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  1. #61
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    they are genius

    I must say webmasters are versatile genius....Isn't it? They cannot afford to be half baked about the two branches of internet jobs....They know it all and do multi-tasking. They are cool!!What say??

  2. #62
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    Hi !
    Thanks for information,before reading this info I thought both webdesigner & webdevelopers are doing the same job.But the discrimination mentioned by you has really cleared the doubts.I like the job performed my webmasters,as they handel so many responsibiliteis at a time with a proper planning.





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  3. #63
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    Yeah now the things are all right. The differences are clear between the designer, developer, and webmaster. Thanks.

  4. #64
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    Design/SEO Career Propects

    I'm wondering, everyone..I may be better suited to web DESIGN/SEO than the development (pure coding) side. Is an awesome career possible? I believe it is, but I want some of your thoughts...I have to go where my true passion is, right? Of course

    Web Design/SEO should be hugely doable for a solid career...But what wou...ld those in the know have to say, I wonder?

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    Smile best Thread

    Thank you for helping me understand...

  6. #66
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    resolved

    Web developers are that persons who are designer or programmer.designer specially graphics designer works with flash,dreamweaver etc.where programmer works with programming languages.
    Last edited by KDLA; 07-26-2010 at 11:41 AM. Reason: link dropping

  7. #67
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    My career may go in this way.

  8. #68
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    Thank you for sharing. I was really confused what the difference is between them now I know. These three works together to make a great website.

  9. #69
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    Help

    I work in IT support and am an MCDST and MCP, I want to become a web developer, could i do this just by reading books and practicing at home or do i need to do a college course or university?

    Also if i can just use books where should i start? and how long would it take?

  10. #70
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    Fordy123,

    Learning how to become a web developer can definitely be done by reading books and practicing at homes. This could open you up to freelancing and getting your own clients. If you want to work for a larger company, a university or degree is probably preferred to get you through the interview process.

  11. #71
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    Thank you SO much for writing this! It was extremely helpful as I'm approaching a career change. Again, thanks!!!!

  12. #72
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    hey

    is there a way to attached picture or file on this forum?

  13. #73
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    Thank you for the explanation! This was very helpful and straight to the point of knowing the difference between these careers. =)

  14. #74
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    Greeting everyone,

    One of the topics that have come across that I found confusing was "Graphic Designer" and " Graphic Artist". Can someone explain to me the difference between both of them?

    -Villain

  15. #75
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    Me too......I don't know the difference between the two.

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