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Personal page development

Recently, I have been developing a personal web page on which I can keep track of my projects, as well as keep my thoughts organized. My only concern, which I would like to share with a general audience, is that I don’t really know which program to use to develop the web page, or if I should use a special software like Mac’s iWeb.

What I currently think about it, is that I should start from scratch and develop the page as I learn some web programming. This way I would be learning page development while getting the page done.

The only problem with this is that every time I get to program each individual page, I get into the problem that I need to create each hyperlink manually, as well as format every piece of text. Eventually, I would end up writing template makers in python or some other language, that would eventually look somewhat similar to those out there.

My conclusion is that as I would be learning some programming on the way to get the page done, it would be more convenient to get it done manually.

  1. Programming
  2. web design
  3. web development

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