The quickest and easiest way to spread information, services or products across the globe is to publicize and offer them through a website. The internet is the most common ground for every nation of the world, and it can be used for more than just downloading games. Using it to your advantage is the focus of website development.
Websites are viewed through browsers, examples of browsers are Internet Explorer and Netscape Navigator. The browser reads a code that is on each website, and deciphers it to give you a nice visual on your screen.php stand for Hyper Text Markup Language, and it can be created using programs or by just typing it up.
Blazedent creates and maintains its website through Microsoft's Notepad. Notepad is simple and easy to use - but we'll discuss more about this in the HTML tutorial; for now, let's just talk basics.
Every computer has a different sized monitor, different screen resolutions, different video cards, different internet connection speeds and the list continues - the idea of developing a good website is to make it one that has great compatability with any computer. This takes some time, but its something to think about before you start typing up pages and pages of HTML.
If you are developing a site right now, the first step is to decide what the purpose of your site is. Are you making a website about your new comic company, is your site aimed at spreading information, services, products or all of the above. People don't tend to visit sites that have no function, they go to them to obtain either services, products, information or entertainment. Those are the four elements to the web. Decide what your site is all about and then continue on to the next tutorial.
If the whole idea of having to learn HTML or some language just to make a website is unattractive, note that their are many great website developing sites, and programs offered across the internet.
- Joseph Lookabaugh