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New To computer coding

hey everyone im trying to make a new yugioh dueling website and i want to learn how to do this with everything but im stuck on what i need to learn any help?

3 Answers

Matthew Mascioni
Matthew Mascioni
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Welcome to coding! It's pretty awesome.

The kind of website you're creating needs two parts: (as many functional websites do) a front-end interface, and back-end functionality that allows people to do things on the site.

The languages for front-end development are HTML and CSS. You can learn them pretty quickly by going through Treehouse's Front-end Web Development track, which should also teach you some JavaScript and jQuery for interactivity. Do this first, as the JavaScript it teaches will give you a good introduction to programming for the next step if you've never programmed.

It may also be useful to implement some server-side programming languages to use in the construction of your site's backend. There are many out there-- thankfully over here we cover some pretty neat ones. Check out tracks in PHP or Ruby on Rails to acquaint yourself with them.

Have fun!

If it's a website HTML, CSS for sure plus graphics so u should do the designs course and personally i'd use ruby to write it but that's preference. U could use php just fine i would think.

Thats my opinion.

Hope it gos well, Kai.

thx that really did help me out

No problem, and welcome to treehouse c: