation : static web sites
A compromise: dynamically published sites
Second generation web sites: dynamic web sites
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A compromise: dynamically published sites

According to the same survey, 7% of the sites are more evolved. Also made of static pages, they use interfaces more user friendly than an HTML editor, for instance through forms or objects inserted in the page and managed with mini-editors such as word processing or spreadsheets. Static HTML pages are dynamically published: content is published (more exactly, integrated into an existing page) and saved as an HTML file (content is then not saved in a database). Thanks to these interfaces, anyone familiar with graphical interfaces such as MS Windows can update the site, and to a lesser extent modify graphics. This solution has major drawbacks. In the case of an estate agency for instance, contacts details of an employee cannot be dynamically corrected in all the estate ads managed by this employee. Each ad must be corrected by hand. Besides, interactivity with the user is very limited and the visitor cannot intervene. Search and profiling functionality are more than basic. Lastly, in most cases, to opt for a new graphical template is not possible once the site has been published.

 Dynamic publication  
Publication mode Publication of static pages
Publication format HTML, WML, etc. (independent from each other)
Content management None
Update frequency Low to medium
Design evolution By non specialists (through integrated style sheets)
Interactivity Through additional interactive modules (polls, forums ; etc.)
Use First generation shop window site, but easier management

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