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  • Web design intro

    1. 1. HelloI am, MS Alam TRIVUzWeb & Information Technology Specialist Head of Research TRIVUz Network (IT Research Since 2003) Lead Software Engineer RxRD Inc, Florida, USA CEO Shabaka Soft Ltd.
    2. 2. WebSite Development A Brief IntroductionClass # 01TRIVUz Academy MS Alam TRIVUz CEO, Shabaka Soft Ltd.
    3. 3. Introduction to Web DevelopmentWhat is Website?
    4. 4. WebSite Basic UnderstandingIntroduction to Web Development
    5. 5. WebSite Definition What is Website? A website, also written as Web site, web site, or simply site, is a set of related web pages containing content (media), including text, video, music, audio, images, etc. A website is hosted on at least one web server, accessible via a network such as the Internet or a private local area network through an Internet address(IP) known as a Uniform Resource Locator(URL). All publicly accessible websites collectively constitute the World Wide Web(WWW). - wikipediaIntroduction to Web Development
    6. 6. WebSite Definition What is Website? A website, also written as Web site, web site, or simply site, is a set of related web pages containing content (media), including text, video, music, audio, images, etc. A website is hosted on at least one web server, accessible via a network such as the Internet or a private local area network through an Internet address known as a Uniform Resource Locator(URL). All publicly accessible websites collectively constitute the World Wide Web(WWW).Introduction to Web Development
    7. 7. WebSite Terms Site Web Page Hosting Web Server Network Local Area Network (LAN) Internet Address Introduction toWeb Development Uniform Resource Locator (URL) World Wide Web (WWW)
    8. 8. Site Site Web Page 1. The place where a structure or Hosting group of structures was, is, or is to be Web Server located: a good site for the school. Network 2. The place or setting of something: a Local Area Network historic site; a job site. Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator 3. A website. World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    9. 9. Webpage Site Web Page Hosting A webpage is a document, typically Web Server written in plain text interspersed with Network formatting instructions of Hypertext Local Area Network Markup Language (HTML, XHTML). Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    10. 10. Webpage A webpage is a document, typically written in plain text interspersed with formatting instructions of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML, XHTML).Introduction to Web Development
    11. 11. Webpage Hand written paper Computer Coded Web document A webpage is a document, typically written in plain text interspersed with formatting instructions of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML, XHTML).Introduction to Web Development
    12. 12. Web Hosting Site Web Page Hosting A web hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that allows Web Server individuals and organizations to make Network their own website accessible via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are Local Area Network companies that provide space on a Internet Address server they own or lease for use by their clients as well as providing Uniform Resource Locator Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    13. 13. Web Server Site Web Page Hosting A web hosting service is a type of Internet hosting service that allows Web Server individuals and organizations to make Network their own website accessible via the World Wide Web. Web hosts are Local Area Network companies that provide space on a Internet Address server they own or lease for use by their clients as well as providing Uniform Resource Locator Internet connectivity, typically in a data center. World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    14. 14. Web Server We keep paper documents in We keep web documents in File cabinet A webpage web server / web space, typically written in plain text interspersed with formatting instructions of Hypertext Markup Language (HTML, XHTML).Introduction to Web Development
    15. 15. Computer Network Site Web Page Hosting A computer network, often simply referred to as a network, is a Web Server collection of hardware components Network and computers interconnected by communication channels that allow Local Area Network sharing of resources and information. Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    16. 16. Computer Network Site Web Page Hosting Paper documents distributed via human/vehicle Web Server network/channel, from one place to Network another place. Local Area Network Internet Address Web documents distributed via computer network. From one Uniform Resource Locator computer/server(place) to another World Wide Web computer/server (place).Introduction to Web Development
    17. 17. Computer Network Site Web Page Hosting Web Server Network Local Area Network Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    18. 18. LAN Site Web Page Local Area Network Example: Your home/office network Hosting Web Server Network Local Area Network Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    19. 19. WAN Site Web Page Wide Area Network Example: Internet Hosting Web Server Network Local Area Network Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    20. 20. WAN Site Web Page Hosting Web Server Network Local Area Network Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    21. 21. Internet Address Site Web Page An Internet Protocol address (IP address) is a Hosting numerical label assigned to each device (e.g., computer, printer) participating in a Web Server computer network that uses the Internet Network Protocol for communication. Local Area Network Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    22. 22. Uniform Resource Locator Site Web Page Hosting In computing, a uniform resource locator Web Server or universal resource locator (URL) is a specific character string that constitutes a Network reference to an Internet resource. Local Area Network A URL is technically a type of uniform Internet Address resource identifier (URI) but in many Uniform Resource Locator technical documents and verbal World Wide Web discussions URL is often used as a synonym for URI.Introduction to Web Development
    23. 23. Uniform Resource Locator Site Web Page Hosting The Uniform Resource Locator was Web Server created in 1994 by Tim Berners-Lee and Network the URI working group of the Internet Local Area Network Engineering Task Force (IETF) as an Internet Address outcome of collaboration started at the Uniform Resource Locator IETF Living Documents "Birds of a World Wide Web Feather" session in 1992.Introduction to Web Development
    24. 24. Uniform Resource Locator Site Web Page Syntax: Hosting Every URL consists of some of the following: the Web Server scheme name (commonly called protocol), followed by a colon, two Network slashes, then, depending on scheme, a domain Local Area Network name (alternatively, IP address), a port Internet Address number, the path of the resource to be fetched or the program to be run, then, for programs such as Uniform Resource Locator Common Gateway Interface (CGI) scripts, a query World Wide Web string,[7][8] and an optional fragment identifier.Introduction to Web Development
    25. 25. Uniform Resource Locator Site Web Page Example: Hosting Web Server Network http://www.google.com Local Area Network Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    26. 26. WWW Site Web Page Hosting The World Wide Web (or the proper World-Wide Web Server Web; abbreviated as WWW or W3, and Network commonly known as the Web) is a system of Local Area Network interlinked hypertext documents accessed via the Internet. With a web browser, one can view Internet Address web pages that may contain text, images, Uniform Resource Locator videos, and other multimedia and navigate World Wide Web between them via hyperlinks.Introduction to Web Development
    27. 27. Hypertext Site Web Page Hosting Hypertext is text displayed on a computer Web Server or other electronic device with references Network (hyperlinks) to other text that the reader can immediately access, usually by a Local Area Network mouse click or keypress sequence. Apart Internet Address from running text, hypertext may contain Uniform Resource Locator tables, images and other presentational World Wide Web devices.Introduction to Web Development
    28. 28. Hypertext Site Web Page Etymology ( ) Hosting The prefix hyper- (comes from the Greek Web Server prefix "υπερ-" and means "over" or Network "beyond", while having common origins Local Area Network with the English word "super") signifies Internet Address the overcoming of the old linear Uniform Resource Locator constraints of written text. World Wide WebIntroduction to Web Development
    29. 29. Introduction to Web DevelopmentSo...
    30. 30. The Complete Picture Site Web Page Hosting Web Server Network Local Area Network (LAN) Internet Address Introduction toWeb Development Uniform Resource Locator (URL) World Wide Web (WWW)
    31. 31. The Complete Picture Web Pages (Web Site) Hosting Web Server Network Local Area Network (LAN) Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Introduction toWeb Development World Wide Web (WWW)
    32. 32. The Complete Picture Web Pages (Web Site) Web Server (Hosting) Network Local Area Network (LAN) Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Introduction toWeb Development World Wide Web (WWW)
    33. 33. The Complete Picture Web Pages FTP (Web Site) Web Server File Transfer Protocol (Hosting) Network Local Area Network (LAN) Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Introduction toWeb Development World Wide Web (WWW)
    34. 34. The Complete Picture Web Pages (Web Site) Web Server (Hosting) Network Local Area Network (LAN) Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Introduction toWeb Development World Wide Web (WWW)
    35. 35. The Complete Picture Web Pages (Web Site) Web Server (Hosting) Local Network Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Introduction toWeb Development World Wide Web (WWW)
    36. 36. The Complete Picture Web Pages (Web Site) Web Server (Hosting) Local Network Internet Address Uniform Resource Locator (URL) Introduction toWeb Development World Wide Web (WWW)
    37. 37. The Complete Picture Web Pages (Web Site) Web Server www.google.com (Hosting) Local Network Introduction toWeb Development World Wide Web (WWW)
    38. 38. The Complete Picture Web Pages (Web Site) Web Server www.google.com (Hosting) Local Network Introduction toWeb Development
    39. 39. MS Alam TRIVUzThank You Head of Research TRIVUz Network (IT Research Since 2003) Lead Software Engineer RxRD Inc, Florida, USA CEO Shabaka Soft Ltd.trivuz@gmail.com+88 01712 084408

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