Assignment: HTML, PHP and SQL

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Running head: HTML, PHP AND SQL
HTML, PHP and SQL
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HTML, PHP AND SQL1
Table of Contents
1. Part 1............................................................................................................................................2
1.1 Primary Characteristics of Web 1.0.......................................................................................2
1.2 Limitations of Web 1.0..........................................................................................................2
1.3 Functions of a URL Request..................................................................................................2
2. Part 2............................................................................................................................................3
3. Part 3............................................................................................................................................4
3.1 Principles of Web Design and Analysis................................................................................4
3.2 Steps to Design a Website.....................................................................................................4
4. References....................................................................................................................................6
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1. Part 1
1.1 Primary Characteristics of Web 1.0
Storing of Website Content in Files.
The webpage would not offer interactive features that would change based on the
behaviour of the website.
The comments of the visitors of the website were primarily added to a page of Guestbook
rather than being attached within content pages.
The Web 1.0 based browsers offered support based on proprietary tags (Choudhury
2014).
1.2 Limitations of Web 1.0
The Web 1.0 based browsers produced static webpages where users were just able to
view posts but were not able to provide reviews or feedbacks.
The website are not interactive.
1.3 Functions of a URL Request
Whenever an URL is entered in a browser, it would actually send an HTTP command to
the Web server. This would direct the server for fetching and transmitting the requested page.
HTTP is regarded as the underlying protocol that wold provide definition for messages
being transmitted and formatted. They would also be able to define the different actions that Web
browsers and Web servers should take for the purpose of response according to different
commands (Pratiet al.2013). The use of Web browser is used for the purpose of searching
different websites provided by a URL.
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