I love this list, and will hopefully continue to do so for a long
time. However as my relatively new web knowledge progresses I
sometimes need to go o.t. - I don't really and think I have only been
told off once. What I am asking is; rather than registering with 20
poxy forums where it is full of bad attitude, recent posts are dated
yrs ago etc can i go in order to get good advice like that I have
grown so used to from here?
Java list discuss?
Oh yeh, what I am currently working on is customising rapidweaver
themes. It's html and css pure if you want it to be, but can contain
all the other stuff. i have got quite a way in and think that in
future I will start developing my own themes and possibly even sell
them. Of course I would only post to this forum with regards to the
css, but the way that the app publishes and gathers the info in the
original index file is all a bit new and different from coding the
whole lot yourself. Anyway, don't know what I am asking here, maybe
you just want to warn me away from things, suggest I don't etc.
Back to the original question - where is good to get advice on html,
java, php etc? Ideally from real people that you don't have to pay
for and aren't 14 and only interested in making games.
I read a moderator message saying that it makes you feel "warm and
fuzzy" inside when someone asks before they post! I laughed out loud!
- Well does it? - Just kidding, your list rocks the geek world and if
I can ever do anything to give it back to the people and not get bent
by corruption and money like you guys, I will and I will snuff it a
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