Where can i learn full HTML, CSS,javascript, and the others required to make an online game?

16th of January 2013 2

Where can i learn full HTML, CSS,javascript, and the others required to make an online game?

Im planning to make an online game and all i need is to learn the full amount of all of those (including SQL and such). and i need to be able to learn it for free.

Thank You.

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Answer by David
Well you can’t just start by making a game, you need to know the fundamentals.

thenswboston.com is a great free tutorial site, and it started as a YouTube channel and still is one. YouTube.com/user/thenewboston

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  1. Jtk 8:35 pm 16/01 of 2013

    As has been said, you can’t just go off and make a game. First go to W3 Schools and learn every language there. Then start asking questions to here, a search engine, or programming forums about the advanced stuff.
    After that, get back to me (or who ever you can) on the game. I was about even with you a year ago, and I now have a (simplistic) website with links to common sites, a time-based greeting, a user page, and a password protection for the “journal” as well as the user pages (which all have a google search bar. (sorry yahoo! you’re not so easy to write a search bar for.)). I intend to improve it soon (in fact is still a work in progress.).

  2. Sharon 9:23 pm 16/01 of 2013

    If you are new to web development then the first place to start would be http://www.w3schools.com/
    I would suggest you learn HTML first, then CSS, JS and then continue to build your knowledge and skills with these then move onto other scripting/programming languages.

    To lean everything at once properly would be quite a task and it won’t happen overnight.
    On the above website beneath ‘HTML Tutorials’ in left-hand navigation you’ll find HTML and CSS. Then beneath that submenu under ‘Browser Scripting’ you will find JS.

    Start here http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp where you can try it yourself and see examples of the code and what it outputs to the browser.

    Eventually I’d take a look at JQUERY too, but not until you get are confident with the CSS, HTML and JS – http://www.w3schools.com/jquery/default.asp

    Here s a Javascript game engine for JQUERY plugin http://gamequery.onaluf.org/
    You can also find some SQL stuff here http://www.w3schools.com/sql/default.asp.

    Once you get a bit more experienced I would suggest you take a look at http://thinkvitamin.com/ – its a great blog for web designers and developers.

    Good luck :)


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