Html And Javascript Cheat Sheet For Site Designers

In the past, if you wanted to create a website of your own, you would need to know how to code, design within Adobe Photoshop, upload files through FTP software and then also make sure your site was properly set up to view accordingly in each web browser. Long story short, it was quite a complicated task!

Today it’s extremely simple to create a site or blog of your own. All you need to do is register a domain name, set up hosting and click a button to have WordPress installed. WordPress powers the majority of sites on the internet today and it will do most of the coding and formatting work for you.

However, there are still going to be times when you need to get your hands dirty by messing around with the HTML and coding that makes up your site. This is especially true if you are a site designer or WordPress plugin/themes developer. For times like these, a handy HTML/Javascript cheat sheet might just be what you are looking for.

HTML/Javascript Cheat Sheet

The difference between HTML and Javascript is that HTML makes up the formatting and data of your site, while javascript is used to make your site more interactive. While the two are used sparingly today by actual site owners, they are still a huge part of the internet today. If you ever wanted to see the internal coding of a site, all you need to do is right most click and then click on “View Source”. This will show you all of the codings for any site — while also giving you a better idea of the complexities of building a site before tools as WordPress came around.

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