Start with HTML / CSS ?

by Thaldraes - 06-08-2017, 02:59 PM
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Posted: 06-08-2017, 02:59 PM
Hello !

Well, if i create this post, its to talk about how you started development

What tools you used / use? (Software, text editor)
Where did you learn ?
And finally your tips to get started.


For me, I started by developing web like most people with HTML then CSS to be able to customize the site of my game server.
I didn't learn directly on the forums, I first tried to understand alone when i was trying to modify the code of the cms of my website, etc .. then after I went on a French development forum.
Regarding software and text editor, First, i used Notepad ++ which was a good software for the beginning.
I then switched to Sublime text 2 and 3, these are the ones I used the longest.
Now I'm on Atom for a little while, it's for me the best: It has a more comfortable visual interface, we can install themes to adapt it to our tastes or a lots of plugins to help us with the work And it mainly has the function of organizing the files on the left (see screen)


N.B : On the screenshot i open the /www project with IPS to not show you the other project and i hidden some SQL DATA.

What I advise to begin with in the web development, is not to take the code of another, to modify it like for example a template, a navigation ...
You can try to reproduce, by personalizing it but without taking the code of another


I look forward to seeing your answers, and the path you have taken to get to your current skills.
Best regards, Thaldraes
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Posted: 14-08-2017, 02:07 PM
I started a log time ago, HTML and flash (im to old Tongue), then i learned some php, and now i use html css javascript and php
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Posted: 15-08-2017, 11:04 AM
I learned quite a while ago.

Started like a lot of people, HTML, moved onto CSS, and that ventured into other languages. I mainly use sublime text to code HTML and CSS, and I taught myself with some help from stackoverflow.

Hope that helps Smile
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Posted: 28-12-2017, 12:11 AM
I usually start with a scratch project and then keep it improving by adding more usability and functionally code.
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Posted: 11-09-2018, 10:53 AM (This post was last modified: 11-09-2018, 10:53 AM by buildz.)
Haha I know this script, I've seen it before on so much hosting site. 1/2 host provider using this script lol

I usually start with a scratch project and then keep it improving by adding more usability and functionally code.
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Posted: 07-10-2018, 07:07 PM
(06-08-2017, 02:59 PM)Thaldraes Wrote: Hello !

Well, if i create this post, its to talk about how you started development

What tools you used / use? (Software, text editor)
Where did you learn ?
And finally your tips to get started.


For me, I started by developing web like most people with HTML then CSS to be able to customize the site of my game server.
I didn't learn directly on the forums, I first tried to understand alone when i was trying to modify the code of the cms of my website, etc .. then after I went on a French development forum.
Regarding software and text editor, First, i used Notepad ++ which was a good software for the beginning.
I then switched to Sublime text 2 and 3, these are the ones I used the longest.
Now I'm on Atom for a little while, it's for me the best: It has a more comfortable visual interface, we can install themes to adapt it to our tastes or a lots of plugins to help us with the work And it mainly has the function of organizing the files on the left (see screen)


N.B : On the screenshot i open the /www project with IPS to not show you the other project and i hidden some SQL DATA.

What I advise to begin with in the web development, is not to take the code of another, to modify it like for example a template, a navigation ...
You can try to reproduce, by personalizing it but without taking the code of another


I look forward to seeing your answers, and the path you have taken to get to your current skills.
Best regards, Thaldraes

yea, you are right!
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Posted: 12-10-2018, 11:35 AM
I first started developing (properly) doing batch console programs with malicious intent (but for educational reasons).

Then I moved onto creating real desktop apps with VB.Net. After that I moved on to web solutions then things just spiralled from there.

I use a Microsoft stack, because in my opinion, it is champion and superior to all overs (prove me wrong)?
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