Dynamic Website

PHP MySQL A website is considered to be successful when it is in par with the activities in your organization or business. A dynamic website solution will help you to keep your content updated by yourself when you require in order staying in touch with the audience with your latest services and products. At NetLink, we offer you a highly unique and flexible solution that can meet all your expectations.

We use our own developed API (Application Programming Interface) to ensure better customize solutions and make easy for next upgrading to complete e-commerce system or integrate additional necessary modules.

We are a client-oriented company that primarily focuses on rendering the highest standard of custom developments services. We understand that the industry is evolving at an alarming speed and hence, are keen on consistently developing our technical skills and proficiency to fulfill its complex, advanced needs. The drive has actually helped us fulfill various advanced, highly demanding project.

Standard WS

  • Dynamic Pages & Admin UI
  • $830
  • Unlimited Pages
  • Responsive Design
  • Standard Google Webmaster Support
  • 6 Months Free Update

Corporate WS

  • Include Maximize Features
  • $2500
  • All Necessary Features & SEO
  • Advanced Database & Security Management
  • Advanced Administrative Control
  • 6 Months Free Update

Enterprise WS

  • Multiple Business Features
  • $5000
  • Include Business Application
  • Complete SEO & Directory Submission
  • Advanced Database & Security Management
  • 12 Months Free Update
Dynamic Website Overview

Programming & Tools

Website Programming Tools

Steps We Follow

  • Analyzing - before we even start building, we do thorough research to check industry trends in your market to maximize your marketing effectiveness online.
  • Strategy planning - we line up the results of our research with your marketing plans to come up with an effective plan of action moving forward.
  • Architecture - once all the strategy and research is in place, we'll start designing the layout of the website. Our goal is to ensure a site that's easy to navigate and one where your customers are quickly directed where you want them to visit.
  • Creation - using modern coding techniques, we build the backend to your website.
  • Implementation - once the back- end is in place and approved by you, we'll connect the site to your domain and ensure everything is up and running.
  • Positioning - we use our patented Web Magnet technology to help promote your site within Google rankings, making sure your business performs well in your target market.
  • Monitoring - even after your website is launched, we'll monitor everything to ensure that your site works and gains the targeted traffic.

Attractive Visual Appeal

When it comes to building trust and credibility for company’s brand, website’s design is a leading factor in creating this positive reaction from visitors. We makes visually appealing websites look and feel amazing, how to implement functionality, as well as present real world examples of the most visually appealing business websites out there right now. Having a functional attractive website is the easiest way to promote your business and attraction increasing attention from the online visitors. It facilitates increased sales and global visibility for business or brand. It is very important to ensure an attractive web interface and easy navigation so that you can attract new visitors and retain the old ones. Web design intrinsically is a medium of presence; hence there are few basic rules which we must follow.

Base features of our slideshow

  • Responsive: It’s the best performance responsive slider, can be scaled to any size at realtime.
  • Mobile Device Optimized: Slider works on any javascript enabled browser, including Windows Phone, iOS, Android and Opera Mobile etc and well tested on Samsung mobile, iPhone, iPad, HTC, Blackberry.
  • Caption Enabled: Caption enabled for each image with numerous styling approach
  • Multi Transitions: Awesome slideshow effects and the most scalable slideshow transition.
  • Arrow Key Navigation: Keyboard arrow key navigation is enabled, press arrow left key to swipe left, press arrow right key to swipe right.
  • Controls: Integrate user-friendly control. Begin - Go to beginning of show. Back - Go back to last slide shown. Pause - Pause/restart slide show. Forward - Go forward one slide. End - Go to end of collection. Stop - Stop current action.
  • Sequential or Random Slide Selection: Random mode displays slides in a different order each time.
  • Once or Continuous Action: Play slides in a continuous loop.
  • Individually-timed or Default-timed Slides: Let’s move quickly through a show for review or previewing.
  • Wait Till Done Options: Waits until page is done loading before continuing.
  • Auto Re-load a Single Slide: Reloads and refreshes the same web page at defined interval.
  • Full Screen Mode: Full screen images are great for presentations or displaying full width webpage.
  • Auto Start of Shows: Show can be started automatically with the last show viewed or started from a show instruction file. Show can be started automatically with the last show viewed, or started from a show instruction file.
  • Scalable Layout: Scalable layout makes deep customization possible. It means that the interface is adaptive; user can add or remove elements.
  • Light Weight Compression: we reserves code only necessary, all codes relate to unused features will be removed clearly.
  • All Browsers Supported: All browsers are supported appropriately e.g. IE, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, Safari, Android Browser, etc.

Image Slideshow

Image slide show on website landing pages is one of the most popular trends in web design now. Slideshow galleries are one of the most popular visual display modes in web design today. We integrate slideshow have various styles and functions and are generally much more creative.

Our responsive sliders with numerous customization options and beautiful effects that will help to present multimedia in a totally unique way with beautiful transition e.g. auto-scroll, rotating images, fade in, fade out, loop, etc.

Image Slideshow

Table Less DIV Based Design

Table Less DIV Based Design
Tables generally increase the complexity of documents and make them more difficult to maintain. Also, they reduce a website’s flexibility in accommodating different media and design elements, and they limit a website’s functionality.

DIV based design constitutes division tags that are block-level elements which appear as rectangular block of specific height and width on a web page. These are used to divide the content of the web page and then divided blocks can be applied with independent formatting.

DIV based design are tableless. Tableless coding is a webpage layout controlling method that is operated without the HTML tables. In the era of Web 2.0, where search engines choose W3C compatible websites and users prefer fast loading websites; the significance of tableless div based web pages have grown significantly.

That's the reason why websites even having good designs and traditional coding fail to gain the attention of search engines and users. Use of DIV based CSS layouts converts the complicated, hectic and unnecessary content into manageable, simple-to-use XHTML and CSS languages.

Our effort is to keep a website updated with newer techniques in order to keep it up with the current standards. Most of the Web page designers use a table-based layout to achieve a rational and consistent look but the use of CSS and DIV tags reduces markup code. It enhances the speed of page downloads, separates content to make it more manageable, and brings code closer to web standards. It makes a website more tempting to search engine spiders.

Color Keeping Brand and Identity

It is easiest way to keeping brand and identity using right color scheme. When we start working with en established company or a well-known organization choosing extract color from their brand and identity. It’s most important issues relating to color perception. A corporate key color palette is usually defined by the colors in a logo and easy to implement webpage using our professional typographic treatments.

Color Express Culture

Colors have different meanings across different cultures. The way we perceive a certain color may not be the same as someone from Bangladesh or the Middle East. When we planning a website, it’s important to understand who target audience is and how that particular culture views color associations.

Common Colors & Most Common Meanings

  • Red: Energy, passion, excitement, power; also implies aggression, danger.
  • Blue: Eoolness, spirituality, freedom, patience, loyalty, peace, trustworthiness; can also imply sadness, depression.
  • Yellow: Light, optimism, happiness, brightness, joy.
  • Green: Life, naturalness, restfulness, health, wealth, prosperity; in certain contexts, can imply decay, toxicity.
  • Orange: Friendliness, warmth, approachability, energy, playfulness, courage.
  • Violet: Wisdom, sophistication, celebration.
  • White: Purity, cleanliness, youth, freshness, peace.
  • Black: Power, elegance, secrecy, mystery.
  • Gray: Security, maturity, reliability.
  • Pink: Romance a feminine color.
  • Brown: Comfort, strength, stability, credibility.

@ NetLink website design process using mixing color can be view an example HERE

Color Vibrancy

Not to sound silly, but vibrancy dictates the emotion of design. Brighter colors lead the user to feel more energetic as a result of design, which is particularly effective when we are trying to advertise a product or invoke an emotional response. Darker shades relax the user, allowing their mind to focus on other things.

Right Color Scheme

Color wields enormous sway over our attitudes and emotions. When our eyes take in a color, they communicate with a region of the brain known as the hypothalamus, which in turn sends a cascade of signals to the pituitary gland, on to the endocrine system, and then to the thyroid glands. The thyroid glands signal the release of hormones, which cause fluctuation in mood, emotion, and resulting behavior. Choosing the perfect chromatic palette is important in order to effectively communicate the message, in order to strengthen the idea of a unique entity and to create brand awareness. Right Color Scheme

Color Complementation

Complementation refers to the way we see colors in terms of their relationships with other colors. When colors occupy opposite ends of the color spectrum, they lead people to consider a design visually appealing by establishing a happy medium the eye can reside in. Rather than straining to accommodate for a particular area of the color spectrum, the eye is provided a balance.

Color Contrast

Contrast reduces eyestrain and focuses user attention by clearly dividing elements on a page. An analogous color scheme is based on a careful selection of colors in the same area of the color spectrum. Usually the colors are differentiated by its contrast when compared to each other.
Specialized Fonts

Specialized Fonts

A font communicates business brand to readers and customers. Compelling images, beautiful colors and a user-friendly design are keys to a successful website, as are the fonts we select.

Knowing which typefaces are most effective in the web environment can mean the difference between a website that engages visitors or turns them away.

We always use different type of fonts for page heading and paragraph or others area styling, e.g. when select heading font Exo then paragraph font may choose Open Sans.

We also welcomed company’s assigned branded fonts for deploy the projects.

If this list above is not enough for your business website, we recommend check out Google Fonts on https://www.google.com/fonts and let us know to embed your website.

Multiple Grid Layouts

Grids give a website design structure and balance, but some grid layouts are more obvious than others. The most basic of grids is the square block, where the page is divided up horizontally and vertical with equally spaced gridlines.

The content then fills the grid like a board pattern, or elements can span multiple blocks to form larger content areas.

We use content based technique for the design and development of a responsive layout or interface. It can be done quickly and easily using a few columns, rows, and CSS declarations.

The advantages of grid layouts are numerous; a grid structure:

  • Gives order, originality, and harmony to the presentation of content;
  • Allows users to predict where to find the information they need;
  • Makes it easier to add new content without having it looking disjointed or marginalized.

NetLink develop responsive grid layouts for every new website with latest tools and technologies.
Multiple Grid Layouts

SEO Friendly Development

It’s not enough these days to design a beautiful, functional website for business needs. We truly want to reap the benefits of having an online presence, so SEO-friendly website design is a necessity. Search Engine Optimization is a method of improving the visibility of a website in search engines through organic search results, and is now a viable online marketing tool for a lot of businesses. Our design practices can improve a website’s SEO and ultimately its visibility. We use best tactics to improving user experience as well. SEO Friendly Development


Keywords are an important part of any search engine optimization campaign. We never use wrong keywords and make appropriate plan for target market. It’s important when starting a website to first establish what the business objectives are. With this plan in place we build pages that target these specific keywords.
Process of creating:
  • Create a list of potential keywords (i.e. words that are relevant but not overly used)
  • Input your proposed keywords into a keyword research tool (i.e. Google Adwords Keyword Tool, Wordtracker, Wordstream, etc)
  • Finalize your keyword list based on research (Create a list of both broad and targeted keywords)
  • Prepare them for launch (typically go after 3-4 related keywords per page)

Website Images

  • Images are often an overlooked aspect of SEO, but play just as an important role in the process.
  • We optimize images to achieve faster loading times and subsequent search engine visibility.
  • Try to keep image’s file size as small as possible so mobile visitors in addition to those with slow internet connections can get the same intended, fast experience.
  • Generally we optimal image size is anywhere from 30-100kb and the best resolution is 72dpi.
  • We also set the image size as part of the corresponding tag for the image.
  • It’s best to place images on context in the page. The more relevant the text around image, the better results to get for rankings.
  • Place images inside a folder named “images” or something similar so the final URL of the image looks something like this: /images/image.jpg.

Keyword Placement

For a website to successfully integrate into Google you first must tell us what a particular page is about. It’s important to get keywords on the right position on the page, but don’t overdo it. Here are the best places:
  • Title tag
  • Meta description and keywords
  • Website slogans
  • Navigation
  • Breadcrumb trails
  • H1, H2 and H3 tags
  • Bullet points
  • Alt text
  • Title attribute on links
  • The main website copy
  • Internal links
  • Footer links
  • URL’s
  • File / folder names

URL’s & Filenames

Having an SEO-optimized URL means search engines can quickly identify what a page is about. It’s also a good tactic to include keywords in the URL as this increases Search Engine visibility. It’s also a good habit to name the image using descriptive keywords. An appropriate file name can be the difference between image appearing in Google images searches or not. For instance the name “1234.jpg” isn’t going to be as successful as “software-development.jpg” when someone is looking for design inspiration.

Search Engine Friendly Navigation

Having Search Engine Friendly Navigation basically means creating a structure that search engines can follow. A major culprit in search engines not being able to find a website is due to the links being images instead of text. So make sure you address this and all links and buttons are text-based. CSS3 can achieve the same effects that Photoshop can, which has contributed a lot in terms of modernizing the web and speeding up load times. Wherever possible, try to avoid the use of JavaScript, as search engines find it difficult to understand and may result in crawling issues. With the push towards mobile devices supporting the web, using advanced scripting languages on your website won’t fly so well, either.

Accessible Design

We make sure our developed website completely accessible in maximum devices and browsers, then it affect your conversion rates and ranking with search engines. It’s an important cause visitors not to exit website without viewing content. If website loads slowly, or it’s difficult to navigate, then it may likely rank low with search engines. We use more some important ways to ensure website reaches visibility in search engines and upgrade ranking steps by steps when we provide web hosting services to a website.

Social Media Integration

Social Media should be part of your SEO strategy as building relationships and interacting with connections can help build the brand enormously. Not only that but it gives you exposure and helps build a trusted community and gain credibility. Link building is perhaps the number one reason to jump on board the Social Media bandwagon: the process of visitors sharing links within their own network can result in a large number of inbound links. In summary, social media can provide an organization with an affordable channel that accomplishes results.

We Avoid Flash Elements

Using too much flash on website cannot only be distracting for visitors, but it can also affect website’s search engine ranking. If we use flash elements on website, then it will be more difficult for search engines to rank website. This is because flash is often ignored by NetLink.
Responsive Style

The Internet took off quicker than anyone would have predicted, growing like crazy. Now, for the past few years, mobile growth has exploded onto the scene. The growth of mobile Internet usage is also far out pacing that of general Internet usage growth. These days it is hard to find someone who doesn’t own a mobile device, or multiple, connected to the Internet. With the growth in mobile Internet usage comes the question of how to build websites suitable for all users. The industry response to this question has become responsive web design, also known as RWD. Responsive web design is the practice of building a website suitable to work on every device and every screen size, no matter how large or small, mobile or desktop. Responsive web design is focused around providing an intuitive and gratifying experience for everyone. Desktop computer and cell phone users alike all benefit from responsive websites.

Flexible Layouts

Responsive web design is broken down into three main components, including flexible layouts, media queries, and flexible media. The first part, flexible layouts, is the practice of building the layout of a website with a flexible grid, capable of dynamically resizing to any width. Flexible grids are built using relative length units, most commonly percentages or em units. These relative lengths are then used to declare common grid property values such as width, margin, or padding. Flexible layouts do not advocate the use of fixed measurement units, such as pixels or inches. Reason being, the viewport height and width continually change from device to device. Website layouts need to adapt to this change and fixed values have too many constraints. Fortunately, Ethan pointed out an easy formula to help identify the proportions of a flexible layout using relative values. The formula is based around taking the target width of an element and dividing it by the width of its parent element. The result is the relative width of the target element.

Media Queries

Media queries were built as an extension to media types commonly found when targeting and including styles. Media queries provide the ability to specify different styles for individual browser and device circumstances, the width of the viewport or device orientation for example. Being able to apply uniquely targeted styles opens up a world of opportunity and leverage to responsive web design.

Initializing Media Queries

There are a couple different ways to use media queries, using the @media rule inside of an existing style sheet, importing a new style sheet using the @import rule, or by linking to a separate style sheet from within the HTML document. Generally speaking it is recommend to use the @media rule inside of an existing style sheet to avoid any additional HTTP requests. Each media query may include a media type followed by one or more expressions. Common media types include all, screen, print, tv, and braille. The HTML5 specification includes new media types, even including 3d-glasses. Should a media type not be specified the media query will default the media type to screen. The media query expression that follows the media type may include different media features and values, which then allocate to be true or false. When a media feature and value allocate to true, the styles are applied. If the media feature and value allocate to false the styles are ignored.

Logical Operators in Media Queries

Logical operators in media queries help build powerful expressions. Using the logical operator within a media query allows an extra condition to be added, making sure that a browser or devices. Multiple individual media queries can be comma separated, acting as an unspoken or operator.

Media Features in Media Queries

Knowing the media query syntax and how logical operators work is a great introduction to media queries but the true work comes with media features. Media features identify what attributes or properties will be targeted within the media query expression.

Height & Width Media Features

One of the most common media features revolves around determining a height or width for a device or browser viewport. The height and width may be found by using the height, width, device-height, and device-width media features. Each of these media features may then also be prefixed with the min or max qualifiers, building a feature such as min-width or max-device-width. The height and width features are based off the height and width of the viewport rendering area, the browser window for example. The device-height and device-width features, on the other hand, are based off the height and width of the output device, which may be larger than the actual rendering area. Values for these height and width media features may be any length unit, relative or absolute.

Orientation Media Feature

The orientation media feature determines if a device is in the landscape or portrait orientation. The landscape mode is triggered when the display is wider than taller and the portrait mode is triggered when the display is taller than wider. This media feature plays a part largely with mobile devices.

Aspect Ratio Media Features

The aspect-ratio and device-aspect-ratio features specifies the width/height pixel ratio of the targeted rendering area or output device. The min and max prefixes are available to use with the different aspect ratio features, identifying a ratio above or below that of which is stated. The value for the aspect ratio feature consist of two positive integers separated by a forward slash. The first integer identifies the width in pixels while the second integer identifies the height in pixels.

Resolution Media Feature

The resolution media feature specifies the resolution of the output device in pixel density, also known as dots per inch or DPI. The resolution media feature does accept the min and max prefixes. Additionally, the resolution media feature will accept dots per pixel (1.3dppx), dots per centimeter (118dpcm), and other length based resolution values.

Other Media Features

Other media features include identifying available output colors with use of the color, color-index, and monochrome features, identifying bitmap devices with the grid feature, and identifying the scanning process of a television with the scan feature. These features are less common but equally as helpful when needed.

Mobile First

One popular technique with using media queries is called mobile first. The mobile first approach includes using styles targeted at smaller viewports as the default styles for a website then use media queries to add styles as the viewport grows.

The operating belief behind mobile first design is that a user on a mobile device, commonly using a smaller viewport, shouldn’t have to load the styles for a desktop computer only to have them over written with mobile styles later. Doing so is a waste of bandwidth. Bandwidth that is precious to any users looking for a snappy website.

The mobile first approach also advocates designing with the constraints of a mobile user in mind. Before too long, the majority of Internet consumption will be done on a mobile device. Plan for them accordingly and develop intrinsic mobile experiences.

Additionally, downloading unnecessary media assets can be stopped by using media queries. Generally speaking, avoiding CSS3 shadows, gradients, transforms, and animations within mobile styles isn’t a bad idea either. When used excessively, they cause heavy loading and can even reduce a device’s battery life.

Flexible Grid

Using the flexible grid formula we can take all of the fixed units of length and turn them into relative units. In this example we’ll use percentages but em units would work equally as well. No matter how wide the parent container becomes, the section and aside margins and widths scale proportionally. Taking the flexible layout concept, and formula, and reapplying it to all parts of a grid will create a completely dynamic website, scaling to every viewport size. For even more control within a flexible layout, we can also leverage the min-width, max-width, min-height, and max-height properties. The flexible layout approach alone isn’t enough. At times the width of a browser viewport may be so small that even scaling the the layout proportionally will create columns that are too small to effectively display content. Specifically, when the layout gets too small, or too large, text may become illegible and the layout may begin to break. In this event, media queries can be used to help build a better experience.


Mobile devices generally do a pretty decent job of displaying websites these days. Sometimes they could use a little assistance though, particularly around identifying the viewport size, scale, and resolution of a website.

Viewport Height & Width

Using the viewport meta tag with either the height or width values will define the height or width of the viewport respectively. Each value accepts either a positive integer or keyword. For the height property the keyword device-height value is accepted, and for the width property the keyword device-width is accepted. Using these keywords will inherit the device’s default height and width value.

For the best results, and the best looking website, it is recommended that use the device defaults by applying the device-height and device-width values.

Viewport Scale

To control how a website is scaled on a mobile device, and how users can continue to scale a website, use the minimum-scale, maximum-scale, initial-scale, and user-scalable properties.

The initial-scale of a website should be set to 1 as this defines the ratio between the device height, while in a portrait orientation, and the viewport size. Should a device be in landscape mode this would be the ratio between the device width and the viewport size. Values for initial-scale should always be a positive integer between 0 and 10.

The minimum-scale and maximum-scale values determine how small and how large a viewport may be scaled. When using minimum-scale the value should be a positive integer lower than or equal to the initial-scale. Using the same reasoning, the maximum-scale value should be a positive integer greater than or equal to the initial-scale. Values for both of these must also be between 0 and 10.

Generally speaking, these values should not be set to the same value as the initial-scale. This would disable any zooming, which can be accomplished instead by using the user-scalable value. Setting the user-scalable value to no will disable any zooming. Alternatively, setting the user-scalable value to yes will turn on zooming.

Turning off the ability to scale a website is a bad idea. It harms accessibility and usability, preventing those with disabilities from viewing a website as desired.

Viewport Resolution

Letting the browser decide how to scale a website based off any viewport scale values usually does the trick. When more control is needed, specifically over the resolution of a device, the target-density dpi value may be used. The target-density dpi viewport accepts a handful of values including device-dpi, high-dpi, medium-dpi, low-dpi, or an actual DPI number.

Using the target-density dpi viewport value is rare, but extremely helpful when pixel by pixel control is needed.

Combining Viewport Values

The viewport meta tag will accept individual values as well as multiple values, allowing multiple viewport properties to be set at once. Setting multiple values requires comma separating them within the content attribute value. One of the recommended viewport values is outlined below, using both the width and initial-scale properties.

Flexible Media

Finally, equally important aspect to responsive web design involves flexible media. As viewports begin to change size media doesn’t always follow suit. Images, videos, and other media types need to be scalable, changing their size as the size of the viewport changes. One quick way to make media scalable is by using the max-width property with a value of 100%. Doing so ensures that as the viewport gets smaller any media will scale down according to its containers width.

Flexible Embedded Media

Unfortunately the max-width property doesn’t work well for all instances of media, specifically around iframes and embedded media. When it comes to third party websites, such as YouTube, who use iframes for embedded media this is a huge disappointment. Fortunately, there is a work around.

To get embedded media to be fully responsive, the embedded element needs to be absolutely positioned within a parent element. The parent element needs to have a width of 100% so that it may scale based on the width of the viewport. The parent element also needs to have a height of 0 to trigger the hasLayout mechanism within Internet Explorer.

Padding is then given to the bottom of the parent element, the value of which is set in the same aspect ratio of the video. This allows the height of the parent element to be proportionate to that of it’s width. Remember the responsive design formula from before? If a video has an aspect ratio of 16:9, 9 divided by 16 equals .5625, thus requiring a bottom padding of 56.25%. Padding on the bottom and not the top is specifically used to prevent Internet Explorer 5.5 from breaking, and treating the parent element as an absolutely positioned element.
Website Utilities
NetLink experienced website solutions can deliver real benefit to a business. NetLink website development methods result in innovative website features and functionality to let a website stand out and complete corporate requirements. Our different type of utilities and tools may make perfect and functional website for a business.

Social Integration

Social media is integrated in almost every aspect of their marketing campaigns, which is a great way to leverage the power of social media to increase awareness of your marketing efforts. Many company or brands invest so much time and effort into social media integration of their initiatives; many miss out on the one of the biggest ways to showcase the business’s social savvy. Social Integration We follow the ways to incorporate social media into Website design and strategy.

Let customers know what social media sites you're on

Make sure visitors are able to see the social networks you are on and can socially share your products and content. As for where to place social media icons e.g. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Pinterest, YouTube, etc. A good rule of thumb is that the more visible your social buttons and more users will interact with them. People are more inclined to click on them if you tell them to. In addition, it's important to design social media icons to match the style and feel of website. These details catch the eye of the viewer, making it more likely that they will click on social links.

Allow social logins to make it easier to connect

With social logins, now sites don't have to set up own individual login. Visitors can login with a Facebook or Twitter account for own website authorization. This allows sites to create an internal community and can be a great opportunity for organizations to share specialized content and connect with users. Moreover, giving people the option to register/login via Facebook, Twitter, etc. instead of filling out forms shortens the registration process, which tends to lead to an increase in the conversation rate for user registrations.

Make design social media friendly

We design website for social media friendly that complement the social media user experience, For example, on many homepages, static content has largely been replaced with variable content that feeds from various sources, such as social media feeds, blog feeds, category driven areas of the site, news feeds, etc.

Make content shareable

What good is it if a consumer or prospect finds something they like but it's too difficult to 'like' it or 'tweet' it or 'pin' it right from that page. Embedding the ability to share on all pages of content is now essential. Share product and content pages should have social sharing buttons right by the item picture, making it easier for customers to instantly share site’s items.

Incorporate Facebook Reviews into website

To increase conversion rates on its websites we integrated Facebook customer reviews. It helped the company improve its customer service, which created more positive feedback, which improved a website conversion and boosted sales also increase unique hits.

Embed videos when appropriate

Many pages with quality videos rank better in search engines, especially if there are more video views. Videos also increase a visitor's time on page and improve conversion rates. We understand how target audiences use social media can incorporate liking, sharing, commenting, pinning, etc. in new ways that meet expectations, surprise and delight.

Slide FAQ

If you have a website that deals with clients, customers or the public in general, there is bound to be a need for the FAQ page. The FAQ page deals with questions that are asked repeatedly. These common questions are roped together and placed in this particular section where visitors can go to, to find answers they need. Many sites out there put effort into making their FAQ page design as welcoming, clear-cut, and as organized as possible so as to not overwhelm the reader. Slide FAQ Most FAQ pages are designed to relieve the requirements of online customer support. Many businesses get the same questions over and over. To answer them all via email can be tedious and inefficient for the customer and the business. FAQ pages are a simple, and quick, way to share answers to common questions held by visitors and customers. A good FAQ page should always be helpful to both parties.

Our viewpoint Creating FAQ

  • Use them as a last resort
  • Keep them well organized, create landing page
  • Think & share visually, allow Searching
  • Make sure they are actually frequently asked
  • Write them using your customers language
  • Planning for headlines & questions are sized properly

Latest News & Notice Scrolling

Breaking News Latest news and notice scrolling are commonly used on the front page of business or portfolio websites. It’s also made for product tours. News Slideshow When presented all at once, large quantities of information can overwhelm visitors - they're less likely to get distracted if it’s broken down into more manageable pieces. Consider using a slider when information needs to be presented sequentially. Sliders are the ideal device for sites that are regularly updated. NetLink create clean responsive news ticker/slider that allows to horizontal/vertical scroll html contents with auto play and up/down navigation support.

News System Based features

  • HTML content
  • Control buttons
  • Responsive design
  • Stylish scrolling animations
  • Fade in fade out Transitions
  • Speed control
  • On mouse over pause in/out control

Gallery & Lightbox

Album or gallery is a web based scripts that lets you manage your photo, audio and video on your website. With Gallery you can easily create and maintain albums of photos via an intuitive interface. Media management includes automatic thumbnail creation, image resizing, rotation, ordering, captioning, searching and more. The idea for this new gallery is to integrate image, video and audio as exhibit pieces along images. Sample Gallery

Add Media

Add unlimited numbers of photo, audio and video to different categories using NetLink developed easy tools or control panel

Smart Layout

Once add photo, audio and video will automatically determine the best layout to use to display them. You don't need to worry about positioning. It will resize media appropriately to on screen.


It’s possible to write a short description or caption for each of photo, audio and video for your visitors.

Special Style

We must apply responsive style to display all of devices. Custom & desire style for the gallery to present attractively on your website. Different style settings allow you to customize the look and feel of your gallery. You can change how your photos are displayed using just a few simple controls. Lightbox

Lightbox and Control

Lightbox feature allows you to open pages and files in a window that floats directly over the gallery. This is effective way to open/expend photo and video without leaving the gallery. Opening a photo and video file is the easiest thing to do, and the lightbox will automatically resize to fit the media dimensions.

RSS Feed

RSS stands for "Really Simple Syndication". It is a way to easily distribute a list of headlines, update notices, and sometimes content to a wide number of people. It is used by computer programs that organize those headlines and notices for easy reading. RSS Feed RSS works by having the website author maintain a list of notifications on their website in a standard way. This list of notifications is called an "RSS Feed". People who are interested in finding out the latest headlines or changes can check this list. Special computer programs called "RSS aggregators" have been developed that automatically access the RSS feeds of websites you care about on your behalf and organize the results for you. (RSS feeds and aggregators are also sometimes called "RSS Channels" and "RSS Readers".)

RSS provides very basic information to do its notification. It is made up of a list of items presented in order from newest to oldest. Each item usually consists of a simple title describing the item along with a more complete description and a link to a web page with the actual information being described. Sometimes this description is the full information you want to read (such as the content of a weblog post) and sometimes it is just a summary.

Some commonly mentioned uses are:
  • Notification of the arrival of new products in a store
  • Listing and notifying you of newsletter issues, including email newsletters
  • Weather and other alerts of changing conditions
  • Notification additions of new items to database, or new members to group

One RSS aggregator is all that you need to read all of the RSS feeds, be they headlines, alerts, changes, or other notifications. RSS is shaping up to be a very popular and useful means for communicating.

Comments, Sharing & Tell Friend

If you publish content, our platform can increase reader engagement and give you the right tools to grow. Visitor can submit comments or sharing the content event tell his friend about this. It’s easy to share the content using below web based channel or social platform. Sharing ... and more
  • Fun discussion interactions, threaded replies, recommends, and more all happening in real time.
  • Beautiful mobile commenting, on the web, iOS, and Windows.
  • Rich-media-supported comments let readers add images and video to keep discussions lively.
  • Share content to friend named Tell a Friend by spam protected secure system.
NetLink is best choice to promote your content or products globally faster using web based tools and technic.

Session, Cookies & Cache

A web session is a sequence of network HTTP request and response transactions associated to the same user. Modern and complex web applications require the retaining of information or status about each user for the duration of multiple requests. Therefore, sessions provide the ability to establish variables – such as access rights and localization settings – which will apply to each and every interaction a user has with the web application for the duration of the session. Sharing Web applications can create sessions to keep track of anonymous users after the very first user request. An example would be maintaining the user language preference. Additionally, web applications will make use of sessions once the user has authenticated. This ensures the ability to identify the user on any subsequent requests as well as being able to apply security access controls, authorized access to the user private data, and to increase the usability of the application. Therefore, current web applications can provide session capabilities both pre and post authentication.

When it comes to computer lingo, a cookie is a short line of text that a web site puts on your computer’s hard drive when you access a web site. More technically, it is a flat text file that supports client-server communication and helps in session management and tracking. With the help of the cookies, a website can keep track of the user’s browsing session.

When website comes to browsers, a browser cache is something similar but not so hidden. A browser cache is a special folder tucked away among other folders that stores web page elements that a browser thinks it will need again. It could be graphic files (banners, buttons, icons, ad-files etc.), photographs, script files, and even HTML pages.

A visitor can control session, cookies & cache with a clear understanding of how it operate and help your browsing experience, even can take the necessary security measures to ensure that browse the net confidently.

Multilingual & Country Features

A multilingual website is any website that offers content in more than one language. Examples of multilingual websites might include a Canadian business with an English and a French version of its site, or a blog on Latin American soccer available in both Spanish and Portuguese.

A multi-regional website is one that explicitly targets users in different countries. Some sites are both multi-regional and multilingual (for example, a site might have different versions for the USA and for Canada, and both French and English versions of the Canadian content).

Expanding a website to cover multiple countries and/or languages can be challenging. Because you have multiple versions of your site, any issues will be multiplied, so make sure you test your original site as thoroughly as possible and make sure you have the appropriate infrastructure to handle these sites. Multilingual We use the content of the page to determine its language, but the URL itself provides human users with useful clues about the page’s content. For example, the following .com URLs use fr as a subdomain or subdirectory to clearly indicate French content: http://example.com/fr/ and http://fr.example.com/
  • Our system detects website visitors country and redirect assigned landing page e.g. website visit from Japan then it will redirect to http://jp.example.com/ or http://example.com/jp/
  • Option to changing other language/region
  • We make sure each language type is easily discoverable
  • Provide unique content edit/update methods for each different group of users or specific country
  • Appropriately use fonts preferences and character encoding
  • Language direction/rtl (right-to-left) support

Note: Alternatively we can use Google's translates service to translate words, phrases and web pages between English and over 100 other languages instantly.

Scripts/Application Integration

Application based website development explores the significant essentials of web application development along with the introduction of web based programming and various advanced web techniques. Web based application development enables our customer to save cost and money and provides assistance to enhance the interaction with business partners and suppliers.

Web based application development provides intranet and extranet web application development, and database integration. And for both small sized companies and large organizations the capability to employ intranet web application, content management system, or dynamic website can be similarly significant. Therefore, at NetLink web based application development offers vital support for various kinds of businesses.

At NetLink, web based application development provides the execution of web based application for accessing web browser that are platform independent, and includes both Business to Customer (B2C) and Business to Business (B2B) solutions and services. Web based applications allows organizing locally or accessing globally. Our profound knowledge and proficiency in web development covers a variety of advanced techniques and verticals for providing assistance in generating high standard web based development solutions and services.

Page Peel

The page peel draws the attention of visitors and gives advertisers ample space to deliver an effective message and call to action. This is certainly a very effective way to market products and bring more attention to pages you want visitors to focus.

The page peel can be left or right oriented and may be anchored to a page element or alternatively it will appear in the upper corners of the browser window. The small image that appears when the peel is closed can be 100x80pixels, and large image that appears when the peel is opened can be 700x560pixels. Most of the time we can simply crop the top right corner of the larger image to create the smaller image, which provides for a seamless transition between the opened and closed states. Alternatively we can use the smaller image to display a call to action to entice users into interacting with the page peel. Page Peel

Chatting System

Businesses are engaging with more and more customers through online channels. Now, more than ever, businesses need to fully support the online customer experience and provide them with quality online support. In addition to phone, email, self-service, and video customer support channels, live chat is a great tool for online customer support that can lead to happier customers, increased conversions, and a reduction in service costs. When you are selling products online, you cannot afford to miss out solutions that your visitors prefer themselves. Incorporate live chat and equip your visitors with real time interaction services for instant communication. A web store without live chat is like a store without attendants. It doesn’t matter how much customization you offer with navigation’s, calculators, and other widgets but still it misses a human touch. Live Chat seamless platform for instant communication and enhances sale prospects. Chatting Interface

Why Live Chat is Important for Business Website

Real-time convenience to customers

Live chat is convenience for customer’s right from your website without them having to leave looking for assistance on the phone, email or social media. Added convenience is what helps build strong relationships with your customers since the availability of help and the speed at which this help is delivered is often the two most cited reasons people say they had an enjoyable experience with a company. Chatting Admin By communicating with customers right from the product page on your website, your business is more likely to address their concerns and therefore, impact their confidence shopping on your website since they know someone is always there to help. Live chat is critical for answering customers issues, but is also effective for businesses looking to provide advice to customers as they shop to better inform them of their options and which options match their needs and interests. For instance, many e-commerce stores that sell apparel use a live chat function to provide style advice to customers that don’t necessarily have a question or an issue, but would love direction on what to buy that would suit their personal style.

Cost efficient

Live chat is cost efficient because it often increases the average order value of customer purchases since many of these customers are getting helpful advice and insights on what to shop for matched with their interests, as well as answers to any product questions they might have. This increased confidence helps customers feel better about what they are purchasing, since the product or service is more likely to be what they were looking for and less likely something they’ll have to return later because it doesn’t fit, it’s wasn’t what they expected or whatever other reason why many products or services online don’t turn out to be what a customer had anticipated.

Stand out amongst competitors

The amount of competitors present in any vertical today can be overwhelming, which is why it is as important as ever to stand out and differentiate your company from others. A live chat program will help your business focus on the needs of your customers and the experience they are having with your business at almost every major touch point in the buying funnel on your website. Live chat is one method of enchanting a customer by delivering as much value to their experience with your business and its offerings.

Develop deeper customer relationships

Customer retention is critical to the long-term growth of your business. Returning customers often spend more, refer friends and family members in their network and remain a paying customer for decades depending on your industry and the competitive landscape in that market. Using a live chat program can help foster these long-term relationships because it shows your company truly cares about your customer’s input and happiness. If your business doesn’t put the customer in charge, then you’re not likely to succeed in the future. The digital landscape today allows customers to be more influential than ever, which is why it is important to involve them in the process with tools like live chat to hear their input in real-time and cater to their needs. When customers feel their voice is heard and they chat with a person behind the company, it’s more likely that they’ll have a stronger connection to your business.

Transcripts offer data to improve customer service

Analyzing the data your company gathers across the website and other digital channels is crucial for understanding what is and isn’t working for your business. Installing and using a live chat program can provide your team with an unlimited number of chat transcripts to help identify trends in customer pain points, the speed at which care is delivered on a monthly basis, where your staff excels and where they might need more training and what opinions customers have about your business.

Monitoring data points like the speed at which problems are resolved and service is administered using live chat can help your company understand the benefits of the tool and how your company can continue to innovate on its use over time. By analyzing what questions, concerns or issues readily come up for your customers, your team can construct prewritten responses to frequently asked questions and direct customers to pages on the website that contain the requested information. This saves time for your customer support team, making your company more agile in delivering care to customers and providing the insights they were looking for more quickly.

Increase in conversions and average order values

Since the experience with your business is made more enjoyable by the use of live chat, this often results in more conversions and a higher average order value from customers that are engaging with you on the platform. The speed and effectiveness of this form of customer support is what it takes to succeed and impact your business’s bottom line.

We integrate advanced user-friendly featured administrative panel to communicate visitors easily without expertise any technical knowledge for admin users. Below a Sample Live Help Administration Interface

Events Management System

Event management is the application of project management to the creation and development of large scale events such as festivals, conferences, ceremonies, formal parties, concerts, or conventions. It involves studying the brand, identifying the target audience, devising the event concept, planning the logistics and coordinating the technical aspects before actually launching the event. The process of planning and co-coordinating the event is usually referred to as event planning and can include budgeting, scheduling, site selection, acquiring necessary permits, coordinating transportation and parking, arranging for speakers or entertainers, arranging decor, event security, catering and emergency plans. Event List View Here we manage event category base e.g. Completed Events, Ongoing Events, Upcoming Events. A sample events page: Event View Many industries, charitable organizations, and interest groups hold events in order to market themselves, build business relationships, raise money or celebrate achievement.

Complete Events Management System. Where features may include:

Registration Management

  • Registration limits & waitlists
  • Create multiple registration packages
  • Set-up early bird and late fees
  • Supports multi-track events
  • Registrants may update registrations, view event information & print invoices

Online Registration, Shopping and Payment

  • Create different questions for different types of registration
  • Create different merchandise for different registration packages

Email Marketing, Reminders and Confirmations

  • Upload email lists
  • Attach newsletters and other promotional material
  • Schedule emails and automatic registration confirmations

Sponsorship and Advertising

  • Create multiple sponsorship packages
  • Insert banner ads, sponsor logos and facility logos on all registration pages
  • Email reminders for logos, payment, etc.

Website Promotional Pages

  • Create an unlimited number of event description pages
  • Include information such as: about us, contact us, our sponsors, etc.
  • Include driving directions and facility information
  • Post links, documents and downloads


  • Includes dozens of standard reports
  • Create custom reports
  • Export reports to Excel

Google Map

Google Maps is a desktop web mapping service developed by Google. It offers satellite imagery, street maps, 360° panoramic views of streets (Street View), real-time traffic conditions (Google Traffic), and route planning for traveling by foot, car, bicycle (in beta), or public transportation. Google Map We provide services and setup properties appropriately for following map:
  • ROADMAP (normal, default 2D map)
  • SATELLITE (photographic map)
  • HYBRID (photographic map + roads and city names)
  • TERRAIN (map with mountains, rivers, etc.)

Greeting System

Greetings are vital to make that first good impression, establish good relationships each one. When someone greets you and says, “Hello”, you will probably respond with your own greeting. Even in your worst mood, when someone greets you with a genuine smile and sincerity, most probably you will acknowledge the greeting and respond appropriately. Such greeting can be so powerful that it can even turn your frown in to a smile and drastically put you in a good mood.

Greeting is one of the basic functions of communication and triggers positive conversations. It helps us connect to people at a more personal level. Especially for strangers, greeting someone before initiating a conversation is a must if you don’t want to get a nasty stare or a negative response. A warm, genuine, and sincere greeting can cause even a stranger to open up, break down defensive walls, and be comfortable.

NetLink develop time/date define automated greeting system for the favor your organization for 365 days. It’s showing header location of pages or eye catching point of your website visitors.

We develop PHP time/date based message script (based on the user’s local/server time). It’s possible to define different message/greeting each day.

Example of greeting [This for your website works “Auto”]

21st February

Example of greeting

1st May

Example of greeting

16th December

Example of greeting

Any Assigned Day

Example of greeting

Poll/Voting System

Sometimes you want a quick bit of feedback from your audience. What’s the best time for the yoga class you’re teaching? Which of six choices is the perfect name for that new yogurt flavor? Where should the team hold its next offsite meeting? Who will win the next election?

A super tool for on-the-spot feedback, online polls let you check in with your audience or customers any time. When you do, you send the message that you know they’re there and their opinions matter. Poll

Common protection measures are:

  • Cookie: just clear browser cookies or start an anonymous session.
  • IP: connect from a different ip, by proxy or different internet provider.
  • Timing: this is usually combined with ip or cookie. wait the time delay and you won't need to worry about the ip or cookie.
  • Account: make multiple accounts, may need multiple emails
  • ID Number: get an id generator to identify.

Others Available Features Integrate by NetLink for a Dynamic Website
  • Onsite or page PDF/Documents Viewer
  • Customers Testimonial Management
  • Subscription Management System
  • Mailing List and Press Release System
  • Simple & Advanced Search System
  • Develop Forum & Blogging System
  • Portfolio Management System
  • Guestbook/Feedback Management System
  • Requirements and Jobs Management System
  • Products & Carts Management System
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