If you have no code experience at all, then you will need to learn to walk before you can run.
This means :
learning the basics of HTML markup
learning some server-side
learning some Database
if you stick at it, a few hours a day and playing with examples, you could see yourself grounded with some of the basics in about 6 to 8 weeks.
What I will say is be careful of going the boiler plate route, simply copying and pasting examples from repositories and expecting them to work are not a combination for a good program because of the many styles in programming, one which you will need to pick one that you can work with.
Name conventions for variables... Pick one method, ...
somepeoplecalltheirvariablesbyverylongnames = "Hello World";
some_people_prefer_underscores = "to do the same thing";
somePeopleUseCamelCase = "to make it easier to type";
and stick with it, you reduce the number of problems that you introduce, the number of scripts that get posted here that use all three name conventions and during programming the OP has forgotten and called the variable some_variable when they declared someVariable and then get an error that they can't figure out because that the next issue, learning to trouble shoot...
IDK what they are teaching in schools these days but whatever it is, it appears to be about 20 years out of date, which is another problem, the amount of obsolete code on the internet is astounding...