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Re: How can I learn web design? What is needed?

For games, headers or moveable images you can use flash. But nothing more. There are tons more you can use flash for, as mentioned above you can use it for the entire site. No, search engines don't like flash and there are some people still on dial-up but that does nothing to prevent you using flas...
by SeachMall
on Thu Mar 12, 2009 12:32 pm
 
Forum: Graveyard
Topic: How can I learn web design? What is needed?
Comments: 14
Views: 6291

Re: I want to learn - I have learned  Topic is solved

I always liked the idear of knowing how to put script together before trying to take it apart. That's pretty much a requirement if you want to advance anywhere further than a skiddie. You can't successfully "hack" anything if you don't understand what's happening behind the curtain. OT, I...
by SeachMall
on Thu Mar 12, 2009 12:20 pm
 
Forum: NZone
Topic: I want to learn - I have learned
Comments: 180
Views: 392655

Re: New Python user

I like a good debate and if you prove me wrong then that's fine - but when I say something which you then ignore, that's quite annoying. I'm not sure what I ignored. Anyway, no hard feelings. I think we were pretty much on the same wavelength. We're cool :) A good way of programming is to try and r...
by SeachMall
on Wed Oct 01, 2008 12:46 pm
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: New Python user
Comments: 33
Views: 22806

Re: New Python user

thedotmaster wrote:But anyway, there's no point going around in circles when you're not listening.
We should all adhere to the opinions of the great Dot Master, all bow, all bow!

You've just said we agree but there was a break down in communitcation, and now this BS? Very arrogant today aren't we?
by SeachMall
on Tue Sep 30, 2008 3:20 pm
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: New Python user
Comments: 33
Views: 22806

Re: New Python user

That example you gave gives me the impression you have no idea what I'm talking about, either I'm not explaining it well or your not picking it up. I'm not going to debate it, I completly agree that you need to read and learn but if you don't apply it you won't remember or you wont know how it works...
by SeachMall
on Tue Sep 30, 2008 2:33 pm
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: New Python user
Comments: 33
Views: 22806

Re: New Python user

Argh! Are you listening to me? Yeah, hence the 'Agree to disagree?' However, the first few bits should be learnt and practiced in short Yes and build on what you've done. You seem to think you can't learn the basics while working on a project, you can. I've learn't PHP and Python by working on proj...
by SeachMall
on Tue Sep 30, 2008 1:19 pm
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: New Python user
Comments: 33
Views: 22806

Re: New Python user

And I'm saying the best way to learn these foundations is to apply them to a real world project. I've a feeling we're arguing the same point :| . No! I am saying that you cannot learn these foundations any other way but to read them, practice a little and THEN you can move onto doing projects. Pick...
by SeachMall
on Sun Sep 28, 2008 6:07 am
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: New Python user
Comments: 33
Views: 22806

Re: New Python user

What do you mean by basics? Variables, functions etc. or good coding practices? If you don't practice what you're learning you won't learn a thing. By 'basics', I mean all of those things. It is crucial to learn how to program, as well as the syntax. You are quite right that practice is crucial. Ho...
by SeachMall
on Sat Sep 27, 2008 7:38 pm
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: New Python user
Comments: 33
Views: 22806

Re: New Python user

No, because you are prone to skip bits out. If you get bored easily and lose concentration then perhaps computers just aren't for you. You simply must learn the basics. What do you mean by basics? Variables, functions etc. or good coding practices? If you don't practice what you're learning you won...
by SeachMall
on Sat Sep 27, 2008 2:20 pm
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: New Python user
Comments: 33
Views: 22806

Re: New Python user

I disagree with the guys above. The first step is to learn the foundations (the boring bits). Ignore these and while you might get onto the exciting stuff quicker, you'll get into bad habits and you won't become a good coder. While I do agree with needing to pick up the theory of coding early on wh...
by SeachMall
on Sat Sep 27, 2008 9:37 am
 
Forum: Interpreted Languages
Topic: New Python user
Comments: 33
Views: 22806
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