Monday, July 21, 2014

The Growth of Today’s Website Designing Industry

Since the concept of websites first came into being in the early 1990 s, web designers have continually shaped and reshaped the way websites look. During the first few years, websites were entirely text-based, with scarcely any images and very little layout except perhaps for an occasional heading or paragraph. However, as the web design industry advanced, we began to see table-based designs, Flash, and finally CSS-based designs. To those who may not know how this all started, a gentleman by the name of Tim Berners-Lee published the first website in August 1991, but it was nothing more than a simple, text-based page with a couple of links. A web page from 1992 had a dozen or so links, and its objective was to simply let everyone know what the World Wide Web was all about. All web pages looked almost alike, and they were all entirely text-based with a single-column design and inline links. Interestingly, the first versions of HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) enabled only basic content