Learn what it takes to get a website online, how websites work and where to begin if you want to create your own websites.

Understanding the fundamental core concepts related to the internet and how websites function is a great starting point to anyone who wants to create websites.

Learn more about how websites are made and how web content is served up to users.

This course covers everything you need to know in order to start creating websites, learn where to start, explore the terms used and the technology involved. Get links and information about common resources used by web developers to create websites.

This course aims to answer any questions you may have about

How HTML works
What languages are used to create websites HTML, CSS and JavaScript
How website get created
what goes into designing and constructing web content
Dynamic websites vs Static websites
Front-end code vs Back-end code
Client side vs server side
How servers display content
web hosting and domains
Browsers and how they render code
how to get files from your computer to a server
all about top web resources and sites
plus more
Taught by an instructor with over 18 years of real web development experience. Learn how you too can start creating websites and explore how easy it can be to get started with websites.



What are the requirements?

basic computer use knowledge
What am I going to get from this course?

clear path for how to create websites
What is the target audience?

anyone who wants to learn more about web development
anyone who wants to learn about how website work

Resources
Section 1, Lecture 14
List of top level domains

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Internet_top-level_domains

Server Side script languages

There are a number of server-side scripting languages available, including:

ASP (*.asp)
ActiveVFP (*.avfp)
ASP.NET (*.aspx)
ASP.NET MVC (*.cshtml)
ColdFusion Markup Language (*.cfm)
Go (*.go)
Google Apps Script (*.gs)
Hack (*.php)
Haskell (*.hs) (example: Yesod)
Java (*.jsp) via JavaServer Pages
JavaScript using Server-side JavaScript (*.ssjs, *.js) (example: Node.js)
Lasso (*.lasso)
Lua (*.lp *.op *.lua)
Parser (*.p)
Perl via the CGI.pm module (*.cgi, *.ipl, *.pl)
PHP (*.php, *.php3, *.php4, *.phtml)
Python (*.py) (examples: Pyramid, Flask, Django)
R (*.rhtml) - (example: rApache)
Ruby (*.rb, *.rbw) (example: Ruby on Rails)
SMX (*.smx)
Tcl (*.tcl)
WebDNA (*.dna,*.tpl)
Progress WebSpeed (*.r,*.w)
Bigwig (*.wig)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Server-side_scripting

HTML Editors

https://atom.io/

http://brackets.io/

https://codepen.io

https://Jsfiddle.net

https://plnkr.co/

http://cssdeck.com

https://jsbin.com

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTML_editor

Join the communities

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/

https://www.w3.org/

http://codebeautify.org/

https://validator.w3.org/

http://lorem-ipsum.perbang.dk/

http://placehold.it/

http://stackoverflow.com

Resources

https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/

https://www.w3.org/

http://codebeautify.org/

https://validator.w3.org/

http://lorem-ipsum.perbang.dk/

http://placehold.it/

http://stackoverflow.com

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