I learnt HTML, CSS and JS a few years ago with the intention of going freelance as a developer, and although I'm not there yet I still try and keep up to date with the industry via newsletters and the like, and the passion is still very much there.
I was recently approached by a local non-profit charity to create a website for them for free. The site needs to be developed before an upcoming event, which is in under a month, **which means that learning whole new languages is out**. The content will be largely basic - **the most complicated it will get is probably hosting some videos and taking payment for donations, but it's highly important that the end product looks beautiful and modern**.
I don't feel like I'm technically incapable of the task since I do a lot of both design work and command-line tinkering in my day-to-day - my problem is that with the current state of web dev being as breakneck and fragmented as it is, I'm simply overwhelmed as to where to start.
2. Do I need a front-end framework?
3. I've never actually taken a website live before, so where do I even start with the back-end?
4. Are there any other considerations I may need to take into mind?
I'd really appreciate being brought up to speed here and pointed in the right direction. Thanks in advance.
Edited by Hashim, 06 May 2019 - 01:07.