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Which coding is best????

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by depthirajan, Aug 13, 2011.

  1. jaredrasc

    jaredrasc Peon

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    Php is best laguage for web development because it is very east to learn and implement. If you know programming in c or c++ you can easily learn Php.
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    jaredrasc, Nov 14, 2011 IP
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    #82
    I like HTML and CSS, probably I will try to learn PHP also
     
    zetteJG, Nov 14, 2011 IP
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    #84
    Well according to me the use of PHP scripts along with HTML web development would be the best way for coding....
     
    alimoula, Dec 2, 2011 IP
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    #85
    I think it depends on the project and its complicity, its time-line, its end users. Roughly I can say PHP and Java is the best language.
     
    alankara, Dec 2, 2011 IP
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    #86
    php is very helpful and very easy to understand so its better to use php.
     
    alimoula, Dec 2, 2011 IP
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    kazymjir-design.com Peon

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    #87
    xHTML, HTML 4, HTML 5, CSS 2, CSS 3, JavaScript, PHP 5, SQL

    Absolute basics
     
    kazymjir-design.com, Dec 3, 2011 IP
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    #88
    Start out with HTML and ignore all the jibber-jabber. Eventually, if you're looking to stay in the web development field, you'll need to move on to advanced languages like PHP and Javascript.

    But if you're just starting out, look no further than HTML and nail that - once done, move onto CSS. Hope that helps!
     
    reo69, Dec 3, 2011 IP
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    #89
    Try to learn HTML + CSS then PHP, MySql and JavaScript and you will be fine ;)

    Good luck
     
    Garebooo, Dec 4, 2011 IP
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    HTML makes static sites. It you want dynamic websites then PHP is for you.. .
     
    adammarleymtts, Dec 6, 2011 IP
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    Mithuasha Banned

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    #91
    HTML is the basic Language but You may use Dreamweaver. It is easy and user friendly.
     
    Mithuasha, Dec 27, 2011 IP
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    #92
    There is no 'best' language -- it depends on the site's requirements and it requires an experienced developer to determine the best way to construct that solution. In most cases, things can be done one of several ways.. but there is almost always a solution that is better than the alternatives. As a general rule of thumb, HTML/CSS by itself works fine for any static site... as soon as you want to make that content dynamic or just simply the data management for the client, PHP is necessary.
     
    Bahawolf, Dec 27, 2011 IP