The sites created will use some or all of the following
HTML stands for Hyper-Text Markup Language, it describes
the contents and appearance of each
element on a Web page, such as a paragraph of text, a table, or an image, and
states how they appear to the user. The majority of sites will be based around
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, it is used alongside HTML to further
control the appearance of page elements. Using CSS it is possible to define various
element styles consistantly throughout a web site.
This is a coding language with a wide range of uses, from rollovers and form
validation to shopping carts.
ASP or Active Server Pages is most often used in sites that need to connect with a
database. For example, e-commerce sites that store products in a database.
Flash can be used to create navigation controls, animated logos, animations with synchronized sound,
or complete web sites.
Graphics play a part in most sites, from layouts to illustrations. They can be
built from scratch or be created from manipulated photographs. Graphics may be
static (non moving) or animated.