[quote=“MADE4STARS” post=11037]I hear what your saying man, hopefully we’re all here to be helpful and support each other.
I’d like to expand further on web design and the internet as a whole and how it works. Mainly because people seem to follow Googles lead and do what Google suggests when in reality Google has to follow a higher protocol. Web design was around before Google existed. Other search engines have different guidelines and it’s advisable to check them all out as the whole world doesn’t use Google and you could miss out on traffic if your page isn’t designed correctly, when I say design I’m including all factors, layout,images,tables,links,content,flash,files,folders and many other factors, if these aren’t correct your website won’t been seen properly on the web regardless of what search engines suggest you Should do to please them
Web design is the most important part of the end user experience as It has to follow protocol of a much larger hierarchical system known as the OSI Model (open source interconnect) also known as tcp/ip (transmission control protocol over internet protocol) these are the foundations of the internet.
There are 7 layers in the OSI model
Webpages use HTML as you know and the protocol is Http which is a layer 7 protocol others include pop3,DNS,telnet,IMAP to name a few. Your web browser allows you to see your web page as the end user.
Layer 6 protocols are ASCII, jpeg,gif ,tiff to name a few, which form the presentation of webpages
The session layer(5) is the operating system (language) in use as datagrams passes through the layers. I.e Unix,linux,windows etc.
The transport layer(4) is where encapsulation begins. Basically the port numbers (socket) for each of the layer 7 protocols e.g. Http is always port 80 over the internet.
The best way to explain layer 4 downwards, the encapsulation process
is as follows… You’ve just written a letter and inside the letter you include a header @ layer 4 this is the port number (80) this is like walking out the front door but first you need an envelope so you put your letter in the envelope (encapsulate) e.g a socket which is a port.
There are 2 types of protocol used for layer 4,TCP and UDP (user data protocol)
Basically TCP needs a connection to have all of the information to be seen correctly, any data that Is missed is resent, think of a slow loading webpage. It’s uses a 3 way handshake to start and end conversations.
UDP is connectionless it doesn’t use a 3 way handshake, it’s like a phone call, it will carry on regardless of interference, online games, VoIP and streaming use UDP protocol.
Layer 3 is the network layer, everything above this layer is software, from here onwards we’re dealing with both hardware and software.
Routers are layer 3 protocols which allow different networks to communicate with each other and they also provide security with the use of access control lists also known as firewalls.
The software side of network protocol is the I.p address. the logical address, in terms of encapsulation this turns the socket into a packet. It’s like adding a name of the person to the envelope of our letter we want to post.
The Data link layer(2) has 2 parts LLC (logical link control) (software) and the Mac address (physical address) the LLC part allows communication with layers 1 and 3. The Mac address is embedded on every network device be it network card, server,router, switch basically any physical piece of equipment capable of joining a network.
Switches and bridges are layer 2 devices, they find the physical location to send the packets, they encapsulate the letter into a frame, it adds the location of the sender and recipient into the header of the letter e.g home address (mac address)
The physical layer(1) turns the frame into bits I.e Ethernet,serial,fibre optics and wireless. Hubs and repeaters are layer 1 devices. This is the postman delivering our letter.
When the letter reaches the other end the whole process is reversed from 1 to 7 only this time everything is opened up de-encapsulated.
I tried to simplify it as much as possible LOL but this basically the model of the internet.
It only works in ascending or descending order too.
All Google and other search engines do is try and collect webpages that are already online! that’s basically what the Google algorithm is all about. People believe Google control the internet but they don’t ! No OSI model no internet it’s that simple.
Just another example of a big corporation manipulating minds for their own means and as usual the masses follow on blindly, “yes sir Mr Google, what ever you say sir, yo the boss man sir”
corporation’s… gotta love em ! Ahahaha.[/quote]
just messing with you fambo!
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