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I'm James and I am very new to code and building websites and all this stuff. I want to go to school for it but wanted to try and learn some on my own as well. I look forward to learning some tricks and tips from whoever is willing to share.





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Hey Scythe,

Welcome to Realm Designz, hope u like the site and everything we have to offer here, especially themes. :D

Well the first thing to learn well with the Nuke-Evolution or Nuke-Evolution-Xtreme CMS Software is to know how to properly setup the CMS Software, in other words, the site settings setup and setting the FILE & DIRECTORY modes correctly via the config.php file. Most every site owner always forgets to check and/or change that to the correct settings. There is the required CHMODs as well.

Once u know how to setup, its pretty simple and can b done in a few minutes.




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There is a lot to learn when it comes to websites, from static html sites to truly interactive websites which are supported by a database. Learning the basic html for websites will assist you in understanding coding and how it works. Understanding the what's and why's isn't necessary at first but as you gain knowledge it will prepare you for the specifics. Like Mortal says, if you are wanting to learn this stuff you have to start with the basics.

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