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RockyIV

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Dear Helpers,
I thought of maing a Forum site! I just want a tutorial on how to do this semi-pro way! Any help would be appreciated! I am completely a newb at this and I know no Computers Languages! :) So any help offered would be great!! :tazz:
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ok:) website programming is pretty easy, for a ewbie like you, i would suggest VBscript and ASP. Your using windows xp pro, The first thing you need to do is get IIS up and running. I would walk you through this except im on a Linux machine at the moment and my windows machine is in pieces.

The first place id look to learn this is http://www.w3schools.com/ , that will get you started on everything you need.

Firstly, you want to learn HTML, so you can actually learn how webpages are made, and then VBScript, so you can write scripts, and then ASP, to bring them together. If you get hardcore into it, you can try PHP, but its more complicated for a new programmer.

have fun:)
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Okay thanks I was looking one for too! but I didn't use Any language because I was not able to study it! Now I will!

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Edited by Game_Freak, 22 September 2005 - 03:46 PM.

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