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How to become a Web Developer in 10 steps
Learning to work on web sites is actually pretty easy and will certainly not take years of schooling, but becoming a developer will take time and energy. We have included 10 steps that you will want to take in order to become a Web Developer. Development comes in two flavors. The first is in front end development, which would be what the user sees when going to your site. That would include the graphics and style. The second part is the back-end web development or server side. As you can guess this would be development in database, webserver, and similar technologies. Below is a road map to becoming a web developer. Spread the knowledge!
1. Learn HTML
HTML or Hyper Text Markup Language is the markup language for web pages, it is the heart of web pages, so this is what
you should aim for first. HTML is easy to learn, but also easy to misuse. Learn it right, and you’ll get one of your fundamentals as web developer.
For the other remaining 9 steps visit http://teamaltman.com/2010/03/10-steps-to-becoming-a-great-web-developer/
Beginners Guide to PHP programing! Start HERE!
Beginners Course in PHP for those wishing to program dynamic websites and blogs. This is a must see site loaded with lots of great lessons! Down load XAMMP for a web development and start working on your projects today!
While you are at it you need to start looking at these two sites for MySQL and PEAR. These are invaluable resources for learning how to use PHP with a database. PHP in combination with MySQL can be used to create a shopping cart, blog, Content Management System, and more. Also, check out some ADOdb similar to Microsoft ADO.
TeamAltman Article:: PHP for Beginners Article
This site helps describe the steps needed to work with wordpress. This would be a great place to start once you have figured out your html, css, sql, and php skills.
Data Base Development Resource for SQL Transact and more!
SQL Books Online is a great resources for database development for sql-transact by microsoft. Check it out!