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#1 Ehsan48


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Posted 12 August 2015 - 01:29 AM

Hello Guys,
I want to become a web designer, but I have no idea where to start. I want to create online shopping website any tips or direction will be appreciated.
I also searched on internet, I find this below website , does anyone heard about this company? http://web.centiumsuite.com/
I would appreciate your helps in this matter or any suggestion.

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#2 Martel


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Posted 12 August 2015 - 03:12 AM

The most important thing you will need is the one on one interaction.
If you are experienced with writing web pages I would suggest you join a large group with a forum of thousands of like minded individuals.
There you can see how others are doing it and share your thoughts and get feedback on your own work.
I use a site that offers that kind of community. http://blog.drfixup.com

#3 Ehsan48

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Posted 12 August 2015 - 03:17 AM

Thank you very much :)

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Posted 14 August 2015 - 02:38 PM

Please I have two IT courses on scholarship but have to choose one ,please help me out with an advice based on the course that has demand for a good job round the world. Am in Nigeria and I have a B.Sc. In Computer Science.

1)multimedia and graphics

2)web design and development.

Wanted to take on the two,but the scholarship will allow me one. Pls help...now! Thanks

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Posted 19 August 2015 - 06:29 PM

I have been developing webpages for the better part of a decade --- Your first step is to get Dreamweaver or open up notepad and learn HTML5 - CSS - Java - XHTML 


Also go http://www.w3.org/standards/webdesign/htmlcss


Read and Read - Make sure your sites follow W3C Standards - Does not have to be perfect but it helps!


Also learn about Salt so that no one has the rainbow tables for your passwords if you run a database of users....and you will.


You need to know WAMP - XAMPP - PHP - MySQL - Apache


These will be your core skills and are just the basics.


You also need to know how google analytic's works and ad words - as well as - SEO - SSL Certification - E-commerce and shopping cart integration - Credit Card Processing and API's for those things.


You also need your sites to be mobile friendly. VERY IMPORTANT!!!!


You also need to know about rDNS - TTL - hMail - ddns - subdomains - dyndns - registra - domain parking - PTR - FQDN


Finally - You need to know the difference between True Static IP and a Dynamic Ranged Static Assigned IP ---- HUGE difference when setting up a customers website and emails and what not. --- I will do you a solid and tell you! Some times when you ask for a static IP the ISP just says OK you can have this one........HOWEVER that IP could be within a range of IP's that are dynamically assignable --- MEANING it could of been someone's at some point and they did bad things with it and it is black listed by other email servers. SO you always want a TRUE static IP and the rDNS needs to look something like: Standard DNS: www.itworld.com -> Reverse DNS: -> ec2-23-23-212-126.compute-1.amazonaws.com.



Hope this all helped!

Edited by pistol22cal, 19 August 2015 - 06:31 PM.

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