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    Which software for my new website?

    Hi, brand new to making web sites, I am a finance professional and would like to make a website similar to www.bigcharts.com.

    What program should I use?

    Thanks
    Last edited by Outerspace; Jun 02nd, 2017 at 02:23 PM.

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    Pick a code editor - I use Visual Studio Code - and find some tutorials, like the ones on codecademy.com. This isn't going to be as simple as drag and drop.
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    Thank you. I am willing to learn code or whatever I have to do. I have never done anything like this and don't know where to start

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    Quote Originally Posted by Outerspace View Post
    Thank you. I am willing to learn code or whatever I have to do. I have never done anything like this and don't know where to start
    What I posted above is one good way to start. I can also recommend freecodecamp.com. It's more intensive, and will take up more of your time, but it's worth the extra hours, as it's more comprehensive and covers some actual computer science concepts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ronald Roe View Post
    What I posted above is one good way to start. I can also recommend freecodecamp.com. It's more intensive, and will take up more of your time, but it's worth the extra hours, as it's more comprehensive and covers some actual computer science concepts.
    Would agree with Ronald, freecodecamp is actually a great place to start. You really want the basics down, it will make it a lot easier later on when your mid-way through your project.


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