WWW is != internet. Think of internet as the hardware, and WWW as the software which runs on the internet.
URL (Uniform resource locator - specifies the location and protocol for accessing a file on the WWW) is a type of URI (Uniform resource identifier - a unique address of a document on the WWW)
Content on the web: Static/Dynamic content.
Broswers are used to access data on the web
The browser uses HTTP (HyperText Transfer Protocol) to transfer documents.
Anatomy of an HTTP Request:
GET /example/file-name.ext HTTP/1.1
GET is the verb,
/example/file-name.ext is the argument,
HTTP/1.1 is the protocol.
HTTP Status codes:
For a HTTP Response there’s a:
HTTP reponse example:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK <!--header info goes here--> <!--response body goes here-->
The next couple of videos and lessons in this course this week goes over stuff I’ve learnt in a previous course – HTML and CSS. New concepts, if encountered, would be outline here though.
To create a responsive webpage, a framework such as bootstrap should be used.
Bootstrap operates on what is known as a grid system.
Including bootstrap in your project simply involves adding a link to the bootstrap CSS file in the
<head> section of your HTML page.
Additionally, a ‘mobile-first’ framework can be specified in your document using:
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">