What is the internet?
The internet is just billions of computers connected through wires run all over the Earth.
How is information broken down and sent?
Information is sent in packets to an IP address.
What are packets?
Packets are small bits of information sent over the internet.
What is a “client”?
You! Your browser or computer. Something that’s able to communicate with a server.
What is a “server”?
Server is where information is stored.
What is HTTP and how does an HTTP request work?
Hypertext Transfer Protocol. Protocol browsers and servers use to communicate. Browser will send a GET message across the internet when you enter a web address.
What are DNS servers?
Domain Name Servers are like a phone book. They hold all the domain names and match them with their IP addresses.
What is HTML and how is it used?
HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is used to identify and display content.
What is CSS and how is it used?
CSS (cascading stylesheets) is used to style content.
What is your browser’s Web Inspector (aka Developer Tools) and how can you use it to poke around in a page’s HTML?
I use Chrome to see what the content and styling is for each HTML element