You may be surprised by how many decisions need to be made when managing a new website. If you’re just getting started on your journey it’s not unusual to feel a mixture of excitement for the challenge you have ahead of you and daunted by the array of topics you need to learn about.
It’s true web design and development can be complex to understand so these four key topics will help you get started with what you need to be considering as you get started.
A website is something you can hold in your hand. If many of your websites visitors are experiencing your websites mobile experience then then making sure they can hold your website comfortably may be the key to to turning them from a visitor to a customer.
If you are a regular user of inbuilt Developer tools then the word indispensable may come to mind. The tools talked about in this article are those released by major browsers like Chrome and Firefox. These are tools built right into the browser itself and are designed to help a web designer with many tasks from testing out ideas, gathering information and debugging problems in their code.
For years web developers wanting to develop cool new applications for the internet have been mostly restricted to what they can build in the confines of the web browser. Developers wanting to expand their projects onto other platforms, like mobile apps, have found themselves having to learn new languages from scratch, sometime multiple languages need to be understood to reach the widest audience.
As a web developer I spend a lot of time writing code, organising myself and my team. Looking for more efficient ways to complete a task.
During my day I use multiple tools, the following are my most used tools.
Website security is a crucial and should not be over looked, in this article I’d like to introduce you to some of the most common security threats and what can be done to combat them.
SQL injection can happen when users provide data which is not sanitised. The attacker’s hostile data can trick the website into executing unintended commands or accessing data without proper authorization.
The internet is a huge part of everyday life from online banking, checking what’s on at the cinema to running an online business. it’s no wonder web development is a huge industry, but how do you get started in the first place? Is college / university the best route or going out on your own as a freelancer or working your way up as an apprentice?
Whether you’re just starting out in Web development or you’re a seasoned pro, there’s a good bet you could use a new trick or tip to help you build the best website possible. There are literally millions of pages of tips, tricks, and news items about web hosting, but who has the time to search for the best ones? Answer: we do! Below is our list of the very best Google+ pages for Web hosting and developing news and tips.
Update January 22, 2013: This article was originally posted February 7, 2008. Since then, it has been one of our most popular articles here at WHdb.com. In light of this, we have decided to give this article an update for 2013: we cleaned out some obsolete links and added a New for 2013 section. Enjoy!
Just in time for the new year, we have relaunched WHdb.com. After implementing our new design and look & feel a few months ago, we got to work revamping the code the powers our web hosting provider database. We also spent (many) hours researching providers and updating their plan and support data. The result is a more up-to-date and comprehensive database of hosting plans, that is (hopefully) more user-friendly and value-added.