Skip to main content

Web Programming

Web programming servicesFrom Web site design to full-blown client/server applications and database-integrated eCommerce solutions, our programming expertise enables us to create and develop exciting and interactive Web sites for use over the Internet and on corporate intranets as well.


Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a document layout and hyperlink specification language that defines the syntax and placement of special, embedded directions that aren't displayed by a Web browser but tell it how to display the contents of the document, including text, images and other supported media.


While use of HTML with its related attributes produce acute presentation effects, cascading style sheets (CSS), when judiciously applied, bring consistency and order to Web documents. Cascading style sheets (CSS) allow us to control the presentation attributes for all the elements in a document or a whole collection of many documents from a single master style sheet.


PHP is a server-side, HTML-embedded, cross-platform scripting language that provides a way for us to put instructions into your HTML documents to create dynamic content. PHP programming focuses principally on server-side applications, and by writing code that is to be executed on a Web server, you may achieve many more objectives than would otherwise be possible.


Perl is a high-level, general-purpose, interpreted, dynamic programming language. By supporting dynamic content, Perl allows Web servers to provide online applications that users from around the world on various platforms can all access via a standard client: a Web browser.


MySQL is an inexpensive, lightweight and fast relational database system. Its capabilities may be easily integrated into a Web environment, and we can create full-blown client/server applications and database-integrated Web sites with the tools MySQL provides without our clients spending a fortune.


With JavaScript we can move beyond static HTML to write Web pages that include programs that interact with the user, control the browser, and dynamically create HTML content. JavaScript is the glue that integrates link rollovers, form error checking, and many other Web objects.