If someone wanted their website designed with WordPress but didn’t want any customization or programming done by an experienced developer, they could use themes instead – which would still require a lot of knowledge on how everything works together seamlessly.
What is HTML?
HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is what makes up the structure of a webpage – it’s essentially just texting with tags around certain pieces to denote what it should be or how it should function.
They are not all required by every website, but they are good things to know in case you need them! If you want to be able to code your own WordPress site, I would highly suggest learning these languages because having this knowledge will help you tremendously, as becoming a developer can mean being self-taught and knowing multiple programming languages that translate into many different languages.
This blog post won’t go over everything about each language (that could take forever), so instead, I’ll list some links below where you can learn more!
What does CSS stand for?
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. CSS is what makes the design elements of a webpage look how they do – it’s essentially just texting with tags around certain pieces to denote colors, fonts, images and more!
Cascading Style Sheets helps developers to style WordPress projects. There would be no themes or plugins without CSS because they are what make the design elements of a website look how they do!
What is PHP used for?
PHP is an extremely popular server-side scripting language that’s used on many websites besides WordPress. It helps to make dynamic and interactive features like contact forms, comments sections, shopping carts/checkouts (on eCommerce stores), databases (like the one your site runs on) and more!
It also allows for different things to happen based on certain variables or conditions. For example, if someone filled out a form incorrectly, you could have PHP email them back, letting them know what they did wrong so next time they can correct it. This would be way harder than just having PHP do it automatically without any human interaction required at all!
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