1 Reply Latest reply on Dec 2, 2008 9:38 AM by Newsgroup_User

    php, dreamweaver and cms

    Jeepbull Level 1
      I have the big project website that must be publish in june 2009.
      So I have a lot of time now to learn it by myself.
      I'm very new in the online. Which is the best of all if I have to learn to do the website.
      Cms I think its the easiest way for me and I love Drupal Text
      But in the future what is the best to learn for webmaster.
        • 1. Re: php, dreamweaver and cms
          Level 7
          Hi

          How big is big is the questions? For a small site content seed is ok
          (www.contentseed.com)

          I would suggest you supply some more detailed information ie. How many
          pages? ecommerce? Lots of animation required?

          As to how to learn, ask lots of questions and buy a good book on HTML and
          CSS. Dreamweaver, Expressions etc are good but cannot not make up for a
          knowledge of hand coding.

          A good start are the templates supplied by Dreamweaver and by
          Projectseven.com, try to grasp how and why things are done and move from
          there.

          Both this and projectseven forums are good and full of helpful people

          HTH

          Ian
          "Jeepbull" <webforumsuser@macromedia.com> wrote in message
          news:gh3hf6$nll$1@forums.macromedia.com...
          >I have the big project website that must be publish in june 2009.
          > So I have a lot of time now to learn it by myself.
          > I'm very new in the online. Which is the best of all if I have to learn to
          > do
          > the website.
          > Cms I think its the easiest way for me and I love Drupal http://drupal.org
          > But in the future what is the best to learn for webmaster.
          >