Help!!! Need advice in pursuing a career in Web Design..........


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Linwood

I'm considering a career in web design, and was wondering if anyone in
the group has some helpful hints or suggestions? This is actually my
first time posting a message to a newsgroup, so I am a little new at
this......

Currently, I am getting my degree in Internet Technology, which
includes Photo Shop 7.0 Dream Weaver, Flash, Fireworks and more. I
always loved web design and also web maintance (internet) too. I am
hoping, I can get some suggestions or advice that would help me futher
my career in this field.
Please email me at (e-mail address removed)


Thanks,
Lin
 
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Ben Dover

Tip #1: never give your real email address on usenet.

well, you'll want to do some web sites for free to get you started.
that way you'll have some quick references and you can make all the
mistakes you want.
once you have two or three sites, you can start demanding money.
 
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brucie

Currently, I am getting my degree in Internet Technology, which
includes ... Dream Weaver, ...

learning to use a program that generates html is not the same as
learning html. how do you know it does it right? what do you do when
it does it wrong? how do you fix it? how do you know your fix is
right? you cant author html properly without knowing html.
I can get some suggestions or advice that would help me futher
my career in this field.

if you don't know how many liters of blue colored milkshakes you can
drink before your poo turns green you'll just be another clueless
wannabe.
 
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Isofarro

Linwood said:
Currently, I am getting my degree in Internet Technology, which
includes Photo Shop 7.0 Dream Weaver, Flash, Fireworks and more.

Since there are no Internet Technologies in the above, perhaps you'd want to
extend on the "and more" part.

TCP/IP, URL, DNS, FTP, HTTP, NNTP, Telnet, SMTP, POP, - now those be
internet technologies.
 
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Big Bill

I'm considering a career in web design, and was wondering if anyone in
the group has some helpful hints or suggestions? This is actually my
first time posting a message to a newsgroup, so I am a little new at
this......

Currently, I am getting my degree in Internet Technology, which
includes Photo Shop 7.0 Dream Weaver, Flash, Fireworks and more. I
always loved web design and also web maintance (internet) too. I am
hoping, I can get some suggestions or advice that would help me futher
my career in this field.
Please email me at (e-mail address removed)


Thanks,
Lin
Where are you doing a degree in IT please?

BB
MFW Britpack www.extreme-positioning.co.uk
There is only one war, and it's not the rich against the poor,
the blacks against the whites, the Federation against the Borg,
or the Democrats versus the Republicans. It's those of us who
aren't complete idiots against those of us who are.
 
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William Tasso

Ben said:
Tip #1: never give your real email address on usenet.

why? only applies if you have something to hide.

tip #2: don't top-post

tip#3: crossposting (xPosting) is better than multi posting
 
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Whitecrest

learning to use a program that generates html is not the same as
learning html.....

I think he was listing the tools not the technologies.
if you don't know how many liters of blue colored milkshakes you can
drink before your poo turns green you'll just be another clueless
wannabe.

I don't even want to think about that one.....
 
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Whitecrest

Since there are no Internet Technologies in the above, perhaps you'd want to
extend on the "and more" part.
TCP/IP, URL, DNS, FTP, HTTP, NNTP, Telnet, SMTP, POP, - now those be
internet technologies.

Crap, I have to agree with Iso....
 
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Micah Cowan

Ben Dover - Mental Patient 0057 said:
your real email address is thanked with loads of spam.

Please discontinue your top-posting (fixed); this is your second
request (Mr. Tasso has also asked you to stop [see above]).

It is considered impolite to post using a fake e-mail address,
unless it is just your real address with some trivial munging to
fool spambots, along with instructions (or blinding obviousness)
to obtain the real from the munged. As you can see, I am using my
real address (yes, believe it or not). This is not a big problem
for me, despite many USENET posts with that address, because I
use SpamAssassin for very effective spam filtering (at the
server).

Not everyone can do this, which is why trivially munged (but
still useable) addresses are a viable option.

Your sig is broken: the expected beginning of a signature is
"-- " (two hyphens and a _space_); you are missing the space.

Regards,
Micah
 

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