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Many beginners decide to start a local web server on their computer; this can present a few challenges we won't discuss here. These challenges can feel quite overwhelming for a beginner. The best suggestion I will make here is to skip this and look for free web hosting online.
A lot goes into web development, and you may only be looking at a small portion of it, but starting, you have a choice to make. Do you want to learn how to make a website look great? Or are you looking to learn how to make a website work great?
What's the difference?
To make a website look great, you'll need to learn a couple of different languages, such as HTML and CSS. HTML is the building block of your website, while CSS is the style. There are many tools online to help you learn each of these languages, most, you won't have to pay anything for! A quick favorite is W3Schools.com (not affiliated with WZC.dev).
Once you're familiar with what languages you'll need and what file types these languages can be added to, it's time to start learning. As mentioned above, setting up your web server is not always an ideal solution. We suggest getting started with a free web hosting account.
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With all there is to learn about web development, we will be releasing multiple articles on the subject over the coming time, it may look daunting at first, but it is a very rewarding skill and a great hobby!