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      The place to talk about your cat, favorite coffee ... anything really! It's the OPEN forum after all! :D

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      New Member Help Forum - Read this First!!

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      Talk about promoting on the Web using social media sites like Facebook, twitter, Pinterest and good old email.

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      This forum is about entrepreneurship - the process of designing, launching and running a new business. 

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    3. Career Questions - Asked and Answered

      I get career questions, every so often, so if you have coding, programming or business related career and freelancing questions, this is the forum!

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  4. StudioWeb

    1. StudioWeb

      StudioWeb is the most advanced code training platform out there today. Since 2011, StudioWeb has taught well over 1 million students real-world coding and programming. We currently offer career oriented courses in the following in demand languages:

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    • Try to get help from a good programmer. He will tell you what tools are useful to you as a beginner.
    • I'm a new member and I wanted to say hi and thank you Stefan for the consult. Been trying to understand the concepts but don't know how to apply them to actually write a program of what I want and been feeling a little discouraged I hope being part of another community could help maybe clear some things up on top of me just experimenting.
    • Hello all! I just signed up for the mentorship program and wanted to introduce myself. My name is Cody. I am 29 years old, located in western Washington (US state), and have been learning programming for about 2.5 years. I have picked up a number of programming languages over the last couple of years, but the vast majority of my experience has been gained using Python. Despite having spent some time with programming already I am quite new to the world of web development. That said, my main goals for being here are the following: - learn more about web development and related technologies - learn about freelancing and running a code related business - improve general life skills - help others become better programmers and problem solvers Big thanks to Stef for putting this program together. Looking forward to talking more with you all in the forums!
    • Hi guys, wanted to introduce myself and say hi. I'm Sergio from Colombia (South America). I'm having a hard time grasping the knowledge required to become good at CSS layout. Positioning, margin, padding, and border are one of the things I struggle with the most. Do you guys have any suggestions or documentation that I can take a look at to become better at this. TY I also tried to understand CSS grid and flexbox, but those topics are also a pain in the butt for me. 
    • Short answer: yes. Using DOM methods you can add and remove any tags you like. Stef
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