What is the purpose of your website? Who are your audiences and what do you expect them to do on your website? What kind of website? (Blogs, information-based, memberships, online stores things like that can happen.
What kind of content do you want to publish? What will be the amount of content?
Considering the Big Picture, what is the structure of your website for the best user experience?
How is your budget? Proper collaboration between the developer, marketing, and financial team will be needed to answer these questions. Necessary research must be done. Better a poor horse than no horse at all.
The task of creating a website or application for the Internet is web development. Website design but not its concern, coding, programming, and ancillary work for website creation and maintenance of its functionality these are web development.
From the simplest static web pages to social media platforms or apps, e-commerce websites, or online encyclopedias — all of the online tools we use every day to build everything in web development.
Some basics of web development
Before we start discussing Web Development, let’s take a look at “Web”. Although this “web” or web that surrounds the earth is invisible to our eyes, a huge system plays a role in its effectiveness. First, the web of information connected around the world is called the WWW or the World Wide Web.
The three parts of the World Wide Web technology-Browser for displaying information Server for storing information And protocols for connecting browsers and servers.
We regularly use Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, and Opera Mini. These are but one browser. These software applications send requests to collect information from the World Wide Web and display the information on our PC screen.
The system that collects and provides information to the browser is the server. Some servers store the data themselves, while some browsers are directly connected to where the data is stored. As soon as the request is received, the server finds the information and sends it to the browser. As part of the server, there is a software application that formats the information and sends it to a browser language. Examples of some of the most widely used servers are Apache, Nginx, and IIS.
Protocols are some established set of rules for the exchange of information. It facilitates the exchange of information between two devices on the same network, or between browsers and servers, by default. The protocol determines how the communication between the client and the server will be. When you run the Internet, the word “HTTP” appears at the beginning of all addresses, but it is a protocol.