What is your favorite programing language you use for your websites?

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Steven

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My favorite is HTML/CSS/PHP/ However i know it keeps getting outdated as the years go on and new programming languages come up.
What's your favorite?
 

sincerem

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I'm still with basic HTML programing language to create a blog website. My experience haven't grown to the level of using CSS, C++, or Python etc to develop a website.
 

apathy

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PHP is mostly what I'm mucking about with at the moment, the HTML/CSS side of things only needs to be done every few months when we release a new theme, but I always come up with ideas that require PHP to get done.
 
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sincerem

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PHP is mostly what I'm mucking about with at the moment, the HTML/CSS side of things only needs to be done every few months when we release a new theme, but I always come up with ideas that require PHP to get done.
You're an expert with what you just said here. I'm simply doing basic HTML and CSS stuffs at the moment. Maybe when I'm true studying HTML/CSS I'll move over to others.
 

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Server-side, I prefer PHP. Client-side there’s no choice - JavaScript. Desktop apps, I prefer Pascal (if no window is involved), VB or whatever other language is best for the use (even compiled PHP on some occasions). For Android, Java. For PIC CPUs, assembly.

For a new website, you’re going to have to use a server-side language, JavaScript, probably SQL, you should make use of AJAX (and you’ll need both HTML and CSS, even though they’re not programming languages) and, depending on the site, you may need other languages.
 

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