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    Emptiness!

    This section is completely empty, and we simply cannot have that now can we? So what I'm going to do is devise a series of tutorials and place them here for any beginner developer to see. I'll probably be focusing more on web development, as that's my primary focus right now. So I'll start it off with some HTML tutorials later on. I do hope you enjoy them

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    I'll definitely look into this once you start putting tutorials up ^^ I've always wanted to learn about HTML and what it's like, but never really knew where to start

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
    I'll definitely look into this once you start putting tutorials up ^^ I've always wanted to learn about HTML and what it's like, but never really knew where to start
    I'm getting Jetman to learn as well, and he's moving on pretty quickly. I can personally help you (Just add my skype: Datsyumad) and give you resources as well as provide tutorials here for you to follow.

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    People who code here are devs
    So the members here just want to play
    and creative people who want to help the server can use 3D max and blender for converting to .obj
    and make items and maps and do what ever you want really
    I just think HTML is so oldschool
    And old schools are old
    Last edited by Veryl; 12-04-2014 at 10:46 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kiwi View Post
    I'll definitely look into this once you start putting tutorials up ^^ I've always wanted to learn about HTML and what it's like, but never really knew where to start
    http://www.codecademy.com/tracks/web
    I learned my html here, and after that just tried building a site in dreamweaver. Its easier then it looks but a detailed HTML guide will definately help you aswell.
    Recommend checking it out though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Guardian Angel View Post
    http://www.codecademy.com/tracks/web
    I learned my html here, and after that just tried building a site in dreamweaver. Its easier then it looks but a detailed HTML guide will definately help you aswell.
    Recommend checking it out though.
    I just used Dream-Weaver in Design mode and it was compatible with a flash navigation-bar and that is how simple it is
    Coding is coding, and maybe to keep this real keep it in Staff Section

    As the whole staff speaking
    We know how to code
    And members just want to play
    Including Premiums, Beta's and Donators

    But thanks for the inspiration

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    Quote Originally Posted by Veryl View Post


    I just used Dream-Weaver in Design mode and it was compatible with a flash navigation-bar and that is how simple it is
    Coding is coding, and maybe to keep this real keep it in Staff Section

    As the whole staff speaking
    We know how to code
    And members just want to play
    Including Premiums, Beta's and Donators

    But thanks for the inspiration
    In all honesty, HTML is not "oldschool" as it's in everyday use by every browser, and any beginner developer should learn it. I'm not posting stuff here for the staff members, I'm posting stuff here for anyone interested in learning. Not everyone wants to JUST play a game. If that were the case, this section wouldn't exist (In a logical standpoint) so I'm providing assistance here for anyone who wants to learn. It's obvious that the people got what they wanted, and that DOES include a development section for discussing anything regarding code. With that being said, Dreamweaver and all that is nice, but if you're wanting to code, I recommend learning how to do it yourself so you know exactly what you're doing in dreamweaver. It's always nice to have a program do it for you, but it's even better knowing how to do it.

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