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    Hi! I wanted to be a web designer/developer and make it my profession, I've been creating website through CSS and HTML, and i've been making money through it! ( just very small tho ), and i wanted to step up my game. I was wonder, besides CSS and HTML, what web languages should i need to learn? and in what order??

    I've been searching the net for tutorials but all they give is CSS and HTML, i already know those stuffs.. XD

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    Haven't been scripting in years, but knowing that you're done with the basics, I would suggest your next web language to be either; php or asp.

    I don't know any websites with tutorials, but hopefully a friendly soul here on OS will guide you toward that internet location.
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    hmm.. I'm active back then when im still in highschool but lost my interest but why don't you try using dreamweaver you might see other languages there, my sister had their website development project once unsing HTML5. im not realy good at it so she's the one who's been doing the coding and i do the design for the web, I just showed her my designed web structure and she worked with it and it was wonderful when she finished it.. I don't know if she's good or it was HTML5 that's easy to use :)

    I looked up in Google some other laguages use for WD:

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    The easiest way to learn basic web design in the internet is through W3School since they do it step by step. In learning web design, at least you should know HTML5 and CSS. You can also learn JavaScript/JQuery if you want more complex designs/animation but those two are more in programming, though you can also do animation in HTML5.

    Though learning HTML5 and CSS are basics, you also need to learn how to actually design a website, like techniques, colors, the do's and don'ts, etc.

    SITES YOU CAN USE:

    That's all for the basics, especially HTML5 and CSS. I hope it helped.

    PS: This is for web designing/front-end web developing only. If you want to learn more and do the whole web developing-thing, you should also know programming, database, etc.
    Last edited by xuei0000; 01-23-2015 at 08:44 AM.

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    Try http://www.codecademy.com/ :)
    They have Javascript, JQuery, PHP and Python.

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    The easiest way to learn basic web design in the internet is through W3School since they do it step by step. In learning web design, at least you should know HTML5 and CSS. You can also learn JavaScript/JQuery if you want more complex designs/animation but those two are more in programming, though you can also do animation in HTML5.

    Though learning HTML5 and CSS are basics, you also need to learn how to actually design a website, like techniques, colors, the do's and don'ts, etc.

    SITES YOU CAN USE:



    That's all for the basics, especially HTML5 and CSS. I hope it helped.

    PS: This is for web designing/front-end web developing only. If you want to learn more and do the whole web developing-thing, you should also know programming, database, etc.~>@xuei0000
    A really helpful info in a way, thanks for the info and sources.
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    That depends entirely on what you wish to accomplish. Every language has a purpose. I'm doing the same as you, myself. The languages I learned are based on my goals entirely (development & publication for clients seeking authorship of content). I'm connected to TV networks & radio networks for this goal & the way I develop is specifically based on the Value Proposition of what an author's website needs to be.

    What, exactly, is your goal? Do you want to build an ecommerce store, membership site, an anime site like this one, a betting website?

    My advice is to specialize your skills to perform a specific goal - as every language evolves by the month. Learn only what you plan to use to achieve your goals - or you'll overwhelm yourself.

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