The redesign of European Union’s copyright laws includes two very controversial acts. What is especially receiving a fair share of criticism though, is the projected commitment of website operators to establish upload filters designed to protect the intellectual property of publishers, film distributors, and those in the music industry. However, according to various critics, upload filters are not...
If you want to embed Google Maps on your website, you have two options: either you can integrate the software using a simple iFrame element and pre-determined HTML code, or you can explore Google Maps APIs, the official programming interface of the online mapping giant. We’ll take you through the benefits of embedding Google Maps and explain the differences between the two integration methods.
Holding certain data in the client helps to make the Internet faster and more flexible, enabling users to enjoy a better browsing experience. IndexedDB allows larger volumes of data to be stored in the users’ browsers so that they don’t have to be downloaded from the server each time the website is accessed. Get to know IndexedDB based on an example.
Without CSS, websites would just be a collection of text elements separated by headlines and paragraphs. Only the ability to format HTML using cascading style sheets make the internet what it is today: a colorful mix of customized online presences, from the ambitious home hobby page to the award-winning design website. Our CSS tutorial walks you through the secrets of the stylesheet language with...
Module tests are one of the most effective methods of identifying as many errors in the source code as possible early on in the software development process. The special feature: the smallest isolatable components of a program are placed in a neutral test environment. If errors appear, it’s obvious they are occurring in the module being tested, which makes them easy to correct.
Welcome to the digital age: every day the average American spends hours looking at smartphone screens and PC monitors. But most still lack even a basic understanding on how the programs affecting their everyday life work. If you think you may fit into this demographic, don’t worry: thanks to online courses, videos tutorials, and supportive internet communities, it’s never been easier to learn...
Continuous integration can improve the work of software development: fewer errors and more efficient, continuous integration. But this requires a simple yet comprehensive tool. That's why we're introducing Jenkins. This software makes it easier for you to work with automatic builds and individual pipelines. Our Jenkins tutorial will help you along the way!
Code editors are frequently used by programmers. These editors have features such as syntax highlighting and autocomplete for words and codes which simplify the process of writing code. This saves programmers a lot of time.
So, you are looking to learn one or more web programming languages? The first challenge is to choose one. After all, there are hundreds of programming languages, but not all of them are good for web development. To make this decision easier for you and help you tackle your web project, we are going to provide a brief introduction to the most well-known web development languages.
Waterfall methodology is one of the classic procedural models of process management. Its central feature is the structured execution of clearly separated project phases. The waterfall model is mainly used in software development, where it still holds its own against more flexible models. We present the waterfall model, and its application possibilities, and explain where its limits lie in the area...
1&1 Website Guide: website advice for all
A website isn’t just a website – these days, there are countless ways to create an online presence in a way that matches your expectations. The ‘Websites’ section of the 1&1 IONOS Digital Guide offers detailed information about creating, managing, and optimizing websites as well as facts and general background information on the World Wide Web. For a closer look, you can also explore one of several subcategories about different topics. Here, we present website advice for everyone, from mere enthusiasts to qualified professionals.
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Website advice for beginners, advanced users, and professionals
The Website Guide serves as an information portal for small and medium-sized companies, along with developers, web designers, technology lovers, and general internet enthusiasts. Many articles on the 1&1 IONOS Digital Guide require little background knowledge, though some are also aimed at more experienced users. Beginners can enjoy posts on topics like ‘What exactly is a website?’, ‘The basics for modern web development’, or ‘How are websites accessed?’, while more advanced readers can broaden their knowledge of specific topics with comprehensive articles and tutorials. So whether you are a novice, an advanced user, or a professional: our handy Website Guide has plenty of useful tips and tricks to help you become an expert on the World Wide Web.