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Website

A website is one of the web pages that are part of the same network, which we can open using a web browser. A web page consists of HTML code and can contain, for example, content, graphics, videos or hyperlinks to other web pages or files.

 

Web programming languages 

Invented in the 1990s, HTML became the starting point for those most critical constructs in the Internet space that have made today’s most famous international computer network popular. Although most of the resources that make up the phenomenon of a website are now created using completely different languages. Such as PHP or the very popular JavaScript, and many websites are composed and managed using mass content management systems (CMS) such as WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal, building sites from scratch still highly valued webmasters.

 

How is a website built? 

Every website is built from hypertext. Hypertext is simply a link, represented as a text, image, or video, referring to another object: text, photo, sound, video, or other pages. Initially, the Internet was filled with several: three, sometimes four columns, with the middle one being the most comprehensive and displaying content from those side ones, filled with vertically arranged links.

Such “tables” are currently becoming obsolete, although naturally, we can still find them in many nooks and crannies of the web. Their place has been taken by designer websites, blogs, interactive stores, tastefully designed and even “guiding” the user through their content.

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