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I would like to make a website to host flash games on, and possibly embed some emulators and roms(I've seen it done in the past)

But the issue is that, I don't know any HTML or how I can start going about this process.

What are your suggestions on how I can do this?
 
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Are you saying that you want to start learning HTML / CSS?

If so then this is where I learnt to code: http://www.codecademy.com/en/tracks/web

http://victoryevo.com/ Is my website that I built just with the knowledge from Codeacademy. My HTML / CSS knowledge is all self-taught as I've never attended a web design class, course, etc.
 
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Are you saying that you want to start learning HTML / CSS?

If so then this is where I learnt to code: http://www.codecademy.com/en/tracks/web

http://victoryevo.com/ Is my website that I built just with the knowledge from Codeacademy. My HTML / CSS knowledge is all self-taught as I've never attended a web design class, course, etc.
Yea I would like to learn, so that I can achieve my goal in the OP. I will start looking into that site. Thanks Victory :smile:
 
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If you want to get started in making a website then don't put any money into it until you are confident with your ability. The best thing to do IMO is the way I started.

Using this link - http://www.codotvu.com/
You can create you own free domain that can be link to weebly, tumblr and blogger. It's nice and easy to set up and doesn't take much time. If you want to make a site that is nothing but HTML then set it up with tumblr.

For getting started using code then go to here - http://www.w3schools.com/
Here you can learn to code in just about anything that you will need for your site and if you need to find something the search feature on this site is brilliant because of how vague you can be.

For an example of how a website made with tumblr looks then here - http://wonshot.co.vu/
is a site that I made ages ago to get some practice in on simple coding. It might be a bit scruffy code wise and the method of doing different things is cheep as hell but it was a start to what I have now.

If you need any help then feel free to PM me here.

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Are you saying that you want to start learning HTML / CSS?

If so then this is where I learnt to code: http://www.codecademy.com/en/tracks/web

http://victoryevo.com/ Is my website that I built just with the knowledge from Codeacademy. My HTML / CSS knowledge is all self-taught as I've never attended a web design class, course, etc.

Dude that site is impressive! currently teaching myself some more advanced HTML CSS and Javascript on that site as our college class is moving to slow, also going to teach myself Java over the next few week in order to develop an email app for android.

I would like to make a website to host flash games on, and possibly embed some emulators and roms(I've seen it done in the past)

But the issue is that, I don't know any HTML or how I can start going about this process.

What are your suggestions on how I can do this?
Codeacademy is a great site! have been recommended it by a lot of people and can recommend it myself!
and for the site your looking to make its mainly basic html and css so it shouldn't even take to long to learn!
 
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I would like to make a website to host flash games on, and possibly embed some emulators and roms(I've seen it done in the past)

But the issue is that, I don't know any HTML or how I can start going about this process.

What are your suggestions on how I can do this?
HTML:
<object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" data="flashfilename.swf" width="0" height="0">   <param name="game" value="flashfilename.swf" />   <param name="quality" value="high"/> </object>
 
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