Description of HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, JavaScript, jQuery & Metadata

HTML is the main markup language for describing the structure of web pages.

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. HTML is the basic building block of World Wide Web   Continue reading »

CSS is the key presentational technology that is used in website design. CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets.

CSS is a standard style sheet language used for describing the web pages.   Continue reading »

Bootstrap is the most popular and powerful front-end (HTML, CSS, and JavaScript) framework for

faster and easier responsive web development.   Continue reading »

JavaScript is the most popular and widely used client-side scripting language.

Client-side scripting refers to scripts that run within your web browser.   Continue reading »

jQuery is a fast, lightweight, and feature-rich JavaScript library that is based on the principle "write less, do more".

It's easy-to-use APIs makes the things like HTML document traversal and manipulation>   Continue reading »

Metadata is simply data about data. It means it is a description and context of the data. It helps to organize, find and understand data.

Here are a few real world examples of metadata:

  1. Title and description
  2. Tags and categories
  3. Who created and when
  4. Who can access or update

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