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Unread 13-05-2013, 06:24 AM   #11
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Re: Is it necessary to learn programming for having a good website?

There is no need to learn programming if you are making websites for your own business. But if you have good clients, then you need to hire programmer.

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But you had better to learn some programming because the website should be maintained
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But you had better to learn some programming because the website should be maintained
I have basic knowledge of updating a CMS, database and file uploading. Is it enough?

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