In answer to your question Lucy24, it's looking to me like it did.
iseven: my best advice is to take the time to learn the languages you're trying/wanting to work with -- I'm fairly certain there are members here who will help you through the learning process if you have a tough time or get stuck, but "coding for you" isn't something most of us are likely to do, often, imo, because we're "working on our own thing" or "working for someone who pays our bills."
As far as I'm concerned, helping someone else learn what I know is a contribution to the community that helps me when I get stuck and that's why I do it, but "just coding a solution for someone" when it's something they really don't seem to understand or even seem to care about learning how to code for themselves so it will work for them and they can keep not only making it work, but also improve upon it in the future *on their own* isn't something I'm personally interested in doing for two main reasons:
First: I get paid to code for a living -- Yes, I know that's shallow and greedy of me, but I spent a *ton* of time learning what I know and seo/coding custom solutions for websites is what I do to pay my bills.
Second: I learned more than a little bit from jdMorgan who was the mod in the Apache Forum for years, and he was absolutely right, imo, when he said, "Teaching a someone to fish is better than fishing for them." or something to that effect, so when someone "tries and gets stuck" and I have time, I try to help them out if I notice and can, but when someone says "just make this stuff I copied and pasted work for me", then it's not something I'm personally inclined to do.
[edited by: JD_Toims at 4:09 am (utc) on Dec 11, 2013]