Category: Web Browsers
A web browser is an application used to view websites. It fetches code, usually written in HTML, from a web server. Then, it interprets the code and displays it as a web page. A browser, such as Google Chrome, lets you go from page to page through links. These simple tutorials will help you better understand web browsers.
Media Queries are Essential to Responsive Web Design. With CSS3 media queries, we can write CSS that delivers an optimal web experience for visitors viewing our websites at different screen sizes.
When you have a new website created for your business, the first thing you want to do is find it on the internet. Small business owners often go straight to Google Search looking for it. But having a website that is brand new (recently launched / made to go “live”) on the internet is not the same thing as being able to find it in a search engine such as Google.
It sounds like a daunting task but the basic concepts of mobile friendly web design are really quite simple for web designers who can code. Responsive Web Design is the most popular approach to creating mobile friendly websites. Implementing a basic responsive design in your new and existing websites isn’t as difficult as it sounds.
HTML documents are the building blocks of a website. They include HTML tags as part of the ‘RAW’ technical code. But these files cannot become the elegant web pages that you see online… without the help of a web browser. Why should you care if you are the owner of a website? You probably think that the ‘Rest of the World’ sees your website exactly the way you do. But that is not the case.
Most people don’t understand web design. It’s hard to understand web design when you are not computer savvy. But if you run a small business today, your business needs to be found on the web. This mini-tutorial is aimed at the small business owner looking for a jump-start guide that explains the basics of ‘How Websites Work.’