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Discussion in 'Website Development & Design' started by charm01, May 24, 2012.

  1. charm01

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    I have wuite knowledge on Designing such as HTML and CSS.
    I do not have knowledge on PHP, etc. Will it be great if I just get a crash course of 16 hours for web development?
    I really want to learn more on web designing and web dev. Thanks
     
  2. daytrader

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    try availing programming course from lynda.com or from cbt nuggets instead.
     
  3. Mark T

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    Crash courses are good. What's makes you learn more about it is through hands-on application. I think W3Schools do have a certification or tutorial for different web development skills and knowledge.
     
  4. cesspadilla

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    If you're into free courses well you can search good resources online like W3Schools, CodeAcademy, Quack It etc. Although if you're willing to pay for more knowledge try teamtreehouse.com they got free videos there but you gotta pay for other videos. (Disclaimer: I'm not a promoter of that website... just saw that on the ads and tried the free videos.)
     
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  5. smartkathy

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    Hello,

    You can go through with W3Schools. It is best source for get knowledge about web designing and development.
     
  6. Greg-first

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    Buy a few books about PHP and read them, or find online versions. At the same time, you can check your new knowledge by examples.
     
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    Hi,
    It is more than sufficient,provided you refer online tutorials or books or do some research online.Moreover,you are interested much!

    Thanks.
     
  8. cesspadilla

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    You can also buy books. I love Visual QuickStart books you can check it out from PHP and SQL to other tutorials. That is if you're willing to spend cash.
     
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  9. Fergal

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    Larry Ullman, author of "PHP for the Web: Visual QuickStart Guide" was previously kind enough to give away a copy of that book as a prize to a BAF member. You can view the contest thread here - Win a Quality PHP Book from Business Advice Forum.
     
  10. MICHAEL LINDMARK

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    There are many open sources over the internet, it will not be that difficult for you to learn php if you just focus and concentrate on tutorials.
     
  11. Laura7

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    I suggest buying books on the subject and watching videos on it. Good luck!
     

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