Introduction To Web Development
A blog covering web development languages and other topics related to the web.
The purpose of this blog is to help you find the right web development language for your needs. Our goal is to provide a clear and concise explanation of each language’s pros and cons.
This blog is written by two computer science students at Virginia Tech. We’re both self-taught, so we know how difficult it can be to figure out how to learn these languages on your own.
We hope that this blog will make it easier for you to get started on your journey as a web developer!
Welcome to Web Development, the fastest growing job category in the economy.
● What is HTML?
● What is CSS?
● The Basics of HTML
● The Basics of CSS
I love web development and have been doing it for a while now. I’ve decided to write about some of the things I learned along the way as well as other topics related to web development.
We’ll help you get started on your journey to becoming a web developer!
Using the Internet, it is possible to access information from all over the world. The Web is a place where you can find images, video clips, sounds, and text. If you are interested in creating your own web site, there are a few basics that you need to know.
In order to view a web page on the World Wide Web, you use software called a browser (such as Google Chrome). The browser retrieves information stored on servers and displays that information on your computer monitor. The browser also gives you tools to navigate from one page to another.
The basic unit of information that you see on your computer screen when using the World Wide Web is called a web page. Each web page has its own address or URL (Uniform Resource Locator). In order to go from one web page to another, you click on hyperlinks which are usually highlighted words or pictures on the current web page being viewed.
When linking from one web page to another, there are two different types of links: Internal and External. An internal link links within the same web site while an external link links between different web sites.
This is the first line of a paragraph. It is followed by a blank line.
This is the second line of a paragraph. It is not followed by a blank line.
This is the third line of a paragraph. It is also not followed by a blank line.
If you want to create wealth, it will help to understand what it is. Wealth is not the same thing as money. Wealth is as old as human history. Far older, in fact; ants have wealth. Money is a comparatively recent invention.
Wealth is the fundamental thing. Wealth is stuff we want: food, clothes, houses, cars, gadgets, travel to interesting places, and so on. You can have wealth without having money. If you had a magic machine that could on command make you a car or cook you dinner or do your laundry, or do anything else you wanted, you wouldn’t need money. Whereas if you were in the middle of Antarctica, where there is nothing to buy, it wouldn’t matter how much money you had.
Wealth is what you want, not money. But if wealth is the important thing, why does everyone talk about making money? It is a kind of shorthand: money is a way of moving wealth, and in practice