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What is web development
The term Web development is used for several different activities which are linked to the developing of a website especially for the WWW which is the World Wide Web or also called as an intranet. The Web development strategies include the business of the e-commerce, the web designing, the web content development, the client and sever-side coding and also the configuration of the web server. There is a different meaning to the term web development, amongst the experts and professionals of the web; they refer web development as only to those aspects of the making of the websites which do not involve the coding and writing markup. Web development ranges form the simplest tasks to the highly professional and complex applications. This can include the very simple plain-text page to the complicated applications of the web-based internet, or social networking. Business firms and companies organize a team of several hundreds of people who are related with the job of the web development. However, such a large set up is only required for the established organizations to maintain their complex system of web site viewed worldwide. For a simple group of working units, a single webmaster or an assistant to manage the web graphics and system techniques is needed. The web development of any company is a joint effort between different departments than just the Domain of a designated department.

The web development can be branched into two main categories, the Client Side Coding and the Server Side Coding. The roles of a web developer generally include the Graphic and Web designing, information architecture and the copyediting with the usability of the web and the optimization of the search engine.

Web Design
Web design is the customer-facing part of the website. A web designer is concerned with how a site looks and how the customers interact with it. Good web designers know how to put together the principles of design to create a site that looks...