Want to learn coding . for free?

Last Update: March 18, 2017

When you're new to this Internet Marketing thing, coding is likely the last thing on your mind. Too much other stuff to learn ... WordPress, layout, landing pages, funnels, images (the list goes on and on).

Then eventually, you'll probably begin with come elementary coding. This is the super easy stuff that takes hardly more than a '<' or a '>'. :-)

But eventually, you just may want to dig a little deeper. The question is, where do you start?

Well, like lots of other things in the multi-verse of the web, you can learn coding for free.

Here are two links - check them out and if learning to code is on your "to-do" list, then this just may be your jackpot. :-)

I would love to hear if you plan to learn coding using one of these resources and if so, which one.

And remember ... you can do this!

God Bless!

~Cathy

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WindyCityUSA Premium
Thank you for sharing this.
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CathyS Premium
You're very welcome! :-)
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MrsKiersten Premium
Codecademy's interactive tutorials are great!
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CathyS Premium
Good to know! I'm just getting started with them so your post has really helped!
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ecomtom Premium
Hi Cathy, thank you for the links. I may look into it in the near future. Tom
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CathyS Premium
You're welcome! :-)
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MKearns Premium
I used to do some of this with Perl, Dreamweaver and HTML back in the day before it was consolidated in WordPress Cathy!
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CathyS Premium
Careful ... words like that show our age, Mike! LOL LOL
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4uburn4me Premium
I have learned some coding over the past several months. It makes doing some things on your website very very easy. It can also screw something up very very easily. For front-end website building, I suggest learning HTML and CSS to start.
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CathyS Premium
Good point. it's good we know everything we can about how to maneuver so we can be successful.

For newbies who are learning, I hope this will help:

HTML is a markup language for describing web documents (web pages).

CSS describes how HTML elements are to be displayed on screen, paper, or in other media.

And you are right - we need to be careful not to screw something up. I think it's a good idea to copy and paste the original code into Notebook. I do this every time, having learned the hard way.

You seem very knowledgeable and I would love to hear how you keep things straight when working with this stuff. :-) Many thanks for your response! :-)
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