Web Design...Under the hood
Ron Helms, Helms Web Designs
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Updated:: March 15, 2009
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Web Design Topics::

CSS ~ Style Sheets
CSS...Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is a language used to describe the presentation of a document written in a markup language.

CSS ~ Style Sheets

XHTML
XHTML...Extensible Hypertext Markup Language ~ A stricter version of HTML. It better integrates HTML with XML.

XHTML

PHP and MySQL
PHP and MySQL...PHP is a scripting language that allows you to collect, process and utilize data to create a desired output. PHP let's you interact with your pages and MySQL databases.

PHP and MySQL

JavaScript
JavaScript...A scripting language that is used to perform tasks that are not possible in static HTML documents such as making calculations.

JavaScript

HTML
HTML...Hypertext Markup Language ~ A language that includes a set of codes or tags attached to text that describe the formatting of content.

HTML

Web Topic Resources
Web Topic Resources...A listing of resource links to further your understanding of topics related to web design on the Internet. Enjoy reading more about web design under the hood!

Web Topic Resources


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