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[Question] What Should i learn after HTML,CSS and JavaScript ?

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by aj3296, Jan 13, 2016.

  1. aj3296

    aj3296 Registered Member

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    Hello to the awesome BHW community.
    First of all i'm feeling very glad to be part of such a Great Community. In the past 1 Month i learnt A lot Of things here. Just want to ask one little question.

    I Learnt HTML,CSS and JavaScript.
    What should i start learning after it in web development.
    IF some one give me a perfect and precise list of Languages and techniques which i should know to become a great web developer then i am very thankful to him/her.

    -aj3296
     
  2. rob1977

    rob1977 Power Member

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    PHP is a good starter for ten. It's relatively simple, open source and free.
     
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  3. aj3296

    aj3296 Registered Member

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    is there is any more client-side language to learn .. i mean HTML ,CSS and javascript is Enough???
     
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    WPRipper Supreme Member

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    My choice will be Ruby.
     
  5. sonom

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    If you're interested in front-end development you might wanna learn more about some frameworks for each of the languages you mentioned, such as jQuery for javascript, AngularJS, which extends HTML capabilities and is also getting very popular these days. And finally, for CSS, there is Sass and LESS.

    For back-end development PHP is probably the most popular language right now. However, since you're just starting, ruby or python can be interesting options as well.
     
  6. IMpossible

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    Learn PHP (thats what I did after those three you mentioned).
    You'll be able to do some nice web apps in a very short time and as time passes, you'll learn the do's and dont's of PHP.
     
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    Hey OP, just a quick tipp: Codeacademy is a great website to learn the basics of webdevelopment languages.
    https://www.codecademy.com/
     
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    The following knowledge will help you create pro-quality sites and become proficient in web development field:

    • HTML, CSS, PHP, SQL (MySQL), Ajax, jQuery, XML, etc. FTP, cPanel, localhost (xampp/wamp), Dreamweaver...
    • eCommerce tools/plugins/ecom software like woocommerce/Magento/PrestaShop, and good knowledge of various payment gateways including PayPal, how to create shopping carts, creating templates, knowing https protocol, web security
    • learn SEO (it's vast and not so easy as you may have read, mind you :)), master(! :)) KW research. learn some tools like Scrapebox, GSA Ser, etc.
    • Learn how to use popular social networking sites (FB, Twitter, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tumblr, Instagram, etc.) esp for IM use
    • may be learning some graphics applications like PS/Illustrator/CorelDraw etc. (just basic knowledge will also help for editing, creating web graphics)
    • Many of the plugins are easily available to help you. Learning/creating Wordpress sites, HTML sites, Joomla etc will also help, but you can just concentrate on WP and html sites at present
    • Learn more about SILO website architecture, creating tiered web structures, learn more about Web 2.0, Web 3.0, Web 4.0
    • Join various online marketplaces to sell/buy services and tools
    • Check BHW marketplace (BST section) for example, and see what sells and what is in demand, and learn those skills. Right pricing your services is one of the most important skills and it is dynamic in nature... means knowing how much to charge, how flexible you can be, how to take upfront payment, setting contracts, time management of your projects, bidding process, creating portfolios, getting feedbacks, local marketing research, staying above the competition, employing skilled help, freelancing, working as/employing a VA, networking with other experts/freelancers, reading/learning additional techniques/related technology, trying out/taking actions,), helping others!

    Keep learning and master some of the above skills. There could be plenty more topics that are essential in IM, and learning some marketing/communications skills is a must! On this I can add learning tools like Skype and PM/Hangouts like tools... so you see, this is just the beginning and there is a lot beyond the horizon of web development as we see from where we stand at present!
     
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  9. redarrow

    redarrow Elite Member

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    Xhtml , html, css 1 to 3 , rss, xml, javascript ,
    php, mysql , ruby , Python , java.

    that it.
     
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    you should learn bootstrap. with html css and javascript + bootstrap you can create nice landing page for cpa.
    also if you have alot of time you should learn php and other languages too.but you don't need to force yourself. just learn html>css>java and php and you are all good. you can now start creating / editing your own landing page(s)
     
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  11. aj3296

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    It seems to be you give all the information i'm searching for. (as a newbee)
    Thanks you so much from my heart :)
     
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    If you do learn PHP, you can learn SQL almost at the same time. They tend to go hand in hand.