Anyone who knows everything about this can skip this article, but I will tell the rest about the causes of various encodings and the problems of web design associated with them.
History of occurrence
The encoding is a character table, where each letter of the alphabet (as well as numbers and special characters) is assigned its own unique number – the character code.
Only half of the standardized tables, so-called ASCII code – the first 128 characters, which include the Continue reading
Yes, this is a poor web designer who has to spend a lot of effort to tame and train pages, so that it would be nice to look at them with the help of Internet Explorer, and with the help of Netscape Navigator.
The general rule when writing compatible pages is: there is a certain set of things that can be done both in IE and in NN, but only with the help of different tags or different parameters of the same tag. The reason that we can write compatible pages is because the browser ignores obscure tags and parameters. Continue reading
A! So you don’t even know what it is? And, moreover, do not understand why you need it? Well, then you have come where you need to. Today they explain to everyone here why they need SSI 🙂
Like all normal people, first we decipher the abbreviation SSI – Server Side Includes or, in Russian, – server-side inclusion. Clear? Not? Well, then I’ll tell you more:
SSIs are directives that are inserted directly into the HTML code and serve to transmit instructions to the Web server. Meeting such directives, which, by the way, are called SSI inserts, the Web server interprets them and performs the corresponding actions. Which, you ask? And here, for example: inserting an HTML fragment from another file, dynamically creating pages depending on some variables (for example, a browser type) and other no Continue reading