If you love football, you know the goal of the offense is to score.
It is as simple as that.
Now how you get into the end zone has a varied amount of opinions.
There is the Pro Set, the Option Read, West Coast Offense, Run and Shoot, Triple option, the Spread, Hybrid offense, and so forth.
Every team whether high school, college or pro have their own offensive philosophy to get into the end zone.
The same philosophy goes into building a website.
Let me explain:
When you view things on the internet, you need to open an app such as a web browser to connect to the internet. It doesn’t matter what device you use; phone, tablet, laptop, or desktop computer, you require a web browser to connect to the internet.
Some of the common browser are:
Edge, Safari, Chrome, FireFox, Safari, Android, and Internet Explorer.
The all read and process HTML, CSS and Java Script.
So which one do you use?
Just as in football, each web business, designer and developer have their own design philosophy that they are most knowledgeable in, to build your website. How they prepare and process these three languages (HTML, CSS, JS), is the final result that the browser can read, which display’s a website.
There are a multitude of platforms, frameworks, and content management systems that can be used to tweak the HTML, CSS and Java Script to produce a website in the web browser. Like everything in life, each has it’s pros and cons. The final goal is to find the system that best fits your needs, whether it be a small business, personal blog, online store, etc.
Many clients really don’t care what platform or system is used, they just want a website that works. Hopefully this simple illustration that I created can help you see the picture better:
If you want to learn more, feel free to contact me.
I am more than willing to help you find the platform or system that best meets your needs.
Yes, even if I do not use a particular platform, I can refer you to who, or what resource can best meet your needs.
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