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Where can i learn coding. I am a complete beginner. 0 experience
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  • Profile picture of the author Alex Blades
    Originally Posted by chrisbiz4444 View Post

    Where can i learn coding. I am a complete beginner. 0 experience
    Your best bet is to use Google and look for information on how to get started, coding is not easy. Good luck...
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  • Profile picture of the author Brian Tayler
    Not an affiliate... but W3Schools (W3Schools Online Web Tutorials) and Treehouse (Learn Web Design, Web Development, and More | Treehouse) are both good sources. I've been programming (UNIX Shell, C/C++, PHP, JavaScript, Perl/CGI, Python, BASIC, etc.) for over 15 years and have used both of these as well as directed beginners to both of these sites.
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  • Profile picture of the author rich8169
    I think this site has tons of resources for you to self-learn how to code:

    Scratch | Code.org

    Hope it helps!
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  • Profile picture of the author WillR
    I agree with W3Schools.

    You also just need to get in there and start doing it. I have never taken a course in programming. I picked up all of my coding skills just from trial and error and visiting sites like W3School when needed.
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  • Profile picture of the author adsassist
    Why do you need to know coding?

    For marketing purposes, you only need to know the basics. Over time you will learn basic coding from taking action. I keep a list of short codes in my note pad.

    If your going for programming/creator, I would take a class/course online. There is a lot to learn and can be easily confusing.
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  • Profile picture of the author sketchaddict
    Yes, if you are a beginner and want to learn some coding for web design purpose then W3Schools is best for HTML, PHP, MySq, Javascript etc..

    But if you need to learn some other computer programming such as Java, C++ and others then you can use Code.org
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  • Profile picture of the author maz1207
    I use w3school and the "course like" website that i love the most is the codecademy. It's free and noobs friendly.
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    • Profile picture of the author Deezign
      Originally Posted by maz1207 View Post

      I use w3school and the "course like" website that i love the most is the codecademy. It's free and noobs friendly.
      Agree with you. Codecademy is extremely well made If you are serious in learning web development, this site will definitely become your best friend!
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  • Profile picture of the author ArielT
    Start with some youtube tutorials and then search in Google for details
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    • Profile picture of the author livitweb
      If you want to learn about coding for your website, I suggest you start learning the basic codes first. You can search for them in Google, then keep them in a list so you won't have to search for them again. However, if you wish to learn everything about it, I suggest you take a course. There is a whole course related to it, which makes it difficult for you to learn it overnight.
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