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    New Guy

    Hi everyone. My name is Tim and I'm just getting into web design. I have one site that I am the creator and admin of. Here's the link : Lamoille Community Presbyterian Church. I am currently in the process of finishing up my second website for my home owner's association. I've used GoDaddy's Website Builder as in the websites are hosted through them. I am interested in possibly starting web design as a side project and am looking for advice.
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    My advice would be if you want to be a true web designer ditch services like GoDaddy website builders.. Learn how to write code properly. Html and css are the foundation of websites.. From there learn javascript and then start learning about server side languages..

    Html is the structure
    Css is the style/design
    Javascript makes it interactive

    Then learn things like mySQLi and Php or other server side languages.


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    He from Eddie P and welcome to the forum.

    I visited Little Church of the Crossroads site and liked what you've done.

    Although HTML, CSS, and Javascript are nice to use, they require time and effort to learn.

    I've set up a number of sites just using WordPress, and the learning curve is pretty short. There are numerous free WP tutorials you can access.

    Website builders are ok to start with, but you can do much more using WP.

    Cheers!


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