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Am new here

4/17/2018 8:18:25 PM

nancy

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Try creating a simple webpage with the help of a youtube video.Then you you'll get an idea of what html really is.Html is not that hard.in the beginning you'll need to go back to your previous lessons cause you'll forget often.But soon with alot of practice you'll get good at it.Trust me even the best coders out there forget things.Programming is 70% only doing research and understanding stuff,getting introduced to new codes,new ways etc☺

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No probs😊

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thank you shivam

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thank u luigi

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I have no idea about HTML or I can say I kinda have an idea ...so I need help

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What do you mean?

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yes I guess ....

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am trying to learn

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and it ain't easy

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you really think so..... and am not giving up....I really love web design

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I mean I have only an idea about HTML

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yes, I am now learning for about two months and I always forget basic things, because I didn't always read the lessons well, but if I carfully read the lessons back, I understand them, even though I'm not English or American and nice that you are motivated, it will help a lot

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like knowing what it does or something

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It is (on a site) everything you see, but not the styling of the page, position of images etc. it are the buttons, texts, images, videos, etc

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it really needs js and css to do well on a code/site

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try to go to a webpage and rightclick and click on "inspect page" thats where you see a lot of the page's html code

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👍when I started, I also didnt know what to do and everything seemed hard and so on, but the futher you come, if you read carefully and overthink why things are what they are, you will come far

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No problem! 👍

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My suggestion is taking an online basic HTML course, there are tons of them for free on the internet, just to understand the very basics of if. Then, when you’ll be able to design a page structure, take an online CSS course to style your creations. And then, you’ll be able to move forward towards Javascript and JQuery. There’s no shortcut, remember these 3 words: practice, practice and practice :)