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JavaScript or PHP (devs only)
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I would have personally liked to learn JS as well, but due to my invition in a designing company, I guess learning Hypertext Preprocessor would be a + for me.
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(12-23-2012, 09:28 AM)davis60 Wrote:  I am not a devloper, but according to my knowledge you should learn Javascript first ;)(easier than PHP actually)

easier? really? In my opinion I think PHP is much easier than Javascript(But the structure is more or less the same).
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(12-23-2012, 12:01 PM)Electric Shock Wrote:  I would have personally liked to learn JS as well, but due to my invition in a designing company, I guess learning Hypertext Preprocessor would be a + for me.

invition = invitation?

If you got invited to work at a design company then learn JS. Design companies won't(shouldn't) be doing PHP stuff, they'd be working on HTML/CSS/JS stuff.
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Oops I mistook it. I actually had myself invited to a forum host.
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(12-23-2012, 07:27 AM)Electric Shock Wrote:  Waiting for BP's opinion.
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Well, I still prefer PHP over Javascript. However, to create a good website that doesn't look like it was programmed in 1990, you'll need both. It's just that, if I have some sort of choice to do something via mostly-PHP or mostly-JS, I'll pick first. I'm a bit more familiar with it.

Further advantage of PHP is that you're not browser-dependent. The pesky IE always requires a special case for pretty much anything :p

But yes, pretty much anything has been said already; when you do both, only then you can create a nice (interactive/dynamic) website. It really depends on where you want to go first: a rather stiff HTML-like page which features some funky dynamic texts (page load time, etc), dynamic images, a session-manager (login, etc), and similar --> PHP.
Animated thingummies, mouse-detection, and pretty much anything else than can be grabbed from a browser --> Javascript.
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