Discussion in 'Fan Design - Sites and Graphics' started by Salty, Sep 20, 2009.
What program languages have you used for web programming?
PHP and HTML are the two I've used the most.
Gaaarshk darn it, Mickey. Since you can only vote for one, do you
want a vote for the preferred language and a follow up list?
HTML is the only one that I ever actually learned.
That's fine by me. I'm just trying to get a gauge of what people are using/have used.
What kind of sites have you designed using those languages?
Nothing remotely interesting - just little things for university projects. Front-ends for toy databases, that sort of thing. But I did learn how to code in those languages ... even if actually designing a cool-looking website using said languages is a bit beyond me.
I sorta have the same issue. I'm not much of a designer but I can put the code together to make stuff work.
Your own search engine?
That's knowing more than enough to get in trouble.
I know enough PHP to get myself in trouble too.
Yeah, well, I wouldn't call it very sophisticated.
It was for my Star Wars Image Archive site. I basically created a database full of keywords for each image, then wrote a few PHP functions to search the database and return any matches. Probably a lot more trouble than it was worth, but I had fun doing it.
That's an awesome way to learn though.
Most of my PHP knowledge comes from hacking around the phpBB forum system. I know enough to make it do what I want.
AJAX seems to be all the rage right now but I haven't dove into it yet.
Looks like he's been spending too much time at the computer.
Only html, but I can read a few - not like an expert of course. More like saying "hi, how are you? Fine. My name is..." in a foreign language.
Being able to read it is good enough.
I guess it depends on how you define programming language.
Im most familair with html but i could do others i guess
What kind of sites have you created using HMTL?
I just added some Java and Linux Shell Scripting to my arsenal recently. Okay, so they aren't web languages exactly, but its still cool.