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"...But I also a feel this is a somewhat different question."

But it isn't. The questions are pretty similar: "How do I build a website?" You just asked them slightly differently but it's the same question. Which means you still weren't clear from the first time you asked it. That's completely fine and normal for beginners to need more explanation. As I said in my first reply, if you are still unclear follow up on replies in that thread or the CB asking for further explanation.

My broader point is that it seems to me you are NOT following through on the information people are spending their time providing in replies to your questions. In other words it's clear:
You're not doing your homework.

I'm not trying to be harsh just very clear because you are not going to benefit all that much the way you're currently approaching learning here (or anywhere). Learning is hard. Learning to learn can be even harder. Otherwise there would be no PerlMonks, schools etc. So people here will cut you some slack — up to a certain point. :-)

I think I've said something like this before but I'll repeat it one more time:

  • Slow down.
  • Focus. Learn one thing at a time.
  • When you get stuck, struggle with it for a while and try to find answers on your own.
  • When you've made a bunch of attempts to find answers with no luck then spend time writing a well thought out (specific) question.

I understand the feeling that you have to learn a bunch of different things all at once. It's overwhelming. HTML, CSS, Perl, SQL etc. — It IS a lot but you're in high school so benefit from something I and others don't have as much of — TIME :-))

Please read through:

"...the adversities born of well-placed thoughts should be considered mercies rather than misfortunes." — Don Quixote

In reply to Re^3: Web Programming: For Beginners by luis.roca
in thread Web Programming: For Beginners by perl.j

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