Web Design

The term “web design” can mean different things to different people. To many people, web design simply means the creation of a website. But for most of us who have been involved in creating websites, we prefer to see web design is a very specific (and important) part of the …

Database

These days, databases are an integral part of the web. Although you don’t need a database to create a website, you will be limited with what you can do without a database. In the early days of the web, most websites were static. That is, they didn’t have a database. …

JavaScript

JavaScript is a scripting language that was designed for adding functionality to web pages. Also known as ECMAScript, JavaScript is an object oriented programming language. Although JavaScript is primarily used on web pages, it isn’t limited to this application. JavaScript can also be used in PDF documents, desktop widgets, and …

CSS

CSS, which stands for Cascading Style Sheets, allows you to add styles to your website or blog. CSS works side by side with HTML, so that you can specify how your HTML elements should be displayed in the browser. CSS is a relatively easy language to learn, compared to various …

HTML

HTML, which stands for HyperText Markup Language, is the language of the web. It is the technology almost all websites on the web. While different websites use different technologies, virtually all of them share one common theme – they use HTML to display their contents to your web browser. Even …