Mozilla User? Mozilla Has Good News for You!

The original Mozilla Developer Network (MDN) wiki site was launched on July 23, 2005. As part of its 10th anniversary celebration, MDN gives back to its 4 million monthly users and over 1000 volunteer editors per month, worldwide. I don’t know about you but Mozilla Developer Network has been a constant partner for this working mom for my web technology needs (HTML, CSS and JavaScript).


I cannot imagine any business now that does not run on web platforms. Whether you are a seasoned or a beginner web business owner, or owns a business and plans to expand online, MDN is what you need. For a wide range of Web developers, from learners to hobbyists to full‐time professionals, MDN provides useful explanations for coding practice, instructions on downloading and building code, articles on how the code works. It also gives guidance on how to build add‐ons for Mozilla applications and apps for Firefox OS, user‐submitted runnable demos of Web technologies, and helpful answers on development planning and strategy.


So starting up your own online page or improving your existing web page is certainly made easier with MDN’s 300+ web terminology Glossary. If you need further explanation around the difference of a webpage, a website, a web server and a search engine, MDN also makes 90+ articles accessible for beginners and learners in the “Learn the Web” section.


Feel free to know more about how MDN can help you with your web needs or how to be part of the MDN community.

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