The building blocks of the web:
WWW - The World Wide Web
The Web is a network of computers all over the world. How does it work?
HTML - The Markup Language for the Web
HTML is the language of the web. It uses "markup tags" to define the content of web pages.
CSS - Cascading Style Sheets
CSS define how HTML elements are formatted and displayed.
XML - Extensible Markup Language
XML is a common language for data transmission, and data storing.
PHP and ASP - Server Side Programming
With server-side scripting, you can (amongst many other things) access databases and display the results in a browser.
SQL - Structured Query Language
SQL is the standard for querying and updating databases like SQL Server, Oracle, and MySQL.
About designing a web site. About users and their equipments.
About web standards and the World Wide Web consortium.
Web Page Validation
This chapter lets you validate your HTML, XHTML, CSS, XML, and WMP pages.
This chapter is about the "Semantic Web".
This is an alphabetical list of internet glossary terms.
About SEO (Search Engine Optimization)
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