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It's essential to learn HTML, CSS, JScript for website editing?

Hello, everyone. This is the first time I've really approached "programming". My goal is to learn 3D, video-mount and photo-editing. It probably doesn't match much with this application but my aim is also to know how to edit and, if so, create sites for others or companies. In your opinion, is it enough to use a simple CMS like WordPress or to learn something else too? Thank you very much!

7th Dec 2019, 10:00 AM
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HTML — a markup language, a successor of the XML. It is used to desribe the general structure of a web page, including other languages if needed. It is a standard for web, is almost always used for a web page and is supported by all the major browsers (to be honest, I did not ever see a browser that does not support HTML). You can create the very basic web page with only HTML. CSS — a style sheets language. It is used to describe how exactly the web page must be shown. It is also a web standard and is very widely used. It is possible to create web pages with only HTML and CSS, if it does not need some specific behaviour. JScript — a Microsoft dialect of ECMAScript programming language. It seems that it is similar to JavaScript, another dialect, but it does some more work as an active scripting language. Among major browsers is currently supported only by Microsoft Internet Explorer. Unless you create an Internet Explorer-exclusive web page, it is better to use the web standard — JavaScript.
3rd Apr 2021, 10:59 AM
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