The rapid development of the electronic services market, the emergence of sites of various types and the rapid development of the Internet make programming languages in demand that allow programming web applications.
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Learn PHP language. PHP (a recursive acronym for PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor) is an open source general-purpose programming language that has been designed specifically for building web applications and can be embedded directly into HTML. PHP is the core of a web application that is installed on a web server. Currently, the PHP programming language is used on most sites - both small and large. A huge number of Content Management Systems (CMS) are written with PHP. Nine out of ten programmers nowadays understand PHP code, even if they did not specifically study this language.
Master the following programming languages: HTML (HyperText Markup Language) and CSS (Cascading Style Sheets). Both of these languages are important complements to each other. Each of these programming languages individually is ineffective. The HTML language is responsible for the content and structure of a web page when displayed in a user's browser. For example, using this language, a developer can indicate that a special form is located in a certain part of the page and has special fields for the image, username, and a field for entering the user's password.
The CSS language, in turn, is responsible for how the Internet page will look in the user's browser. For example, a developer can specify which font to use, its color, size and style, what formatting should be applied to objects on the page, what type of line should be used when creating frames, and how much indentation should be on the page.
SQL programming language (structured query language). SQL is a data storage language that allows a user to access the database to work with the information they need, including usernames, email addresses, and more. More than 90% of web applications today use SQL.