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    beginner website and CSS

    hi everybody how are you?
    i want to start a website but i'm a developer beginner (because i'm student)
    and i have 2 questions
    1: what the best language to do a site with interactions, ads...
    2 : do you have some advice for use CSS language please? and some fonction?


    please


    PS: sorry for my bad english : i'm french!! lol

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    I suggest starting with just HTML and CSS. Get the basic site sorted out then start learning a scripting language. You will want some Javascript (or JQuery) and at some point some server side scripting, I find PHP easier to learn but asp.Net was more functional. Basically when you get to choosing a server side language ask your host what they support and use that.

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    Hi,

    Just a quick reply. Don't describe yourself as a 'Developer' yet. A developer is a person which develops server side (PHP Applications etc...). As your starting out just on the basic HTML & CSS your known as a 'Designer'. Sorry for being a pain.

    Rich

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    Not entirely. There are plenty of JavaScript developers which is a client side technology obviously. At least in the U.S. you'll see plenty of jobs in the classifieds for "front end developers".

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    As your starting out just on the basic HTML & CSS your known as a 'Designer'.
    I wouldn't agree with that at all. Sure all designers should be good at HTML and CSS, but I feel their main focus is the actual design and some can get by using Dreamweaver.

    "Web Developers" should be able to take any design and make it work.

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    I call myself a designer not developer. mainly cause i cant do half the things i wish i could.

    everything has a ladder. template user, designer, developer, webmaster

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    sorry for my long absence but I'm here now !! well I have "developed" my web site !! I have HTML and CSS but I have search some tutorials and I've find w3schools: it's a very Treasure!! and now I start to modify!I've start to add JavaScript in this I have progress I have add windows for comments in all my pages.
    but I've just question : what I should use for protect my website?? I have heard that hackers can add instructions in textbox .. that's affraid me ...

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    It all depends on how your text boxes are being used. If they are posting data to a database, then you need to be aware of SQL Injection.

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    Ultimately, if your going to pursue web development you will need to have a markup, style and scripting langauge.

    The three I would suggest are HTML 5, CSS and JavaScript.

    And if your going to be working with sessions and user data then I would also suggest PHP.

    Heres a few sites to help you along.

    PHP - www.php.net
    HTML and CSS - www.wctutorials.com and www.mozilla.org/docs/web-developer
    Javascript - www.mozilla.org/docs/web-developer

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