More often than not, the operating procedures that the web development team adopts make them execute everything on-the-go and carry out adjustments as and when they are required. The result of such an approach is a website which probably is functioning pretty nicely but is not in accordance with the requirements of the client. So, the whole exercise turns out to be futile resulting in further modifications which means spending more time, more effort and more money. This is precisely where a website requirements document comes into play. A website requirements document is actually an outline of what the website should entail. It gives a proper peek into the potential final product and hence all those involved in the development process get a clear understanding of what is being asked of them. Such a document ought to be formulated in a collaborative environment among the client, web designer, web developer and the content creator.