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tuguirazvan says

Tell us here where you learned to code and how long did it take.

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Enabled Moderator says

W3C School, roughly 2 months. Another month I uploaded my first template! :)

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pezflash says

The tricky question regarding code is not how long it took, but how long will it last. The older i am, the faster code goes.

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manuelvega says

Some tutorials & a lot of practice.

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Nitro_Themes says

I started with html back in the 90s when html was very basic and plain, Then when flash came out i converted and learned flash. Then flash died out i went back to html but a now more interesting and more awesome html5 and css3 with some pretty nifty JS animations.

It took me about a good 4-5 months to learn all the new stuff but it’s been a lot of fun. If you know CSS and HTML JS or jQuery will be i think the hardest out of the three but if you like to learn it should not take too long.

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glutenfree4u says

I learned HTML and CSS from Code Academy and forums like browserstack.

Currently learning the basics of jQuery from CodeAcademy.

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Joost Moderator says

Highschool :chuckle:

Good times..

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Bedros says

Commodore 64. :)

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tuguirazvan says

I learned HTML and CSS from Code Academy and forums like browserstack. Currently learning the basics of jQuery from CodeAcademy.

I’ve learned and still learning from codecademy, maybe you don’t believe me but right now i’m learning jQuery as well! It’s a free service and you can learn to code anywhere, anytime.

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tuguirazvan says

W3C School, roughly 2 months. Another month I uploaded my first template! :)

This is a record, i think you should have a statue. :D

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