This site is coming soon!

- Mod 2

(this entire site and the majority of it's links are in english, 
if you would like to translate into other languages, please let me know!


Read a copy of my original tumblr post here

This outlines some steps to take to build your own website & server. However, i feel it can be a little vague in places so I wanted to clear it up with some links:

A learning outline:

You should already have a basic grasp on what a computer is, what files are, ect... if you do not know, please Up your literacy first!

INFORMATION IS POWER! BELIEVE IN YOURSELF! The more you know, the better equipped you are to succeed not just in coding, but life itself!

FOR WEBDEVELOPMENT FIRST, LEARN YOUR FULLSTACK: For FRONTEND: You should learn HTML FIRST, CSS SECOND, and JAVASCRIPT LAST. Start learning the artistry of design as well if you wnat to make an appealing, eyecandy website. Or just slap on Bootstrap! - Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) is the BAREBONES of a website, presenting the content of the website and the basic of basics - Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) is the style and wardrobe of your website. It's what gives color and design to your pages. - Javascript (JS) is a simple frontend programming language, meant to make your pages more fluid and interactive. Best described as simple magic For BACKEND: You should learn PHP FIRST, MySQL second, and PERL LAST - PHP: Hypertext Preprocessor is your first head dive into how a single file can contain multiple pages, how a Content Management System (CMS) works, ways to mail via PHP, better interactive forms, and so much more. This is more involved than JS, and unlike frontend code, does NOT display when you view a page source. - My Structured Query Language (MySQL) is a database where information is securely stored and grabbed via PHP. You can try and make database-less PHP code, but for huge projects, you're gonna need a database to keep organized. OPTIONAL: Practical Extraction and Report Language (Perl) is the equivilent of running computer programs on a webserver, and can be a powerful tool along the way. You don't exactly need to know Perl nowadays, but some webservers still use it so it is useful to know about. If you're only going to buy hosting, thats all you need to learn, however... For more advanced coding techniques, to using libraries, and maintaining your own webserver: You should learn THE COMMAND LINE/TERMINALS, and start learning LINUX for WEB SERVERS (A windows webserver is horrendously vulnderable to attack) LEARN basic commands, how to install packages, how .sh files operate. Have a little fun and learn about older computers too, while youre at it! New age web design uses compilers and library browsers like NPM & Composer require you to know how to run commands on a terminal/cmd for their content. Since most of you are learning coding in a new way than I did, learn your frameworks* for each programming language once you feel proficient enough to make your coding go by faster. *** PLEASE: Get a hold on the vanilla/basic aspect of coding (not using injected code), before you start using any script "libraries". As you learn to build your own code, you will set yourself up for success in the long run as you get ready to make bigger projects. THEN you can start hitting up librarys! FRAMEWORKS & Librarys to learn about: - Bootstrap, a CSS framework and the most commonly used layout you see today. Almost ALL websites use this so their sits are "mobile friendly" - jQueryv is the first JS library you should learn, so you can interface with React.js and Angular, common libraries for Javascript GUI - Node.js is a Javascript Backend - Ruby on Rails is a framework build on Ruby meant to make fullstack development much easier than it has in the past (though its been around since 2004, I justlearned about it recently)

TO LEARN: FREE Web Development Classes & Certifications

Certifications can land you jobs, if you wish to make a carrer out of this. Are you a student? Github Education offers an Intro to Web Dev experience as well as a free .me domain. You MUST have a high school/college email to apply.

Other Tutorial Sites

(may have premium options that lock you out... be careful) Neocities offers HTML tutorials as well as a free web site (frontend languages only) FREE Tutorials Site AND huge reference FREEMIUM: CodeAcademy Has the courses for free, but you must pay for certifications. PREMIUM: edX Learn from industry pros... PREMIUM: Udemy Online college courses. Dodo's New World Tutorials (archive) Helped me learn a lot about basics when I was younger. (circa 2007-2008), Kiiinda dated


If you're more of a textbook kinda person, O-O-O O'Reilly published handbooks are the way to go. (Theyre the books with animals on them!) psssst! z-lib is your best friend for any textbooks btw...

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Usefull Links

My Rambling: Why build your own website?


The way this site is presented is in honor of my favorite professor, Theoni E. Harrisberg of Mesa College, and her webserver Buffy, which is presented mostly in txt files! She not only gave me a feul for my love of computers and technology, but the spite I need to keep designing websites (She said that Web Design will phase out in the near future... yet now we use Web design for COmputer Apps and Twitch Streams!)