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Chris Styles on August 24, 2000 at 08:20:27:

Worth reading

OK, here it is.

Absolutly the best site for info on anything webby.

However perhaps some more definition between sections would bring the site into line.

I am new to the web design arena, I started off looking at CGI to get my mail back form to work and ended up entering the world of scripting etc.

After finding some stuff on perl I started to learn (a couple of days ago) this language. I have designed all pages on perl but I have found that I can't do some things and have had to revert to javascript.

I have at the mo. explored the Java and VB sections. The VB FAQ seems much more geared up to the new user, the Java script FAQ is much much more comrehensive but does not cater for the beginner.

Is there any way that I can get involved in the development of the site from a beginners angle and see some co-ordination between sections, most of which will seem bafling to most people.

Kind Regards

Chris Styles

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