TheGardener wrote:Yeah, HTML/XHTML and CSS is not very important unless you're wanting to be a web designer. You're probably more interested in functionality and actually wanting to put your SQL knowledge to use in a web page in which you'll want to learn an actual programming language, not markup. You could start with Python as many recommend but it seems as though most who are new to programming have a much easier time learning C# in a .NET environment. .
fashizzlepop wrote:Your post doesn't make sense... You mention Web Designing and using SQL in a web page but you don't explain how.
fashizzlepop wrote:Web Design: You would want to learn something like PHP to use in web pages. PHP is a common way to manipulate SQL databases and many sites use it. Regular Programming: Using Visual C# and or Visual Basic are also common ways to use applications to manipulate SQL databases and or Access data.
thedotmaster wrote:However, unlike what TheGardener says which seems to suggest we're going towards CGI - the opposite is happening. People prefer a web orientated language with handling easily built in to work with different requests etc. CGI was the big thing, 5 years back (though that doesn't mean it still isn't used), and a number of websites had backends coded in C.
Then PHP became popular.
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