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    Question Noob at websites

    Im new and want to make a website for a friend.

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    Good for you. Good luck with it.

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    There is a great company in California that can send you some free information about guides to creating websites. I recommend you call them and request the book called: "Building the Perfect Website ... Your Search Starts Here". They would be glad to help you out. They may not have their info on a website, so I posted their number for you ....

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    Start to learn HTML and CSS. Those languages are how you make a website. I'd suggest purchasing a book on web design/creation.
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    You can probably get a static website done just by searching on google without having to buy any book. Mind you I am not saying it is recommended.

    To create a dynamic website, that you can interact with, I would recommend a book titled "PHP and MySQL web development".
    There are many examples, it begins by introducing you to forms and it ends getting you a forum done.
    A good programmer is someone who looks both ways before crossing a one-way street. Free hosting

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    Shouldn't you learn JavaScript for interactivity? PHP and MySQL is for databases, not something a newbie would necessarily want to start with. And anyway, you should know HTML/CSS before JavaScript as far as web design goes, much less PHP/MySQL.
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    There is a difference in the conception of “static” and “dynamic”. Front-end developers probably think about JS when they think about “dynamic” in that content can be changed dynamically while the page is displayed. For back-end developers a “dynamic” website is one where you change content in one place and it’s updated everywhere or where content is stored in a database and you have one or a few page templates compiled dynamically upon request rather than having many static HTML pages that need to be updated manually.

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    Well, considering the original question is the most blanket query ever, we'll just have to hope that one of those things would help him :P
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    if you want to create a web then you must learn the HTML, css, Java script PHP my sql and other languages because these are very fundamental for designing the site. here i would like to share a link which definitely going to help you learning these.
    w3schools.com

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    I don’t suppose the OP is ever coming back or intended to contribute to this forum in the first place so I’m closing this thread as it’s leading nowhere.


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