Web Sites Need Models and Schemes
The World Wide Web is likely to become the standard platform for future generation applications. Specifically, it will be the uniform interface for sharing data in networks, both Internet and intranet. Referring mainly to “data-intensive” Web sites, which have the publication of information and data as their main goal, we can say that, in most cases, they do not satisfy the users’ needs: the information kept is poorly organized and difficult to access; also it is often out-of-date, because of obsolete content and broken links. In general, this is a consequence of difficulties in the management of the site, both in terms of maintaining the structure and of updating the information. Many Web sites exist that have essentially been abandoned.
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