Front-End web development is the practice of converting data to a graphical interface for the user to view and interact with data through digital interaction using HTML, CSS and Javascript.

There are several tools available that can use to develop the Front-END of a website, and understanding which tools are best fit for specific tasks marks the difference between developing hacked site and well designed, scalable site.

HTML is the backbone of any website development process, without which a web page does not exist. Hypertext means that text has links, termed hyperlinks, embedded in it. When a user clicks on a word or a phrase that has a hyperlink, it will bring another web-page. A markup language indicates text can turn into images, tables, links, and other representations. It is the HTML code that provides an overall framework of how the site will look. The latest version of HTML called HTML5, published on October 28, 2014. This version contains new and efficient ways of handling elements such as video and audio files. It is instrumental in creating web pages.