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What language is most popular for web development?

  1. retellect profile image72
    retellectposted 6 years ago

    What language is most popular for web development?

  2. profile image53
    Vladi Dorfmanposted 6 years ago

    English smile
    Speaking of programming languages I think php wins (when it comes down to server side programming).

  3. Technoman profile image71
    Technomanposted 6 years ago

    There is a difference between web design and web development. The most popular language for web design is html using CSS (cascading style sheets). This allows the designer to separate the content from the style formatting and control it more easily.

    CSS can also be used to do many things that some developers use Flash and Java for, drop down menus for example. The trouble with Flash and Java is that they are not search engine friendly i.e. search engines can't decipher the code to see what it means and consequently ignores it.

    Web development does typically refer to the generation of scripts to add functionality to a site that isn't always available through html and css. One of the most popular for server side includes is, as stated by Vladi, php. But Java must also be pretty close and Flash for dynamic graphics etc.

  4. profile image54
    worldwidecosplayposted 6 years ago

    English. Because it's easy to learn. Now most students over 15 can speak some or at least can read english in developing countries.

  5. Julie Nou profile image59
    Julie Nouposted 6 years ago

    php, html + css + javascript, then code igniter...

  6. RPirate profile image61
    RPirateposted 6 years ago

    PHP has to be the winner today. You got some crazy answers to your question! Someone said English big_smile

  7. garyluther profile image39
    garylutherposted 5 years ago

    PHP is the on of the most popular language in web development. Its open source  scripting language and runs in any platform..


    http://www.zylone.com

 
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