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jackassDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:25 AM | Message # 16
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Acid biggrin didn't mean that you suck at coding and what to do some shit biggrin
Just talk in general... This is bad and better to make a coding alone and ask for help.
It's just my opinion thats all tongue


 
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Chris-ErikDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:35 AM | Message # 17
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This is bad and better to make a coding alone and ask for help.
It's just my opinion thats all

Design - doin' myself.
Coding he needs to help'n'teach me.

 
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jackassDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:36 AM | Message # 18
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Chriseyy, you can learn from tutorials smile

 
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AnimorphDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:39 AM | Message # 19
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Chriseyy, you can learn from tutorials

or asking some help biggrin , u can just learn in millions of way's

one of them is just stealing a brain .. biggrin

 
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CreativeCollusionsDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:40 AM | Message # 20
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Chriseyy, in order to become successful with coding, it is best not to dig straight into books, tutorials and such. Of course it helps, but the real best way is to just work with codes and get familiar with them as you go along.

HTML is easy, CSS is a little more complicated but also easy. Any other codes do tend to get harder, but I recommend getting into HTML before anything if you haven't already, then CSS.

After you are actually familiar with the codes, you should then watch tutorials because then you know exactly what to do and what certain codes mean and do.


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Chris-ErikDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:43 AM | Message # 21
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Im gonna go my way learning it the way i look at it as effecte. Humans do not learn at doing the same methods.
 
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jackassDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:47 AM | Message # 22
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it is best not to dig straight into books, tutorials

he can modify tutorial codes and learn like that tongue


 
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AnimorphDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:48 AM | Message # 23
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yep as i said there are millions of way's u just need to find yours
 
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Chris-ErikDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 0:50 AM | Message # 24
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So many ways to go. I'll find mine tongue
 
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SpliffDate: Tuesday, 2010-09-21, 2:03 AM | Message # 25
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Figured everything out now? Good, now stop making useless posts to increase your count and take this elsewhere but this Forum (i.e. PM, MSN, Skype)

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