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The coding section of the website provides detailed tutorials and reference articles for HTML, CSS, JavaScript and PHP.

Every tutorial and reference article contains plenty of examples with some useful tips and tricks.

CSS Tutorials and Reference Articles

CSS is the language for describing the presentation of Web pages, including colors, layout, and fonts. It allows one to adapt the presentation to different types of devices, such as large screens, small screens, or printers. CSS is independent of HTML and can be used with any XML-based markup language.

We have created this reference page where you can read about the syantax and usage of common CSS properties.

JavaScript Tutorials and Reference Articles

JavaScript is the scripting language used for enaching webpages. It allows you to do a lot of things like manipulate the webpage to remove, replace or insert DOM elements dynamically. JavaScript can also be used to control multimedia and animte elements on webpage.

Make sure you visit the reference page where we have explained how to properly use all the methods available in JavaScript. Also check out our JavaScript tutorials page which contains links to very helpful tutorials that answer common JavaScript related questions like properly and efficiently replacing all occurences of a string in JavScript.

PHP Tutorials and Reference Articles

PHP is also a scripting language used to dynamically creat webpages. You can use it to generate all the markup or code that the clients see on their end. The main differnce between JavaScript and PHP is that PHP will do its magic on the server and JavaScript works on the client side.

PHP also offers a lot of useful functions. So, we have created a reference page where we explain how to properly use all these functions and provide some additional tips to turn you into a pro. We have also created some PHP tutorials which answer some of the most common PHP related questions and help you understand basic and advanced PHP concepts.

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