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    Hi everyone,

    I have always been very keen on web design ever since the internet first came about(!) and have had it as a hobby for many years. I've taught myself HTML, CSS and basic PHP out of curiosity, and know how to use the big design programmes like the Adobe suite. Whilst I realise this is far off the actual knowledge I'd need to have for a career, I'm very keen to take the advice of people who are already in this area about how they've come to that point. I'm very interested in creating website/apps/making things happen!

    This is more of a wishful idea I've had than a reality maybe, but I'd love to know whether anybody else has made it from self-taught and interested, into actually managing to make a job out of it. And what kind of route they took. Or if anybody has any suggestions.

    /potentially naive post

    All and any replies, be they positive or negative welcome.
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    Hello

    Have you come across WordPress?
    I self taught myself this platform and have sold websites on the back of it.

    Happy to discuss further

    Hitesh


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