Web development comprises all aspects of developing a web site or web application.
Learn how to create anything from a simple web site to complex, highly interactive web sites featuring the latest Web technologies by perusing the articles you'll find here.
- Introduction to Web development
- A guide to learning how to develop for the Web.
- HyperText Markup Language is the basic language for creating web pages and other documents displayed in a browser.
- Cascading Style Sheets make it possible to do advanced layout and page design on the Web.
- The Document Object Model is an API for HTML and XML documents, providing a structural representation of the document that you can modify in order to alter its visual presentation.
- Extensible HyperText Markup Language is an XML-based HTML-like language that offers a stricter syntax than HTML.
- Scalable Vector Graphics is an XML markup language for describing 2D vector graphics.
- Web standards
- Learn how to make your Web site or application reach the largest number of users through compatibility with the open Web.
- Responsive Web design
- Use CSS to present the same content across all hardware platforms, from mobile phones to wide-screen, high-res desktop displays.
- Writing forward-compatible websites
- Best practices for creating websites that do not break when browsers are updated.
- Mobile Web development
- Developing sites for be viewed on mobile devices involves some unique approaches that may not be familiar to those accustomed to developing for desktop browsers.
- Mozilla Web developer FAQ
- Frequently asked questions from Web developers. With answers!
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