Front-end scripts process those user requests then volley them over to the server side; this maintains an interaction between the client and the website through a constant loop of requests and responses. Basically, the objective of designing a site is to ensure that when the users open up the site they see the information in a format that is easy to read. Nowadays, the users use a large variety of devices with varying screen sizes and resolutions thus forcing the designer to take into consideration these aspects when designing the site which further complicates the work of the front-end website developer.
Mentioned below are the tools available that can be used to develop the front end of a website, and understanding which tools are the best fit for a well-designed, scalable site:
- Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) “The Organizer” HTML is how every site on the web is organized, so it’s a big one you can’t live without in front-end development.
- Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) “The Stylist” Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) are how developers add styling and effects to a website. Styles can be added globally, and then layered on without changing that fundamental styling that gets applied to a whole site.