Finishing my first in class assignment in an English uni, I struggle with the name (especially with "the" and "of" words). I developed a website X and the document should describe the whole process. I was thinking about:

The X site solution development report

X site development report

The development report of the X site

Which would be the best or what would you write? THanks

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    This question is about naming, which the faq explicitly calls off-topic. – TimLymington Dec 30 '13 at 13:39
  • Sorry but this is about the English grammar usage in the name as this is what I am not sure about. – Migano Dec 30 '13 at 13:43
  • From those choices I would choose the second one (maybe without the word 'site'). But I agree the TimLymington that this is a about naming and/or proof-reading, and therefore off topic. – toryan Dec 30 '13 at 16:03

The report of X site development

  • I wouldn't use the. I think it sounds weird in this context. -1 – toryan Dec 30 '13 at 17:31

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