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Alex_McIntosh

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Well i want to make a website because i want to test my knowledge...

Ive built minor sites before...

I'm 16 and i know basic CSS and a little Javascript, i also know XHTML quite good.

I want to test my abilities and i also want to publish a site becuase i never have before. But i have no inspiration :) what can i do a website on? I don't want to do a blog or nothing about me because i think that is vain lmao, plus... i really would not know what to say :)

Anyone have an idea? Please :)
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hey there alex,

do you like games or have any friends who are in a clan and don't have a site?

ask them.

or make a portfolio site for your self :)

they are always good if your going to do web dev, shows people what you can do and how good you are.

You should try one of these ideas
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Hmm yeah, but what would i put on it about myself, i dont know anyone about the clan thing and i don't play much games since college takes up alot of my time...
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well for a portfolio just make a really professional looking site then put like work that you have done in the past.

If your going into web dev you will need a portfolio.
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Hmm, yeah. I have started to do something like that after reading what you said. This portfolio though

you got any idea what sort of navigation i need?

And when i update it, what do i add? It seems a little deaser to keep an online diary sort of thing, like memories, which i was thinking of, but this portfolio is a better idea.
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