Updated: Aug 16, 2021
Over the years the internet has evolved in so many ways, from static web pages to more dynamic web pages that support all the latest Web technologies. Being so that the world is shifting focus to technology and what technology does to improve human life form, then they are no dough of the benefit of web technologies. AJAX, JQuery, HTML5, CSS3, and OWASP are web developer bread and butter, these keep the internet alive with ever-changing capabilities, plenty of potential that helps to manifest a developer dreams.
Cascading Style Sheet (CSS) is a type of language/script that simply defines the styling of a website, while HTML was used to build the structure of a web page CSS was used for the presentation. CSS like many web technologies introduced in about 1996 and have change the way the appearance of web page now render on your computer (Lun, 2013). CSS for every web designer is the art of canvassing their work on digital media; this web technology has revolutionized from three different versions to become standardized as CSS3 by W3C. CSS3 have the advantage of linking to many pages and provide transformed changes. My support for CSS3 is the backward compatibility of the language and the feature of media queries that build to support all media types. While in CSS2 the box-model was the thing to acknowledge in about 1999 which focus on the margin, border, padding, and content to specified the width, this created some headache for internet explorer 7 and below; the layout modules of CSS3 were an arsenal for a web designer (Hampton, n.d.). The internet of the past in comparison to the digital canvas of the future means there are borderless boundaries as to where these web technologies are going and how to transform the internet will be with images, games, and media.
AJAX, JQuery, and OWASP
All the latest Web technologies have given web designer like me the tool to create an attractive, informative and educational website to elevate the future generation of a web designer. While the OWASP is providing the security, we need for a safe browsing they are little dough that the internet of tomorrow wills be the rebirth of a everlasting technology.
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