03-31-2011, 11:39 PM
I am building dating website and do done all the deigned but I am having problem finish the back end of the site and functionality of it. I am not experience too much with HTML, HTML5, CSS, jQuery Any help would be greatly appreciated
04-01-2011, 01:14 AM
well data building/commands is php/mySQL. in order to make a website, you would need to know how to create a layout (html/css). as for jQuery, it is just something "nice" to know. a lot of that script is written online for the public. I just learned this myself: if you google "nivo-slider" you can get a free jQuery content slider script.
um can you clarify what you mean by "all the deigned but I am having problem finish the back end of the site". does that mean you have a layout created or not? if not, then there are many html templates online for free. with this said, if you're looking to create a professional-looking website, it would be best to learn html/css. to be honest it should only take a week to learn. (there's a big difference between having a "design" and having a website "built")
04-01-2011, 01:25 AM
I agree with Auroa, there is multiple ways to take your post, and like they said: You can have a layout with either an image that you've thought of, or in your head, and you can actually have a functional page working at the moment so you'd be ready right away for backend help. However if you do have minimal experience with most of these it will be a bit harder for you to build a database for the needs you require, unless you've had the experience/training with it before.
04-01-2011, 01:51 AM
web 2.0 layouts and layers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GK8LoarltMY photoshop tutorial.
EDIT: I think I misread your title. You're trying to build a DATING website. that will be quite difficult without extensive knowledge. Let me get you headed in the right DIRECTION:
html: layout (text, boxes, lists, tables, buttons)
css: styles of the layout (GREENtext, LARGEboxes, NUMBEREDlist, REDbuttons)
jQuery: website "accessories"
1. start with "html and xhtml demystified by lee cortell" (css included)
2. move onto a php/mySQL book
3. you can scrap by without learning jQuery