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Should I start learning html as my first language ?

Hi, I want to become a web developer but I don't know where to start. Please help

6/2/2020 12:27:00 PM

Nikola Cerovina

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Yes you can start with html. html is essential because of it's web based application.if you want to become a web developer you should learn html. HTML can integrate with other programming languages. You can make our own website using html.html is easy to understand and it's also supported by all browsers.

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To recap, here are the basics steps to becoming a web developer: Learn the Basics of HTML, CSS, and Javascript. Go Through WordPress Tutorials. Learn the Basics of UI and UX. Learn SQL and PHP. Learn the Basics of SEO. Make Sure Your Site is Responsive.

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Explosive Creativity :D This whole thing about HTML being a programming language seems to be a sensitive trigger for you. I'd love to encourage you to review two of my others posts on this and feel free to respond there as I would hate to distract from this thread. https://www.sololearn.com/post/418932/ https://www.sololearn.com/post/141278/

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David Carroll but the OP hasn't even stated that it's a programing language :) he just said if it's a good starter language, no programing involved whatsoever so we just had an unnecessary back and forth. It's right in the name, HTM - Language

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Yes! You should start learning first html ... Then css, . Js , bootstrap and php..

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Explosive Creativity :D he didn't call it a programing language :p

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Dear Nikola Cerovina, Hello.. It is quite difficult to answer this question🤪🧐.. Since, you are interested in becoming a web developer👩🏻‍💻, you should start with HTML, CSS and Javascript. In my opinion, as I am interested in becoming a web developer, I would prefer HTML more😇.. But you should remember✅ that, what you are interested in is most important💯 then asking others for what I should do❌.. I hope I was helpful to you..

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Yeah.. You can do it. After completing it you can go to another language.

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It depends upon you bro but i will say that html is easy and quick to learn and you will find it funfull if reall want to learn after html you can CSS and then Javascript and after mastering these all you will become a great web developer

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I'm just kidding but really, he never said it's a PROGRAMING language :D

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Ya its very easy and quick to learn i just started and find it fun after it you can start CSS and then javaskript

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It's a good choice.

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Well, i recommend u start with Html then CSS and then Javascript and then after, start learning the more advanced courses. This is one of my code bits, u can copy and edit it if u dont really know where to start🙂👍👍. https://code.sololearn.com/Wvps3KTCW7It/?ref=app

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It depends if you want to learn web development then ofcourse html first If you are new to programming and wanted to start from sratcth then go for python as it is easy to understand and make your basics clear

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Yeah. HTML is a good starter since it is easy to learn and within some time,you can finish it

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Consider using the search bar. Other people have asked the same thing as you https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1858938/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/2113330/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1360885/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/2248818/?ref=app https://www.sololearn.com/discuss/1665234/?ref=app

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You should start with one of the languages that teaches you real programming concepts. They are great for you as you will start understanding how programming really works. So in my opinion you should start with one of the following languages: Java, Python, CPP or just JavaScript. (Python is the most beginner friendly among them) By the way learning HTML or CSS won't help you much to understand how programming really works. They are not even true programming languages.

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Yes you should , since you can immediately see what your doing which can keep you motivated , but I would advice you also do C programming along so as to help you have a good foundation

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HTML indeed That's the perfect place to start

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Yes .Try html first and then go for css