, young web designer and web master. Computer Engineering Major at California State University, East Bay in Northern California. Developed some type of interest in web coding in 2007 while trying to manipulate my MySpace page. The next year, I wanted to have a personal logo promoting a track I had made for MySpace. Since then, I wanted to put that logo on t-shirts. Later that year, the idea to have a website for my t-shirts came to mind. From there, I have gained so much interest in web coding that I slowed down the t-shirt designing business and wanted to do web coding "full time."
The SiteW.C.E.T. Designs
was launched in February 2009, it was initially set up for my t-shirt designs and MySpace layouts. However, due to the popularity of other social networking sites and the low demand for t-shirt designs, both the t-shirts and the layouts have been discontinued. Thereafter, the site was just sitting around for an entire year. In the meantime, I have continued to learn more code and tried to figure out what I was going to do with the site. During the process, I have noticed the special effects of what I learned to be jQuery and I had seen it on many popular sites such as Google and Facebook. After seeing different effects over and over, I have finally started to look up basic jQuery tutorials for practice. I decided to make more advanced web tutorials once I had learned the basics of jQuery. In July 2011, I have started designing tutorials for jQuery, CSS, and PHP; recently, I started making htaccess and iPhone/iPod tutorials. Since then, the site has been receiving a good response from aspiring web masters worldwide.
You may request a tutorial here
. Glad I can help!
To offer some free basic, intermediate, difficult, and even some hard-to-solve tutorials for visitors to implement to their own websites.
Although this site has some tutorials that consists of basic web coding such as HTML, this site also assumes that users know the basics of PHP, MySQL, CSS, jQuery, Ajax, and htaccess. The code for every tutorial may or may not be explained, depending on the difficulty of the tutorial. Therefore, learning basic HTML and the other languages is recommended for beginners. Tutorials that consist of PHP & Ajax may require at least two web pages, and if so, they are written in the instructions. Some CSS tutorials may only be suitable for WebKit browsers (Google Chrome & Safari); using Internet Explorer is not recommended for some CSS tutorials. Some modification of code may be required to display your own information, especially for PHP & MySQL.