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[edited by: engine at 4:21 pm (utc) on April 30, 2003]
[edit reason] no urls, thanks [/edit]
You'll need to remove your URL from your post, as we don't allow that under the Terms of Service.
The good news is that this site is wall-to-wall tips. Just pick a forum and browse, or use the site search at the top of the page to look for a particular topic.
<edit> I'm just beyond making sense today </edit>
As Deejay pointed out, you've certainly found the right place for tips!
Here's a few threads to get you started..
There's so much information floating around here, use the site search [webmasterworld.com] for answers to all of your questions.
Enjoy your stay..
joined:Apr 13, 2002
See that button to the left that says, "owner edit"? You can use that to edit your url and make it disappear. It's against the Terms of Service here.
The reason for that is because a forum full of requests for site reviews and spammy url drops would be pretty dull. The purpose is to encourage discussion.
and do your self right learn from the start to be comfortable HAND CODING don't get sucked into the dreamword of that "WYSIWYG" crap.
hope i didn't offend any one, Goog Luck
As was said before this site is wall to wall information. Great thing about this site is you can get an answer to any web related question in a very short time indeed. Im glad you have taken an interest in web development. Is that the path you see your career taking or are you just happy to do web design as a hobby.
I have only been in web design for a few years and it is amazing how much I have learned in such a relativly short period of time, mostly thanks to this site.
Your first post actualy reminded me of my own, it was a url drop to. :)
Welcome to the boards and hope you stick about to learn the tricks of the trade.
-area for text/graphics
-footer information (copyright, any bottom navigation etc.)
You just build this general structure and then change out the text/graphics area to make your different pages? Does that make sense?
<!-- copy begins here -->
put your copy in, and then another comment
<!-- copy ends here -->
Now you can just cut and paste your copy in between the comments without changing anything else.
Soon you will learn about includes, then PHP or PERL. After that, the whole world will be open to you. In a couple of years your skllls wil be truly frightening :)
Keep at it. Bill Gates was once made fun of for being a nerd.
I am also 16, nearly 17, and I have been creating websites for getting on 2 years (Yikes..time flies!)
In the past year I have really got into the programming side as this is more my nature (tech'y) than the design.
I also run a couple of servers on which I host clients websites etc etc, which I have done now about 1 year.
There are a couple of designers who I work with, who don't do programming, which is a great combination. One person doing the back-end stuff..the other doing the front-end :)
I found this site late last year - and since then, the tips I have picked up (in the Perl and PHP CGI Scripting forum) are just incredible.
If you're still in education (like me) then take the next few months by the fist, and learn AS MUCH as you can. This is what I am doing - so that by the time I am employed, I don't need to learn as much ;)
PS: Nice to know that there are really people as young as me :)