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    Question What should I do next to increase my progamming skills?

    Hi there guys. I recently finished tutorials of HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP. I have designed 2 pages using CSS and HTML. And 1 Form using Javascript and 1 Form using PHP+SQL. Guys I want to know what I should do next? create some small projects? Any idea where should I get small projects so that I develop skill in these languages. My level is just basic. Not done any major project yet.

    So what you guys say?

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    I'd suggest finding something that will be useful and is not currently available. Preferabaly something that is useful to you, but not necessarily. E.g. I recently decided to convert my sites to HTML5/CSS3. It was only when I came to validate a site that I found that the WDG HTML validator is not HTML5 compatible. I used that validator because, unlike the W3G one, it can validate a whole site in one go. Given that you need to validate the CSS and links as well, this makes validating an HTML5/CSS3 site quite cumbersome.

    I considered trying to front-end the W3G HTML validator to make it process a whole site but decided that there was a problem with concatenating the validation output from each page, so I decided to streamline the process by:
    a) Enabling the validation of the HTML, CSS and links from a single input.
    b) Enabling the use of pre-written lists from which to sequentially select the pages to validate.

    Initially I created my own structure for the file lists but then I realized the similarity to the sitemaps lists, which can be used to enhance the crawling of your site by search bots. So I rewrote them to conform to the sitemaps standards in both text and XML formats.

    Since then I happened to get interested in the sentencing standards for UK magistrates and Crown Court judges. They are quite complex, and it seems to me would benefit from a web page per offence group with a calculator to indicate the recommended sentence range according to the various factors. It's actually turning out to be more complex than I realized. So whether I will have the time to complete it I'm not sure, particularly as I'm working on it "on spec", with no certainty of any return.

    Anyway, I'd suggest finding a project like that, if you can...
    Last edited by jedaisoul; 12-30-2012 at 01:46 PM.

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    Thanks.

    Any other suggestions? Considering Iam a beginner .

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    No more suggestions?

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    Try to learn a PHP framework like symfony2 or zend2, and some of a javascript framework like jquery. Try to create a website for friend or local bussines, or your website for promoting your services as web developer.

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    Thanks. Can you tell me what are these frameworks for?

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    The php frameworks give you a some class and tasks that will avoid you to create everything from zero. And jquery is a framework that will save you to write a lot of javascript code instead.

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    ok thanks i will check them out.

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    Visit this site w3schools.com which will makes you very helpful to increase your programming simple and easy..

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    Great suggestions are provided here to increase programming skills and i would like to tell something about the same that is for improving your programming skills you need to create various dummy and live projects if you know programming and if you don't know then you should start it with free educational tutorial.

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