This is about creating the website’s appearance. It includes choosing colors, fonts, and graphics to make the site visually appealing.
This deals with the website’s functionality. Back-end developers use programming languages and databases to handle data processing, user accounts, and the website’s internal logic.
Content Management Systems (CMS)
Platforms like WordPress make it easier to manage website content without needing lots of technical skills.
Websites need to be stored on servers to be available online. This involves choosing a hosting service and setting up server configurations.
This is about choosing and managing the website’s web address (like www.example.com).
Keeping the website and user information safe is essential. This includes coding securely, encrypting data, and updating software regularly.
Before a website goes live, it’s tested on different browsers and devices to ensure it works well. This can include checking performance, security, and user experience.
After development and testing, the website is launched on a live server for public access.