best language Should i learn to make a website

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Hi guys please what is the best language Should i learn to make a website of marketing
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  • Hello, do you possibly mean programming-language? If not, I think it's important that you learn and focus on the most popular language for your audience. Many people might say English, or Chinese because they're both very powerful, international business languages, but not necessarily if your target-audiences are not fluent in these languages or if they're not their native language. Good luck, and I hope this helps
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    • Profile picture of the author YASSINE2026
      Originally Posted by williamgogetspace View Post

      Hello, do you possibly mean programming-language? If not, I think it's important that you learn and focus on the most popular language for your audience. Many people might say English, or Chinese because they're both very powerful, international business languages, but not necessarily if your target-audiences are not fluent in these languages or if they're not their native language. Good luck, and I hope this helps
      No I mean programming language
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  • Well, HTML is a great place to start, and although it's not technically a "programming language", without it you'd have a very difficult time developing a website as this pertains directly to the data you create and submit, like the text, where it goes, how it displays, etc. all the way down to (HTML) color codes. It’s like the heart of your webpage or website and tells the host how to present information. CSS is also pretty critical to understanding and telling the browser and host of your data how you want it shown, most specifically graphics, such as banners, etc. (Of course it's important to keep in mind that most web-hosts and websites specializing in Website Development, Themes, etc. do all of this work for you already so you don't have to learn these two if that's the case. Javascript is up next, but it’s definitely not easy and will require a lot of time, studies, and practice. I used to study C++ and Java and although it took a few years for me to really learn and apply, they were extremely valuable and profitable. On the bright side, there are plenty of free tutorials, videos, and instructional on how to learn these various (â€"official) programming language and the others. Good luck
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  • Profile picture of the author princyjenifer123
    Start with Html ,it is very easy to learn after that go with php programming to develop your website . Php is a dynamic language gives easy accessible interface to your website.
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  • Profile picture of the author HCDdaking
    It depend what website you going to create.If you haven't any knowledge yet.You can try WordPress.Other wise html+css+javascript+php is the best combination as my choice.
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  • Profile picture of the author Sun Tzi
    + how to work with datastores. Like MySQL or SQLite.
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    Every journey begins with a small step.

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  • Profile picture of the author 3wCorner
    Learn HTML, CSS, PHP, databases like mysql and postgresql then after that you can practise building website with cms like Wordpress and Joomla. You can go further like using framework like Code Igniter and Laravel.
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  • Profile picture of the author IlyasDeckers
    Start of with HTML it is easy to understand and learn. Then start with PHP and try to learn JavaScript/Jquery. When you hit this point you will know what to learn next
    And if you get really serious about programming, frameworks are the way to go. AngularJS and React are both front end JavaScript frameworks and Laravel is a backend PHP framework.
    A good place to get started with such frameworks (and other languages) is LaraCasts, I never heard someone explain programming that well.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Schramm
    Angular Js
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