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Re: my problems:) any useful pieces of advice are welcomed:)

Postby amoolah » Mon Mar 28, 2005 5:39 am

pinkfloyd76 wrote:Hello:)
Is it possible at all to learn anything via correspondentive course?!? Has anyone of you taken such a curse(correspondentive course of creating http://www.sites ) and what are results of it?!? Does it work?!?

Hi pinkfloyd ;)
I really didn’t understand what do you mean by correspondentive however, personally when I started learning how to create my own website I used many ways for example:

    I gathered as much information as I can about the new software and programs that I can use in order to build my website. Then I stared downloading these programs and learn how to use them.

    I was searching in the internet (search engine such as google and yahoo) for lessons and tutorials about how to develop a personal website.

    I also used to register in some especial English and Arabic web developing clubs in order to get help from the members.


I hope that my post is useful......all the best
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Postby shokin » Mon Mar 28, 2005 2:09 pm

For my part, I use a programm (Dreamweaver, but there can be some others programms) and search for programmation-info on the web, and train using it. I just began learning html-language.

Sometimes, I ask questions on forums ad hoc (where people knows perfectly the programmation :mrgreen: ).

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Postby shokin » Mon Mar 28, 2005 9:27 pm

Oh ! not at all ! I just told you how I began...

nothing better done than by yourself !

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Postby amoolah » Tue Mar 29, 2005 4:38 am

pinkfloyd76 wrote:Ups! Probably I sound not claer -useful links for free resources on the Net about creating http://www.sites- that's what I am interested in.
THANKS FOR ANY HELP:)
p_f76:)

hi again pinkfloyd ;)
it will be my pleasure to provide you with some useful resources. However, I need to know which type of website you plan to develop. It is static( standard) or dynamic and if it is dynamic which programming language do you want to apply (asp, php, jsp or maybe other languages). Also let me know which program do you want to use in order to build your website. Personally, I prefere dreamweaver it is very helpful, advanced but easy to use software.
Please let me know and I will be more than glad to help u :)
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Postby frengo » Wed Mar 30, 2005 9:41 am

Basically, you should decide what exaclty you want to achieve. If your goal is just being able to build a simple site for personal use, you could use one of the many automated site-building utilities (they are available on the web, just visit one of the major public download sites, e.g. "download.com"). If you want to achieve a deep knowledge of web programming, instead, you should focus on the specific programming languages (the ones Amoolah was mentioning in her post).
I suggest you to start with a simplified method, following then a step-by-step approach through more complex aspects.
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