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Thread: Simple HTML Code For A Beginner?

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    Lightbulb Simple HTML Code For A Beginner?

    Hi!

    I am building a site with weebly, and while I am not coding the whole site to design it, I would really like to add an element in there, that is unique, that I coded. Does anyone know of anything simple, unique, and good for beginners that could be added to a weebly site? Something like a slideshow, or maybe a fancy button, some part of a page that is unique, how to change the color of something- anything, really. I am just looking for something simple, manageable for someone who hasn't really ever coded, and something that will make my site stand out. Any suggestions?

    Any help will be appreciated, thanks in advance!
    Last edited by Indigo28; Apr 30th, 2017 at 09:25 PM.

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    You could just learn some basic HTML and CSS. It's not hard to learn the basics. Even for someone that has never done any form of programming (HTML and CSS aren't actually even programming languages).

    Loads of places to learn:

    https://www.w3schools.com
    https://www.codeacademy.com
    https://www.udemy.com/

    I even have a full access 7 day free trial of Team Treehouse linked from my website if that interests you. They have video tutorials with actual teachers that you can communicate with: https://www.codesmite.com/deal/treehouse-free-trial

    You would be far better off learning HTML and CSS then anyone here advising you on something to add to your website that you do not understand.
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    Unless you are willing to commit a few days to learning the basics of HTML and CSS there isn't really much help people here could give you that would be any value to you. Lot's of people don't want to learn to code, and that's ok. If this is you, could I suggest that you use WordPress for your site instead and make use of the hundreds of plugins available to customise your site.

    Other than that, the previous poster has listed some pretty useful courses for learning the basics. You'll be able to get the ball rolling by starting off with the course on codecademy.com.
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    You have to visit websites like w3schools to know every basic detail of html and get started with your first website.
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    Everybody in here is right. This is why i dislike templates because as a web designer it will teach you nothing if you have not learnt oding first , the resources mentioned are googd ones , also for your more advanced stuff later and even some basic questions look at stackoverflow


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