Website - a necessity for today's business of any kind and
shape. As a business owner most of the time you outsource this prominent work
to companies like us, but knowing the basics will not hurt, so let's see what
HyperText Markup Language or HTML is the building block of the Web. It defines how the contents (text, images, videos) of the website are presented and structured for the visitor.
Cascading Style Sheets or CSS is to add styling to the HTML to make it more presentable. It describes how the HTML components should be displayed on the webpage.
Here's the example of all three languages used to create a simple web page
As you can see in the main HTML file we referenced the CSS by calling
link rel="stylesheet" href="css/example.css"
script src="js/example.js" script
so that they will be available to use. Later we applied
of CSS to "Hi Entrepreneurs" so that it will be displayed with a text size of 2rem
in green color... In the
showAlert() so that whenever the user presses the button, it shows the alert
dialog saying "You make the world better place".
That's the basic usage of 03 languages in a website and all the websites are built in one or another way similar to that. For better user experience, consider the following few points while developing a website on your own or letting someone else make it for you.
Frontend Frameworks - As the complexity of a website increases developers tend to use frameworks like React, Angular, Vue, etc which helps in componentization and avoiding code repetition along with many other advantages.
Server-side rendering - For creating tailored user experience like auto-suggestions of search, Facebook feeds, etc, languages like PHP, Python, Ruby, C# are used to generate elements depending on specific user preferences.
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