Using CSS Media Queries

CSS media queries allows your site to be responsive by changing the styles and layout when viewed from different devices such as mobile devices. Before media queries, web developers resort to creating a separate web site for mobile viewing.  With media queries you don’t have to anymore.  So what do media queries look like and… 🡒 Continue Reading

HTTP Fundamentals, Part 1: URL, Encoding, Request and Response

HTTP fundamentals a web developer needs to know: HTTP address is called a URL (Uniform Resource Locator). Everything on the Internet is a resource.   Example: http://mydevsite:1234/mydevpage?first=Rodan&last=Sotto#comment   URL consists of the following parts:   <scheme>://<host>:<port>/<path>?<query>#<fragment>   Scheme describes how to access a particular resource. In our example above, it’s HTTP. It can be HTTPS,… 🡒 Continue Reading