This blog post is for teachers teaching web design and programming … but if you are learning HTML and CSS (or any other language) many of these tips will be helpful to you too.
Let’s start with a teaser:
1. Start with an Easy Language:
Don’t use hard to understand languages like Java, C#, C++ to teach beginners programming
I built my first website in 1994 for my import/export business - I needed a cheap way to reach people in Europe and Asia. At the time, the Web was very new to most of the world ... in fact, I had one of the first websites with photos!
Becoming a web designer and programmer:
By 1996 I was a full time web designer ta
I've been building websites since 1994 ... that's makes it 20 yrs now! Anyway, it only takes me 9 minutes of video to give you my perspective ... I think young nerdlings might find useful. Check it out:
Let's get to the point:
The days of only using web design programs like Dreamweaver (and not knowing any code) are pretty much over ... if you want to be a professional web designer.
These days, web designers need to learn code and a few different coding languages, to be able to effectively build modern websites.
... The good news is th
Anyone who knows me knows that I am an advocate of Wordpress, especially from the point of view of a web designer since so many small business websites use Wordpress.
Not all is well in the world of Wordpress
The sad thing is that with great popularity and ease of use, comes great evil - Wordpress has a plethora of security holes and can be the source of many of website headaches because of all the hacking that can likely be subject to.
Here are some Wordpress safety tips:
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