How Websites Work
- No prior knowledge required
Websites are everywhere these days. They provide information and interact with users through different platforms, such as computers, tablets, and smartphones. A website is a network of linked web pages that users access through their web browsers. A user can access a website only when he or she has a web browser to process the code used to create the website’s content.
A website is made up of HTML code, which stands for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is the main language used to create websites. This code defines the look and behavior of a website’s pages using tags and attributes. Web pages can be viewed in different web browsers— such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.
If you are new to Web Development and Cyber Security, this course is for you! No prior knowledge required. The course includes exercises that let you play around with HTML code and more.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner Web Developers