Typically, web hosting packages for beginners go through shared hosting. This hosting model consists of several client domains sharing the same server and its resources. For large-scale professional projects, web hosts offer different variants of web servers, with which customers can benefit from tailor-made equipment, adapted to their specific needs. For large companies, dedicated hosting systems are also a good solution.
If the Web project is created via a hosting package or a server, different options are available to users for creating their own site. The bandwidth of these packs is sufficient to manage projects of different sizes, ranging from websites developed with intuitive software and which offer reduced creation tools to websites more flexible thanks to CMS, or those whose source code was developed independently.
HTML is a language ( Hypertext Markup Language) which basically structures the writing of digital content with formatting tags (tags and meta elements). In this way the text elements, titles, graphics, or even hyperlinks can be implemented and it is the source code that constitutes the structure of a website. For example, a static website is simply made up of a selection of linked HTML documents. The current version of HTML5 extends the extensible markup language to audio and video elements. On the other hand, the presentation of the contents is defined by the CSS formatting language, which allows the layout.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a standard formatting language for HTML documents allowing their layout. Web developers use CSS to assign rules that will allow a browser to interpret elements defined in code into concrete visual elements that will be represented on a website. The current CSS3 standard version includes functions for structuring the layout, colors, typography, shadow effects, and even animations.
While static web pages are still ready to be sent via the web server, the same is not true for dynamic web pages, which are only generated at the request of the web browser. Script languages such as PHP allow this. The browser will establish a request that uses the HTTP protocol and indicates the page requested, among others. When the request arrives at the server, it transmits the requested address, which is then processed by a web server. The web server will interpret it, find the requested file, and the file is then returned in the HTTP response.