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PhoenixGraphix  |  


  |  Web Designer


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Greetings, Live Long and Prosper. As you may have already noticed, I have taken a liking to computers. My biggest hobby is Web-Based Languages, but I also dabble in other Programming Languages.


Being a very basic language with only limited improvement area, I have completed the language of HTML. Of course, I got some help from W3Schools, with the best web-based languages tutorials there are. I have learned some neat techniques though, and they work with CSS and JavaScript.


CSS, although the easiest web-based language to learn, is probably the hardest one to implement. There are pages upon pages of CSS handiwork that defies what you thought you could do. Some very common ones are cross-browser rounded edges, drop-down menus, and dynamic style alteration. CSS is one of my favorite languages to use, because there's a property and value for every situation. Even if there isn't one that exactly fits your needs, there's always a combination of two or more that works just as good or better.


As far as I dive into the pool of Object-Oriented languages, I never find another one like JavaScript. I can say, and others can back me up, that JavaScript is one of the most difficult languages to learn. There are two ways to learn JavaScript, the easy shallow way, and the mind-crushingly in-depth way. For a long time, I threw my best effort at learning it, becoming steadily more frustrated in my failures. After a while though, I got the hang of it. Not only that, but I began to feel that I could solve any problem I faced myself with. JavaScript is one of the most versatile languages that I have ever had the pleasure of failing at. In the end, though, when you finally understand it, JavaScript is best thing you will ever have done for your website.


My very first programming language. It's extremely user-friendly, but sometimes I just get frustrated because of how very easy it is. It takes so long to write that by the time that you're ready to go to bed, you've barely written anything! The very worst part, however, is that it doesn't use curly brackets ({}). This may seem like something cool at first, but eventually it really wears you down. While you may hate curly brackets because they yell and scream at you when you don't close them right, that's exactly the thing that makes me love them. When curly brackets disappear, so does the orderly structure in your programs. It blows up in the end. The end.

But, enough about computers for now...

Please, enough about programming and whatnot. Let's get to my current team:

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