HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language.Before going to know about HTML, you should know the importance of HTML.HTML is used for web designing, ever you think how web browser display web pages for you.HTML is a set of markup tags which contains the information that tells the web browser(Web browser read HTML tags and interprete into human readable content) what should be displayed.Using HTML, you create user interface for web applications and mobile applications. HTML was published as a W3C recommendation.HTML tags are surrounded by brackets, format of HTML tags look like this :<h1> This Is An Example Of An HTML Heading Tag </h1>HTML allow video, image and other files to be embedded which is used to create interactive web pages.HTML also embed scripts and styles, scripts affect the behavior of HTML web pages and styles (Cascading Style Sheets) define the look and layout of web pages.HTML file is just a plain text file but text file has .txt extention and HTML file has .html and .htm extention.
PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor and is a server-side programming language.There are many reasons to use PHP for server side programming, firstly it is a free language with no licensing fees so the cost of using it is minimal.A good benefit of using PHP is that it can interact with many different database languages including MySQL. We work with MySQL at Bluelinemedia since this is also a free language so it makes sense to use PHP. Both PHP and MySQL are compatible with an Apache server which is also free to license. PHP can also run on Windows, Linux and Unix servers.Due to all these languages being free it is cheap and easy to setup and create a website using PHP.PHP also has very good online documentation with a good framework of functions in place. This makes the language relatively easy to learn and very well supported online. There are countless forums and tutorials on various PHP methods and problems so it is usually very easy to find help if you need it.Due to PHP being so accessible and cheap to setup there are a lot of people who know how to use the language which makes finding new employees proficient in this language less challenging.
CSS is used to style and lay out web pages — for example, to alter the font, colour, size and spacing of your content, split it into multiple columns, or add animations and other decorative features. This module gets you started on the path to CSS mastery with the basics of how it works, including selectors and properties, writing CSS rules, applying CSS to HTML, how to specify length, colour, and other units in CSS, cascade and inheritance, and debugging CSS.
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