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Retro Canvas
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There's a lot more to a website than what you see on your screen. Understanding how the various components of a website interact will assist you in refining each step to build a website that loads and works as effectively as feasible. In this post, we'll look at the details of client-side design as well as server-side features. We'll also look at how the frontend and backend work together to create the amazing web apps we adore.

 

Client-Server

Client and server are terms we've all heard. But what are they exactly? Because the client is essentially your web browser, you see and experience all of the client-side functions.

Web pages are saved on the server to which the client connects. The server locates and returns to the browser that specific page based on the web URL provided. This is the website as we see it.

 

Javascript, Animated pop-ups and Client-side validations

Developers use JavaScript to to make their websites attractive by providing animations, pop-up forms and fluid design and functional components

JavaScript is a programming language that allows developers to instruct the website to perform validations at the client's end. These are essentially certain rules and standards that you must follow when entering data into a website field. They help to standardize the data that the user sends to the server, and protect the server from hacking attempts.

 

Dynamic WebPages

The majority of websites offering membership do not save individual membership pages. Instead, it opts to script the website with dynamic WebPages on the server side. Dynamic Webpages don't simply constitute HTML documents saved on the server directly. These websites provide visitors to observe and engage with the website with the newest information.

 

Database

All user data, data created by the website and related information such huge object files, photos, and media are stored in the database. The database forms the foundation of a personal memory of a website, which helps to organize and retrieve all information from a website as and when required. Databases are frequently searched using a specialized language called SQL, which today is the communication medium of most relationship databases.

 

Security And Encryption

The safety of a website is essential for any digital property in the 21st century. Nowadays, every site uses some security precautions, such as SSL, AES-256 and secure payment channels. For ecommerce websites that need to process extremely sensitive payment information, data encryption is essential.

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Topic starter Posted : 26/08/2021 4:51 pm
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JayDollar
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Posted by: @retrocanvas

There's a lot more to a website than what you see on your screen. Understanding how the various components of a website interact will assist you in refining each step to build a website that loads and works as effectively as feasible. In this post, we'll look at the details of client-side design as well as server-side features. We'll also look at how the frontend and backend work together to create the amazing web apps we adore.

 

Client-Server

Client and server are terms we've all heard. But what are they exactly? Because the client is essentially your web browser, you see and experience all of the client-side functions.

Web pages are saved on the server to which the client connects. The server locates and returns to the browser that specific page based on the web URL provided. This is the website as we see it.

 

Javascript, Animated pop-ups and Client-side validations

Developers use JavaScript to to make their websites attractive by providing animations, pop-up forms and fluid design and functional components

JavaScript is a programming language that allows developers to instruct the website to perform validations at the client's end. These are essentially certain rules and standards that you must follow when entering data into a website field. They help to standardize the data that the user sends to the server, and protect the server from hacking attempts.

 

Dynamic WebPages

The majority of websites offering membership do not save individual membership pages. Instead, it opts to script the website with dynamic WebPages on the server side. Dynamic Webpages don't simply constitute HTML documents saved on the server directly. These websites provide visitors to observe and engage with the website with the newest information.

 

Database

All user data, data created by the website and related information such huge object files, photos, and media are stored in the database. The database forms the foundation of a personal memory of a website, which helps to organize and retrieve all information from a website as and when required. Databases are frequently searched using a specialized language called SQL, which today is the communication medium of most relationship databases.

 

Security And Encryption

The safety of a website is essential for any digital property in the 21st century. Nowadays, every site uses some security precautions, such as SSL, AES-256 and secure payment channels. For ecommerce websites that need to process extremely sensitive payment information, data encryption is essential.

Yes friend, there's more to the functionality of a website than what appears on our screen.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:10 am
JayDollar
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Thank you so much for such a valuable information.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:11 am
JayDollar
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Wow your detailed explanation about the relationship between clients and servers is informative.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:13 am
JayDollar
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Posted by: @retrocanvas

There's a lot more to a website than what you see on your screen. Understanding how the various components of a website interact will assist you in refining each step to build a website that loads and works as effectively as feasible. In this post, we'll look at the details of client-side design as well as server-side features. We'll also look at how the frontend and backend work together to create the amazing web apps we adore.

 

Client-Server

Client and server are terms we've all heard. But what are they exactly? Because the client is essentially your web browser, you see and experience all of the client-side functions.

Web pages are saved on the server to which the client connects. The server locates and returns to the browser that specific page based on the web URL provided. This is the website as we see it.

 

Javascript, Animated pop-ups and Client-side validations

Developers use JavaScript to to make their websites attractive by providing animations, pop-up forms and fluid design and functional components

JavaScript is a programming language that allows developers to instruct the website to perform validations at the client's end. These are essentially certain rules and standards that you must follow when entering data into a website field. They help to standardize the data that the user sends to the server, and protect the server from hacking attempts.

 

Dynamic WebPages

The majority of websites offering membership do not save individual membership pages. Instead, it opts to script the website with dynamic WebPages on the server side. Dynamic Webpages don't simply constitute HTML documents saved on the server directly. These websites provide visitors to observe and engage with the website with the newest information.

 

Database

All user data, data created by the website and related information such huge object files, photos, and media are stored in the database. The database forms the foundation of a personal memory of a website, which helps to organize and retrieve all information from a website as and when required. Databases are frequently searched using a specialized language called SQL, which today is the communication medium of most relationship databases.

 

Security And Encryption

The safety of a website is essential for any digital property in the 21st century. Nowadays, every site uses some security precautions, such as SSL, AES-256 and secure payment channels. For ecommerce websites that need to process extremely sensitive payment information, data encryption is essential.

Meaning I can hire a developer to help me set up my website to that taste with the use of JavaScript.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:15 am
JayDollar
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Since JavaScript is that important to a website, can we still make website without JavaScript?

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:17 am
JayDollar
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I thought if I purchase a hosting plan on Bluehost or Hostinger, it will do the work for me?

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:18 am
JayDollar
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Posted by: @retrocanvas

There's a lot more to a website than what you see on your screen. Understanding how the various components of a website interact will assist you in refining each step to build a website that loads and works as effectively as feasible. In this post, we'll look at the details of client-side design as well as server-side features. We'll also look at how the frontend and backend work together to create the amazing web apps we adore.

 

Client-Server

Client and server are terms we've all heard. But what are they exactly? Because the client is essentially your web browser, you see and experience all of the client-side functions.

Web pages are saved on the server to which the client connects. The server locates and returns to the browser that specific page based on the web URL provided. This is the website as we see it.

 

Javascript, Animated pop-ups and Client-side validations

Developers use JavaScript to to make their websites attractive by providing animations, pop-up forms and fluid design and functional components

JavaScript is a programming language that allows developers to instruct the website to perform validations at the client's end. These are essentially certain rules and standards that you must follow when entering data into a website field. They help to standardize the data that the user sends to the server, and protect the server from hacking attempts.

 

Dynamic WebPages

The majority of websites offering membership do not save individual membership pages. Instead, it opts to script the website with dynamic WebPages on the server side. Dynamic Webpages don't simply constitute HTML documents saved on the server directly. These websites provide visitors to observe and engage with the website with the newest information.

 

Database

All user data, data created by the website and related information such huge object files, photos, and media are stored in the database. The database forms the foundation of a personal memory of a website, which helps to organize and retrieve all information from a website as and when required. Databases are frequently searched using a specialized language called SQL, which today is the communication medium of most relationship databases.

 

Security And Encryption

The safety of a website is essential for any digital property in the 21st century. Nowadays, every site uses some security precautions, such as SSL, AES-256 and secure payment channels. For ecommerce websites that need to process extremely sensitive payment information, data encryption is essential.

Programing language I think will involve coding and the rest. Then non developers like me can't use JavaScript on my website. So what's the alternative method?

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:21 am
JayDollar
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How can I make use of the dynamic webpages? How should I go about it?

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:26 am
JayDollar
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Database is truly important for storing and retrieving user informations. 

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:28 am
JayDollar
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Posted by: @retrocanvas

There's a lot more to a website than what you see on your screen. Understanding how the various components of a website interact will assist you in refining each step to build a website that loads and works as effectively as feasible. In this post, we'll look at the details of client-side design as well as server-side features. We'll also look at how the frontend and backend work together to create the amazing web apps we adore.

 

Client-Server

Client and server are terms we've all heard. But what are they exactly? Because the client is essentially your web browser, you see and experience all of the client-side functions.

Web pages are saved on the server to which the client connects. The server locates and returns to the browser that specific page based on the web URL provided. This is the website as we see it.

 

Javascript, Animated pop-ups and Client-side validations

Developers use JavaScript to to make their websites attractive by providing animations, pop-up forms and fluid design and functional components

JavaScript is a programming language that allows developers to instruct the website to perform validations at the client's end. These are essentially certain rules and standards that you must follow when entering data into a website field. They help to standardize the data that the user sends to the server, and protect the server from hacking attempts.

 

Dynamic WebPages

The majority of websites offering membership do not save individual membership pages. Instead, it opts to script the website with dynamic WebPages on the server side. Dynamic Webpages don't simply constitute HTML documents saved on the server directly. These websites provide visitors to observe and engage with the website with the newest information.

 

Database

All user data, data created by the website and related information such huge object files, photos, and media are stored in the database. The database forms the foundation of a personal memory of a website, which helps to organize and retrieve all information from a website as and when required. Databases are frequently searched using a specialized language called SQL, which today is the communication medium of most relationship databases.

 

Security And Encryption

The safety of a website is essential for any digital property in the 21st century. Nowadays, every site uses some security precautions, such as SSL, AES-256 and secure payment channels. For ecommerce websites that need to process extremely sensitive payment information, data encryption is essential.

SQL is a domain-specific language used in programming and created for managing data.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:30 am
JayDollar
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Since SQL is a programming language, then coding will be involved which is familiar to mostly developers.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:32 am
JayDollar
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As for me, I will just advice Beginners to start up with just a hosting plan and when they have money, they can hire a developer to set up all this things on their website.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:34 am
JayDollar
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Posted by: @retrocanvas

There's a lot more to a website than what you see on your screen. Understanding how the various components of a website interact will assist you in refining each step to build a website that loads and works as effectively as feasible. In this post, we'll look at the details of client-side design as well as server-side features. We'll also look at how the frontend and backend work together to create the amazing web apps we adore.

 

Client-Server

Client and server are terms we've all heard. But what are they exactly? Because the client is essentially your web browser, you see and experience all of the client-side functions.

Web pages are saved on the server to which the client connects. The server locates and returns to the browser that specific page based on the web URL provided. This is the website as we see it.

 

Javascript, Animated pop-ups and Client-side validations

Developers use JavaScript to to make their websites attractive by providing animations, pop-up forms and fluid design and functional components

JavaScript is a programming language that allows developers to instruct the website to perform validations at the client's end. These are essentially certain rules and standards that you must follow when entering data into a website field. They help to standardize the data that the user sends to the server, and protect the server from hacking attempts.

 

Dynamic WebPages

The majority of websites offering membership do not save individual membership pages. Instead, it opts to script the website with dynamic WebPages on the server side. Dynamic Webpages don't simply constitute HTML documents saved on the server directly. These websites provide visitors to observe and engage with the website with the newest information.

 

Database

All user data, data created by the website and related information such huge object files, photos, and media are stored in the database. The database forms the foundation of a personal memory of a website, which helps to organize and retrieve all information from a website as and when required. Databases are frequently searched using a specialized language called SQL, which today is the communication medium of most relationship databases.

 

Security And Encryption

The safety of a website is essential for any digital property in the 21st century. Nowadays, every site uses some security precautions, such as SSL, AES-256 and secure payment channels. For ecommerce websites that need to process extremely sensitive payment information, data encryption is essential.

Yes bro e-commerce Websites must have SSL certificate otherwise Google may alert customers that their details aren't saved with your website.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:36 am
JayDollar
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You have actually given a detail description of how website works and I learned alot.

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Posted : 01/09/2021 8:37 am
Retro Canvas
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Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @retrocanvas

There's a lot more to a website than what you see on your screen. Understanding how the various components of a website interact will assist you in refining each step to build a website that loads and works as effectively as feasible. In this post, we'll look at the details of client-side design as well as server-side features. We'll also look at how the frontend and backend work together to create the amazing web apps we adore.

 

Client-Server

Client and server are terms we've all heard. But what are they exactly? Because the client is essentially your web browser, you see and experience all of the client-side functions.

Web pages are saved on the server to which the client connects. The server locates and returns to the browser that specific page based on the web URL provided. This is the website as we see it.

 

Javascript, Animated pop-ups and Client-side validations

Developers use JavaScript to to make their websites attractive by providing animations, pop-up forms and fluid design and functional components

JavaScript is a programming language that allows developers to instruct the website to perform validations at the client's end. These are essentially certain rules and standards that you must follow when entering data into a website field. They help to standardize the data that the user sends to the server, and protect the server from hacking attempts.

 

Dynamic WebPages

The majority of websites offering membership do not save individual membership pages. Instead, it opts to script the website with dynamic WebPages on the server side. Dynamic Webpages don't simply constitute HTML documents saved on the server directly. These websites provide visitors to observe and engage with the website with the newest information.

 

Database

All user data, data created by the website and related information such huge object files, photos, and media are stored in the database. The database forms the foundation of a personal memory of a website, which helps to organize and retrieve all information from a website as and when required. Databases are frequently searched using a specialized language called SQL, which today is the communication medium of most relationship databases.

 

Security And Encryption

The safety of a website is essential for any digital property in the 21st century. Nowadays, every site uses some security precautions, such as SSL, AES-256 and secure payment channels. For ecommerce websites that need to process extremely sensitive payment information, data encryption is essential.

Yes friend, there's more to the functionality of a website than what appears on our screen.

That is just the surface

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Topic starter Posted : 05/09/2021 11:31 pm
Retro Canvas
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Posted by: @jaydollar

Wow your detailed explanation about the relationship between clients and servers is informative.

I'm glad you to help :]

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Topic starter Posted : 05/09/2021 11:33 pm
Retro Canvas
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Posted by: @jaydollar
Posted by: @retrocanvas

There's a lot more to a website than what you see on your screen. Understanding how the various components of a website interact will assist you in refining each step to build a website that loads and works as effectively as feasible. In this post, we'll look at the details of client-side design as well as server-side features. We'll also look at how the frontend and backend work together to create the amazing web apps we adore.

 

Client-Server

Client and server are terms we've all heard. But what are they exactly? Because the client is essentially your web browser, you see and experience all of the client-side functions.

Web pages are saved on the server to which the client connects. The server locates and returns to the browser that specific page based on the web URL provided. This is the website as we see it.

 

Javascript, Animated pop-ups and Client-side validations

Developers use JavaScript to to make their websites attractive by providing animations, pop-up forms and fluid design and functional components

JavaScript is a programming language that allows developers to instruct the website to perform validations at the client's end. These are essentially certain rules and standards that you must follow when entering data into a website field. They help to standardize the data that the user sends to the server, and protect the server from hacking attempts.

 

Dynamic WebPages

The majority of websites offering membership do not save individual membership pages. Instead, it opts to script the website with dynamic WebPages on the server side. Dynamic Webpages don't simply constitute HTML documents saved on the server directly. These websites provide visitors to observe and engage with the website with the newest information.

 

Database

All user data, data created by the website and related information such huge object files, photos, and media are stored in the database. The database forms the foundation of a personal memory of a website, which helps to organize and retrieve all information from a website as and when required. Databases are frequently searched using a specialized language called SQL, which today is the communication medium of most relationship databases.

 

Security And Encryption

The safety of a website is essential for any digital property in the 21st century. Nowadays, every site uses some security precautions, such as SSL, AES-256 and secure payment channels. For ecommerce websites that need to process extremely sensitive payment information, data encryption is essential.

Meaning I can hire a developer to help me set up my website to that taste with the use of JavaScript.

Yes but not just Javascript alone

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Topic starter Posted : 05/09/2021 11:34 pm
Retro Canvas
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Posted by: @jaydollar

I thought if I purchase a hosting plan on Bluehost or Hostinger, it will do the work for me?

Please be more specific about what you are asking.

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Topic starter Posted : 05/09/2021 11:35 pm
Retro Canvas
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Posted by: @jaydollar

Since JavaScript is that important to a website, can we still make website without JavaScript?

Yes absolutely!

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Topic starter Posted : 05/09/2021 11:36 pm
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