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What coding language you know ?


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Angoid

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I essentially retained the default L&F of phpBB3, and propagated it to the site itself to give a more integrated experience.  In many ways, what I've done isn't that clever really.

 

I'm currently working on a gallery for it - if you follow the gallery links you'll get taken to a "Coming soon" page but of course I've coded a backdoor to enable me to develop this.  When done, I'll either take the backdoor out or render it ineffective so I can re-instate it and use it again for debugging purposes.

 

For a personal blog, you probably don't need much beyond HTML and CSS, if that really.

 

I think it helps to have a project in mind before you start writing any code, and to write some kind of functional specification first as well.  It gives you a focus and something to work towards.  In the case of the gallery on the model flying site, I wrote a loose specification before starting any work as it gave me a starting point and a direction.


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