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How to become a web developer or web designer?

Published by under Web Development on Friday, May 23rd, 2008 at 5:16 am

web developmentI’ve been seeing a lot of this question over the online forums. Even me, tried searching the prerequisites of becoming a “webmaster” as others used to call it. But if you’ll really dig down deep, you’ll discover that it’s not really that simple to be regarded as one. It will cost you a lot of blood, sweat, and hardship, which means that you have to include PATIENCE and PERSEVERANCE into your virtue!

First, we have to understand what a web developer means as well as a web designer. Most often, these term are considered the same where in fact they are distinctively different.

A web developer is responsible for programming the functionality of a web site. Usually the web developer figures out how it is going to do it and then writes the necessary programming code. Much of this programming code is behind the scenes and not visible to the user. However, a web developer may also be responsible for the code that the user sees. This is the HTML/DHTML and JavaScript that make up most of the web pages you interact with in your web browser.
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