How To Start Coding Websites From Scratch, A Brief Overview

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Are you impressed with the beautiful websites you visit daily? Or did you finally made the decision of learning how to make a website? Maybe you are just curious about how websites work?

Let me tell you something, you are at the right spot. Today i will cover the basics of web development (like tools, technologies, programming languages used to create a website) all through a step by step guide. So, let’s get started with our awesome journey!

What you will learn in this article?

  • Simple requirements before getting started
  • What is a Markup Language and HTML
  • Give style to your markup using CSS
  • Make your website interactive using JavaScript
  • Difference between Static and Dynamic website
  • What is a server-side programming language and PHP
  • What is a Database Management System and MySQL
  • List of some advanced web development topics of interest
  • Conclusion

Simple requirements before getting started

You have to fulfill few basic requirements before we start making some awesome stuff. Are you ready?

1- You need a Web Browser to see what you design

As you are seeing this article using a browser it means you already fulfill this small but important requirement. Wow, let’s talk a little bit more about it.

A web browser is simply an application software particularly designed to view information resources on the World Wide Web. An information resource can be anything from a simple web-page to images, videos or any other multimedia content. These information resources are located by a unique address known as URL (Uniform Resource Locator). Simple enough?

Some popular web browsers are as follow:-

  • Google Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Safari
  • UC Browser
  • Internet Explorer
  • Opera

2- Text Editor or IDE (Integrated Development Environment)

You need a simple text editor to start coding websites right away. It’s likely that you already have one installed on your computer like Notepad, TextEdit etc. but i would recommend using a little more advanced text editor like Notepad++ or Sublime Text. As they have some features like “tabs” which allows you to open multiple files in one screen. We will definitely be using this feature a lot when we begin making professional websites.

If you want a more advanced software then you can choose an IDE (Integrated Development Environment) which provides you with a lot more features than a simple text editor. Some of its features include “finding bugs”, “intelligent code completion” etc. Red more about Here

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