first off wrote:get money. get bitches. repeat... lol
yeah those two were really married... Salman be spitting mad game son!
Thanks for the advice, I guess another reason why is that I'm applying to dental school and I'd like to boost my resume.
I happened to do really really bad in my C++ programing class as an undergrad and since it was the only computer class I took, and I have nothing else on my resume, it looks like I don't know shiit about computers. I'd like to do something besides an intro to computers course, and webmaster stuff seems cool.
I'm really not looking to progress into anything beyond entry-level (or even "sub-entry-level")
I wouldn't waste my time with a computer literacy class either, but maybe what you need is to take a into to programming class or something so you can get the basics/concepts of programming down. A specific class like C++ or Visual Basic will pretty much only teach you the design environment and syntax (language), they usually just throw you into it, teaching you "how" without really explaining "why".
1. Get a good HTML/web page editor - I like dreamweaver the best but if your not that into pirating software and don't have the $300-$500 for it then a more simple and free program like komodo edit will work.
2. Learn HTML - it's easy and can be pretty fun. Should only take a couple of days to pickup (if that).
3. Learn CSS - This isn't really required to be a webmaster I guess, more for a developer/designer. It's a little harder than HTML but once you get the basics you'll be fine. Should only take a day or so to learn the basics.
6. Learn to turn a computer into a server lynda.com and most tutorials will teach you this when learning about .php and mysql.