adam beecher wrote:
>> > I was going to reply before that what this person requires is a
> > "clueful" course. One where he gets a clue instead of, or as well as,
> > skills. If he just wants a certificate..
> Ok, lemme put it this way - the guy wants a cert for something to pad his CV.
> He's not trying to get *into* web development, but he is *interested* in web
> development - he wants me to train him on "real-life" development later, which
> I'm quite happy to do. But if I don't point him to a "clueful" course, as you
> put it, I'll be starting from scratch. So it would benefit him and me.
Could be difficult, as you point out below, what one person will do and
find acceptable, could be completely different to what another person
entertains, even though both might be experienced in their field(mine's
a nice square one, green grass, over-looking the sea).
Best he can do is go for a beginners course, and if he actually has an
interest in the area browse and read up/research the topic on websites.
There are FAS courses available, he might want to try there.
>> > As an example, I know how to create frames(skill), yet I haven't used
> > them in a personal homepage since my first site on geocities.. (clueful,
> > hopefully!)
> There's nothing wrong with frames in their rightful place Donncha. ieWebs.com is
> built using frames and V4 scripts, and we still get hits and attention. Matter
> of fact the site is one of our prime selling points. Neither is there anything
> one of those those stupid little "No $blah" buttons for. In their rightful
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