Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Tomwinners1, Feb 26, 2012.
do you know some websites or resource that can learn html coding?
This looks quite good
I started it but got bored of it.
Find a video tutorial on piratebay
The best way for me was lynda.com, they have a bunch of good training videos on almost every coding language. Basics and some advanced.
You can torrent search for their stuff too
You can get lots of helpful and informative material by searching G.
well, to be honest, this is what makes ppl stuck at the basics...you don't have to look for lessons or stuff like that..never ever...coding and programming is not like that...you have to use your imagination. for this. I'm a PHP programmer and here's what I do in my spare time..."thinking about new ideas"...like..."how the hell should I scrape TV programs from a website and display them in a gtalk client.." when you have the idea, just write it down in notepad...
-scraping tv programs w php and display them via gtalk
then, you have to write down the steps of the idea
-scraping tv programs
-displaying the tv programs (to make sure it looks ok)
-do something with the result (in my case, display it via gtalk (since I already have a gtalk bot))
here comes the tricky part... you have the idea, you have the steps you need the accomplish..simply go to google dot com and search for the very basic step...
"scraping website data with php" and so on...
don't get this wrong...but if you want to become an html, php or whatever programmer, you have to think about it as much as you can...
ps. for html, w3schools.com is a great place to start...however, don't look for ideas for "what to do", think about ideas and try to accomplish them with lessons and tutorials.
Here is a coding problem:
Does this belong in the Black Hat SEO section?
You can also browse sitepoint.com a lot of good questions and answer there.
I recommend finding a channel on Youtube, there are many many step by step tutorials for getting started with many languages.
yeah.. Youtube always has some decent tutorials on coding.
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