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What is hardest? CSS, PHP, or HTML?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by robertg0123, Nov 28, 2007.

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Which Is HardesT?

  1. CSS

    6 vote(s)
    7.1%
  2. PHP

    78 vote(s)
    91.8%
  3. HTML

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    1.2%
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  1. gnatfish

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    #41
    Yay, now i feel all warm and fuzzy inside :)
    SEMrush
     
    gnatfish, Dec 20, 2007 IP
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    #42
    Php Ftw
    _______
     
    Jelleke60, Dec 21, 2007 IP
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    #43
    I think! PHP is more harder than any other Web Languages! but it's effective once you get in
     
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    #44
    I actually had harder to learn HTML than CSS because when I first learned HTML I didn't have a clue bout nothing lol. I'm not "fully learned" in CSS though, but for me it was easier to get to know the basics of it. PHP was the hardest though (as I said earlier).
     
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  5. robertg0123

    robertg0123 Well-Known Member

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    #45
    So majority, or all, agree that PHP is hardest.. I agree CSS is difficult but still PHP by far.
     
    robertg0123, Dec 21, 2007 IP
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    #46
    I think CSS is harder since different browsers act different ways. PHP at least (in my experience) acts the way it's suppose to. CSS on the other hand is a turkey shoot.
     
    NoobieDoobieDo, Dec 21, 2007 IP
  7. robertg0123

    robertg0123 Well-Known Member

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    #47
    I believe Netscape uses PHP differently but it all ends up working somehow. I do not use Netscape anymore so I am unsure. Plus Netscape and Internet Explorer comprehend CSS the same.
     
    robertg0123, Dec 22, 2007 IP
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    #48
    Robert, PHP is used by the server, not the browser. Netscape wouldn't know PHP is even involved since all it would ever see is the HTML/CSS/JavaScript output, not the PHP code itself.
     
    Dan Schulz, Dec 22, 2007 IP
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    #49
    PHP is the most difficult
    CSS is the easiest ;) in my opinion.
     
    div, Dec 23, 2007 IP
  10. robertg0123

    robertg0123 Well-Known Member

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    #50
    True but different browsers interpret the codes differently depending on version or construction. Speaking as on certain browsers and parental controls you can control weather to display .php, .jpg, and many others so that the child/blocked person may not access images or websites.

     
    robertg0123, Dec 23, 2007 IP
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    #51
    Once you learn the basics of a programming language, learning any other language like PHP, ASP, etc. should be easy. At that point it is no longer a matter of learning how to program as it is just learning syntax.

    HTML, CSS, PHP, ASP... don't seem that difficult to me.

    I for one cannot stand JavaScript. I haven't messed with CSS, but it seems to make sense. PHP and ASP seem to make sense as well. HTML isn't really programming, it is just formatting... so it should be the easiest of all.
     
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    #52
    PHP, can't really even compare them.
     
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    #53
    That's because browsers have different default margins, padding and other styles applied to the elements on the page. It doesn't matter if you use written or generated HTML - all the browsers see is the HTML, CSS and JavaScript anyway.
     
    Dan Schulz, Dec 24, 2007 IP
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    #54
    It would have to be PHP, much more to learn and a multitude of possibilities!
     
    Millar, Dec 24, 2007 IP
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    #55
    Browsers only see Javascript and some CSS if you have the right plugins (ex. Sun Java)
     
    robertg0123, Dec 24, 2007 IP
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    #56
    for sure PHP
    as most people agree
     
    moe374, Dec 24, 2007 IP
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    #57
    I had previous knowledge of programming so PHP was not so hard for me.CSS is hard for me.
     
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    #58
    You know, when you have NO clue what you are talking about, better not to say anything. Netscape doesn't give a rats ass if the html it recieves is made in PHP or not - php outputs HTML, on the client side it makes NO DIFFERENCE... blocking .php with parental controls would be EXTREMELY stupid - at that point you might as well block .pl, .asp, .cgi ... and at that point, .html as well. Sorry, not going to happen.

    As to the 'right plugins' - just wow. Plugins have jack **** to do with javascript, as javascript is built in to all major browser engines. JAVA relies on a plugin, but that has NOTHING to do with CSS, Javsascript or anything else. Javascript is NOT Java, and does not require plugins in any REAL browser. (Opera, Mozilla, IE or Safari) - likewise for CSS.

    Just... wow. The mind boggles on how people will run their mouths on things they apparantly know NOTHING about.
     
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    #59
    Darn, deathshadow beat me to it. Oh well. Enjoying not one but two Christmas parties plus a Christmas get-together (it was a gaming day) will do that to a person. :)
     
    Dan Schulz, Dec 26, 2007 IP
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    #60
    I'd say php.

    But then again i'm still learning php, HTML&CSS I only go back to sometimes to check things.
     
    twistedspikes, Dec 26, 2007 IP
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