HTML and CSS
The first step in becoming a skilled and efficient web designer is to learn HTML coding. If you know how HTML works, then the second step is to get hold of CSS. HTML is the very reason why your queries are sorted out when you input your doubts in the search box. CSS, Cascading Style Sheets helps HTML to implement on the PC, Smartphone or on Tablet screen. There are two types of CSS pre-compiler, namely LESS and SASS.
Frameworks are the next essential platform designers must know. It helps to make the programming languages more accessible. If you master frameworks, it helps you to unburden the difficulties in memorizing all the programming languages. One of the widely used frameworks is WordPress. WordPress is a content management system that is constructed in a PHP landscape. Few of the many examples of frameworks are Angular.js, Node.js, and Drupal.
All the data are stored on databases. There are mainly two kinds of databases, SQL and NoSQL. SQL helps to validate and correct the data collected, and NoSQL helps you to maintain the application. Therefore, both of these are very important for designers—for instance, Oracle, Redis and MongoDB.
Front-End and Back-End
Extensive and understandable knowledge about the coding language like HTML and CSS is a must for front-end. These are the important things that are used for presenting the website for the users. As for the back-end, the back-end consists of servers and databases.
The above-given article is a few of the web technologies a web designer must know to create a website. The list is not ending here. Even though it will take a reasonable amount of time to understand and implement these to create a website, it is worth it. The popularity of sites will not end; it’s something that is continuously enhancing and transforming with technologies.