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02-23-2014, 08:19 AM
That's sad. They were only a couple of months old.
Anyway, I think the consensus was
At some point it would be good to learn some JQuery or another framework, if nothing else just to learn how to deploy pre-written scripts on your site.
02-23-2014, 10:53 AM
02-23-2014, 01:22 PM
I'm gonna add a couple of things that have served me well. Perl seems to be a dying scripting language, but I still run a couple on one site. Knowing a little bit about Perl may eventually be a good thing. Regular Expressions (RegEx) is the language of .htaccess. You should learn enough to know how to hack/modify any code you may copy/paste into your .htaccess files.
Whatever. The idea is to get at least a working knowledge of most of these languages. You can poke and hope from there. :D
02-23-2014, 04:43 PM
02-23-2014, 06:19 PM
I'm currently studying in comp sci and programming so I don't have as much experience as many others on here probably do but this is more or less the order that I began studying web dev languages in:
3) JS, more CSS
4) PHP, more JS, some Perl
5) More PHP, some jQuery, AJAX
I've found that right now in my work (in an internship), it's mostly PHP
02-24-2014, 11:35 AM
Well some of mine friends also suggested that learn PHP before JS started learning PHP. Thanks to you all for bringing some time to help me on this. I think moderator should mark this topic as solved.