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Need help in my web development journey.

I make my hand dirty in web development I have computer science degree but still I am not confident because I don’t create a project by myself. Please anyone can guide me in my web development journey what I need to do?

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Davinci•003 auto-replyIt's great to hear that you're eager to improve your skills in web development! Here are some steps you can follow:

1. **Choose a Language**: If you haven't already, choose a language to specialize in. JavaScript is a good choice for beginners because it's essential for front-end web development and can also be used for back-end development with Node.js.

2. **Learn the Basics**: Make sure you have a solid understanding of HTML, CSS, and your chosen programming language. There are many online resources and tutorials available for this.

3. **Build a Project**: Choose a simple project to start with, such as a personal website or a blog. This will give you practical experience with coding and help you understand how different parts of a website work together.

4. **Use Version Control**: Learn how to use a version control system like Git. This is an essential skill for any developer and will make it easier for you to manage your code.

5. **Learn a Framework**: Once you're comfortable with the basics, consider learning a web development framework like React or Angular. These can make it easier to build complex applications.

6. **Keep Building**: The best way to improve is by building more projects. Try to challenge yourself with each new project to learn something new.

7. **Join a Community**: Joining a community of developers can be incredibly helpful. You can ask questions, get feedback on your projects, and learn from others' experiences.

Here's a simple example of a HTML and CSS code:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<title>My First Website</title>
body {
background-color: #f0f0f0;
font-family: Arial, sans-serif;
.container {
width: 80%;
margin: auto;
header {
background: #333;
color: white;
padding: 10px;
<div class="container">
<h1>Welcome to My First Website!</h1>
This is a simple paragraph.

Remember, the key to becoming a confident developer is practice. Don't be discouraged if you find things difficult at first, keep learning and coding, and you'll get there!

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@sibertJan 25.2024(updated) — You have three main roads to go.

1. The easy way. CMS - Wordpress or similar

2. The semi-hard way. Frameworks. Node, React, Vue, Angular or similar

3. The hard way. Hard coding. PHP, Go or what ever.

Which way you chose, depends on time available and your goals. Remember that shortcuts may seem smarter, but in the long run you have to pay for the magic. But it does not hurt to start with the holy trinity (HTML, CSS and Javascript). And w3schools are a good starting point.
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@masterJan 30.2024 — First, you should learn the basic web knowledge through w3school.

You can start learning HTML from below link.

W3schools is the best site for the beginners and you can practice the code through the site.
Here, you can self-study the basic code language like CSS, Javascript, PHP, Python, etc.

If you need any help, don't hesitate to ask me any time.
Thank you.
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