I think that will be enough. Or there is WordPress, Bootstrap. But core coding is always effective than both them. Of course, when you know what you are doing.
If you can spare some time on graphics apps as well, that will certainly help.
A bit of React as well. Sometimes frameworks can be a real life saver. Plus React has a very large community and fan base.
Not unless you are very good at the big 3. Learn HTML, CSS and JS. Not only that, practice it, use it on live projects. Then go into Sass. And so on.
admin I'm a web developer already and use the LAMP stack with jQuery / JS etc.
Do you have to learn system administration too ? I think that would be too much for the starters, right ?
People will be happy to be able to handle things with HTML and CSS alone. Surely, you do a lot with those 2 alone.
Which are your recommended languages phenomlab
Abhi CSS and HTML on their own are of little use if you intend to write applications. Without back end languages such as PHP, your options will be limited if there is no database to hold essential variables and values.
The LAMP stack is Linux, Apache, Mysql, and PHP. If you're looking to become a developer, then you need to be proficient in an entire stack rather than just parts of it.
How long will it take to learn them all at a moderate level ? I know mastering will take years, but to do something useful, something you can sell if you have the aptitude.
Abhi after around a month of solid learning, you should have the basics. Enough to understand the fundamentals at least to get you started.
The rest comes with experience.