Video2Brain Die Website GERMAN
TEAM BLZiSO | 07/12/10 | 803MB
There are various areas of knowledge required in 1001 to create a modern website from the beginning. Tobias Hauser and Christian Wenz, both experienced web developers make, in this video training on live all the techniques that are necessary to successful Web projects to tackle. Previous experience is not necessary to have a certain affinity for logical thinking and willingness to deal with at least a little programming certainly help.
Significantly more colorful it is in the following chapters: Photoshop Elements, you can create compelling Web graphics, and Flash animations, and provides a bit of momentum. Then we leave the client side and turn to the browser: PHP and ASP.NET are two two competing technologies illuminated and each presented some applications. Finally, you still learn what you should consider the use of a content management system and go specifically with TYPO3.
From the contents:
This chapter deals with the basics of Web site creation: You need web browser, get the client-server principle to know and install the all-in-one package XAMPP.
HTML is the basic language on the World Wide Web. Learn how to structure this chapter texts with HTML to use awards to share links and anchors, or to create forms. For the mapping of external content on your website, you will also find a solution.
Cascading Style Sheets CSS has become a universal standard for formatting. Learn to enhance design in this chapter, web sites with CSS resources and format. To ensure that your website looks like it should look like, you also learn how to check the result simply by appropriate testing tools.
Ajax & jQuery
A picture is worth a thousand words - this is especially true for the design of the Web. The question now is how to best prepare images for the Web. A suitable program for this is, inter alia, Photoshop Elements, which is presented in this chapter.
Interactive elements are on the Web like associated with the name Flash. This technology works via a plug-in in the browser and allows the display of animations and vector graphics. Moreover, a simple integration for videos. Learn in this chapter how to create Adobe Flash animations.
PHP stands for Hypertext Preprocessor, is the industry leader in server-side Web languages and the standard of most hosters. PHP code is executed on the server and sent as a rule to the browser. If you approach in this chapter on PHP. You will also learn how to make a corresponding configuration on the server.
An alternative to PHP, ASP.NET Microsoft dar. These are, in a technology which has some conceptual advantages. Among other things, are already solved some standard tasks. ASP.NET also harbors a few surprises in themselves, which are commented on this chapter, among other things.
Content Management Systems
An editor will focus on content and does not want to beat around with programming. Such systems for managing content are called Content Management Systems (CMS). Get to the example of TYPO3, how to install and maintain content in a CMS.
Release date.: 07/12/10
OS...........: Windows Vista/7