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A Recipe for Learning Web Design : Comments

By D. Keith Robinson

March 3, 2004


Ionko Gueorguiev

May 17, 2004 5:12 AM

I totaly agree that the best way to learn and apprehand the scripting is to practice it by your self, however i think that profesional education is ver important. I have been doung web desighn for about 2 years now and i can can i say i know a good amount of html. But now what? with so many different languages like PHP, JAVA and even XML it’s hard to chose which one you would like to learn next. The consept of HTML is quite different than java script and it could be very confusing at times i think it’s very important to get some help at that point.

PS: note that im a just some 16 year old nobody and im sure some people would say i have no clue what im talking about :-D

Amy Sabus

June 10, 2004 7:55 PM

I am a self-taught in web design, would like to become a professional web designer and have a few questions. Should I get formal education or can I teach myself what I need to know? How do I know which languages I should be learning? I feel very comfortable with html and css and can do some basic javascript. How do a know where to go next? Also, I type my code in a text editor but, it seems like dreamweaver is everywhere. Should I know how to use Dreamweaver or should I feel confident in just coding it myself? What are the advantages of using Dreamweaver? I understand that it is faster that coding it yourself but, besides this what are the advantages? Also, how do I keep up to date with the w3c standards? And do you have any suggestions about blog sites?

David Hedrick Skarjune

June 23, 2004 8:36 PM

Amy, as Robinson says “You

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