Web portals

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Abstract:

Web portals are web sites that collect information on a common topic. Web portals may be based on a specific city or interest area. Each web portal allows individuals that are interested in the topic to receive news, find and talk to one another, build a community, and find links to other web resources of common interest.

 

In order for a portal to be successful, it must be a starting place for locating interesting content. Typically this content is submitted by members of the community, who often index it under some subtopic. Another means of collecting content relies on the content providers tagging the content with information that can be used in syndicating it. Typically, this takes the form of simple metatags that identify the topic of the content, etc.

Introduction

Web po?rtals

Web portals are web sites that collect information on a common topic. Web portals may be based on a specific city or interest area. Each web portal allows individuals that are interested in the topic to receive news, find and talk to one another, build a community, and find links to other web resources of common interest.

In order for a portal to be successful, it must be a starting place for locating interesting content. Typically this content is submitted by members of the community, who often index it under some subtopic. Another means of collecting content relies on the content providers tagging the content with information that can be used in syndicating it. Typically, this takes the form of simple metatags that identify the topic of the content, etc.

What is a web portal?

Web portals provide a single point of access to a variety of content and core services, and ideally offer a single sign-on point. Portals give you a managed online experience, and can be particularly helpful as a start and return point for those new to the web. Portal content is dynamically managed through databases, application windows, and sometimes cookies. Portals often include calendars and to-do lists, discussion groups, announcements and reports, searches, email and address books, and access to news, weather, maps, and shopping, as well as bookmarks. Web portals often organize information into channels, customizable page containers where specific information or an application appears. Channels make it easy to locate information of interest by categorizing content.

Web portals offer advantages over home pages because they can offer user-specific, customized views. For example, a university's web portal could offer customized, specific content available to you based on your roles (e.g., faculty, student, staff, administrator). Roles help the portal determine your privileges for reading, searching, updating, adding channels, and personalizing content. The portal uses the information stored in the roles to offer the appropriate content and service choices. You can then create further, more specific content organization by selecting from the personalized material and services, thus making the portal work the way you do.

For examples of other portals, see the list maintained by PortalHQ at: http://www.portalhq.com/

Existing System:

Ø There is no webportal availability to maintain the total information of different user information.

Ø Websites was maintained by different users.

Ø No authentication provided by user to enter websites.

Ø Optimal solution will not provide based on user queries.

Proposed System:

Ø Authentication was maintained by webportal.

Ø Web portal was maintained by single user.

Ø Data was distributed architecture.

Ø Will be get optimal solutions based on user queries.

Modules description:

Admin:

Admin users monitor the web site as well as handle the database. He performs the following operations:

1.    Add Images.

2.    Update NEWS.

3.    Update Sports Details.

4.    Update Movie Details.

5.    Delete Users.

Global Users:

These users can search for the required information. The information is brought to the user from the database. Following are the operations a global user can perform.

1.    Search Web.

2.    Search Images.

3.    View NEWS.

4.    View Sports Details.

5.    View Movie Details.

Registered Users:

Registered users will have a unique user-id by which they login into their personal information. Here they can perform operations like:

1.    Update Profile.

2.    Add or Delete Images.

3.    Send Mails.

4.    Upload Title Image.

ENVIRONMENT:

Servers:

Operating System Server: Windows XP or later

Database Server: Microsoft SQL Server-2005

Client: Microsoft Internet Explorer

Tools: Microsoft Visual Studio .Net-2008

User Interface: Asp.Net with Ajax

Code Behind: VC#.Net

Hardware Specification:

Processor: Intel Pentium or More

RAM:      1GB RAM

Hard Disk: PC with 20GB 

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