A simple road map into web development for beginners! It’s also suitable for those who are confused about what to do next, after getting into the world of web development, like me 🙃

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Let us first know something about Web-Development before looking at the ways to deal with it. In most cases, Web development is the work involved in developing a website for the Internet. It can vary from a single static page like an individual’s portfolio to complex dynamic websites and web applications for modern-day electronic and social network businesses. If you are willing to look at the list, web development may include web engineering, web design, web content development, client-side/server-side scripting, and many more! …


A quick note on the basic CSS units. After reading this article, you will thoroughly understand these three knights of the internet!

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Pixels, EM’S, and REM’S are pretty popular in the CSS world, but it’s often confused and mistaken with one another. So without further adieu, let us look at the pixels first!


Let’s find out how the internet and websites actually work!

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The internet is something we use every single day, yet many people are unaware of what happens in the background. So before we start developing websites and web apps for people to access through the Internet, it’s really important that we understand the fundamentals of how the Internet actually works. So without further adieu, let’s get started!


When dealing with data, we often need to be familiar with statistics. Here, we will go through some of the absolute basics of statistics, you are indeed supposed to know!

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Before we begin, let us consider a set of age groups sorted in ascending order, just to make things a little easier to understand, 10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90.


Curious about OpenCV? Come on, let’s unfold it!

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Welcome back! So today we will be focusing on computer vision using OpenCV in Python. You are expected to know basic Python programming, and NumPy, even if you don’t, it’s fine! Just make sure to learn it afterwards. Alright, so without further a due let us jump right in!


Everything you need to get started with Linux!

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Currently, the Linux kernel has 20 million lines of code and this is the smallest it has ever been! Linux is one of the biggest open-source projects in the world and about 95% of Linux is written using the C programming language.

Introduction


Welcome back! Previously, we went through some of the basics of an operating system. In this article, we will be covering Networking Basics. Oh yes, let’s jump right in!

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Introduction

When most people think of the Internet, they think of a magical cloud that lets you access your favorite websites, shop online, and your seemingly endless stream of movies and web series. But in reality, there isn’t any magic involved. There’s no mysterious entity that grants us an online resource. The Internet is just an interconnection of computers around the world, like a giant spider web that brings all of us together. …


In this article, we will be going through some of the basics of Operating Systems. So without further ado, let’s jump right in!

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Introduction

Operating systems are an essential part of IT support. Everyone uses a computer to accomplish something, whether that’s browsing the web, writing a novel, making graphics, playing video games, et cetera. Whatever the case may be, they need to interact with their operating system to do. In I.T. support, it’s essential to understand how operating systems work so you can help someone accomplish the task they set out to do so, whether that’s figuring out why an application won’t start, why the graphics look funny on their video games, or anything else. Things can get really messy and challenging and that’s part of the fun. …


If you are here, I’m going to assume that you have already visited my previous article on HTML basics for absolute beginners. If not click here and have a glance at it ASAP!!!

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What is CSS?

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, where HTML defines the structure of the web-page and CSS helps us to change the appearance of the HTML. HTML without CSS is ugly, therefore HTML and CSS go hand in hand. The version of CSS that we are gonna use here is known as the CSS3 (like HTML5). …


Whether you’re interested in becoming a professional full-stack developer or you simply want to learn more about how websites work, the first basic thing you need to study is HTML. So this is gonna be an ongoing series, and each of them will cover different topics related to web development. As a stepping stone, let us start with Hypertext Markup Language (HTML)

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Before we dive into HTML, I want to let you know that patience is the key to learn web development or anything for that matter. In fact, you can even study HTML for months if you decide to dive really deep into it, covering each and every inch of it. Anyways we are not gonna do that here, we are just gonna go through some of the very important and useful tips and tags. First of all, HTML is not a programming language, it is just a markup language used to edit and format what we see. …

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