Yes, I'm in need of direction or guidance for my web development learning path. I want to become a full fledged web developer, and hopefully earn a living in web development within a year or two...so I definitely need to learn this fast!
I've been teaching myself HTML and CSS for about the past couple weeks, and I'm making good progress. However, I'm starting to feel a little overwhelmed by the ever growing mountain of required knowledge I'm going to have to possess in order to do this as a profession.
I've already made my own local website using the HTML and CSS I've learned, which I thought was a good start. Then I learned that all I'm creating are static web pages, which from my understanding really aren't in use anymore, at least in a professional manner.
This all seems like a ton of stuff I'm going to have to learn, which is cool, but I need sort of a checklist I follow so I don't get burnt out with too much information, or just get sidetracked with stuff I'm not ready for.
Any help would be appreciated here. I understand that this is a pretty large undertaking...I just need an order of operations to follow here so I can build a solid foundation.