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  1. Freelance Web Design Dubai

Freelance web design is a service provided by freelance designers who work independently and offer their services online. Freelance web designers create websites for clients who want to promote their businesses online. Freelance website designers may specialize in certain types of projects, such as corporate websites, e-commerce sites, blogs, social networking pages, etc.

  1. Web Designer

A web designer’s job is to make sure that the content and layout of a website is aesthetically pleasing while being functional. A web designer should have experience working with HTML (hypertext markup language), CSS (cascading style sheets) and JavaScript.

  1. Website Designing Company

Website designing companies provide professional web developers with the tools they need to build attractive, user-friendly websites. These companies often employ graphic artists, copywriters, and others to ensure that the finished product meets client


  1. Web Development Companies

Web development companies focus on developing customized solutions for specific industries. Their products range from simple websites to complex applications. Most web development companies require at least three years of programming experience before they’ll hire you.

  1. Web Developer

A web developer is responsible for coding and maintaining a website. He or she ensures that the site runs smoothly and is compatible with different browsers. Web developers may use specialized software to code and test websites.

  1. HTML

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is the language that web pages are written in. HTML is what makes websites look nice and how they work. HTML code tells the browser how to display text, images, videos, links, forms, etc. HTML is not just for making websites pretty; it’s also used to make sure that a website works properly.

  1. CSS

CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets. CSS is a way of controlling the style of elements on a page. You use CSS to change colors, fonts, layout, and much more. CSS doesn’t add any content to a page, it only changes the presentation of the content.

iii. JavaScript

JavaScript is a programming language that helps create interactive webpages. JavaScript is often embedded in HTML documents to provide interactivity.

  1. PHP

PHP stands for PHP Hypertext Preprocessor. PHP is a scripting language that can be embedded in HTML files. PHP is commonly used to generate dynamic webpages. Dynamic webpages are those that change their content based on user input. For example, let’s say you have a shopping cart on your website. When a customer adds something to the cart, the contents of the cart automatically update. That’s dynamic!

  1. MySQL

MySQL stands for MySQL Database Management System. A database management system (DBMS) is a program that lets you store information in a structured format. A DBMS stores data in tables, where each table contains rows and columns. Each row represents a single piece of data, and each column represents a category of data.

  1. FTP

FTP stands for File Transfer Protocol. FTP is a protocol that transfers files over the Internet. If you’re using FTP to transfer files to your website, you’ll need to know the IP address of your server. Your IP address is a number that identifies your computer on the network. Most people think of their local area network (LAN) when they hear about IP addresses, but your IP address can actually identify you anywhere on the internet.

vii. DNS

DNS stands for Domain Name Service. DNS translates human-friendly domain names into IP addresses.

  1. Web Hosting Service Provider

Web hosting providers allow individuals and organizations to make their own websites accessible via the Internet. Many web hosts offer email accounts, databases, and other features along with space on their servers to store websites.

  1. Webmaster

A webmaster is responsible for making sure that a website loads properly and displays correctly in search engine results. She or he may also optimize a website for usability and accessibility.

  1. Software Developers

Software developers write code that makes computers do things. They develop apps for mobile devices, desktop computers, and servers. Many software developers focus on specific types of technology, such as Java, C++, Python, HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and others.

  1. Search Engine Optimization Specialist

Search engine optimization specialists optimize sites for search engines. They ensure that the content of a website is relevant and contains keywords that match what user’s type into search engines.

  1. Content Writers

Content writers produce written material for websites and blogs. They may research topics and write about them. They may interview experts and conduct surveys to find out information about their audience.

  1. Social Media Manager

Social media managers coordinate social media accounts for businesses. They monitor posts and respond to comments. They also manage profiles and pages on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, Pinterest, Google+, and others.

  1. Pay per Click Advertising (PPC)

Paid per click advertising involves payment each time someone clicks on your ad. PPC ads appear on top of search results and are highly targeted. Advertisers bid on specific keyword phrases, which means they pay only when their ad is clicked. PPC ads are a great tool for driving traffic down to a landing page. However, advertisers should monitor their ROI closely because it’s easy to spend a lot of money on a campaign.

  1. WordPress

WordPress is a free content management system (CMS) written in PHP and MySQL. It was originally designed as a blogging platform, but now offers many features for websites of any size and complexity.


WPMU DEV is a plugin for WordPress that provides a user interface for managing multiple sites. You can use it to create sub-sites, manage users, and administer plugins.

  1. WP Super Cache

WP Super Cache is a caching plugin for WordPress. It helps speed up your site by storing static files like images, CSS, JavaScript, and HTML locally on your server.

iii. WP-DB Manager

WP-DB Manager is a database manager plugin for WordPress. It lets you easily import/export databases between different servers and backup databases.

  1. WP-E-Commerce

WP-E-Commerce is an e-commerce plugin for WordPress. It supports Woo Commerce, Open Cart, Zen Cart, Os Commerce, and PrestaShop.

  1. WPML

WPML is a multilingual plugin for WordPress. It allows you to translate your website into multiple languages.

  1. WP-Grava tar

WP-Grava tar is a Grava tar replacement plugin for WordPress. It adds a visual avatar to your comments and posts.



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