I stopped modding ever since my drive got burnt out. It is so sad and I actually am busy in real life. I hope at least as I leave modding, many will rise like me lol joke. I mean I hope I inspired a lot of people here at GB to continue doing skins and mods.
Lol I just opened GB for checking my files and notifications.
and about other mods I've been supporting, I am sorry. I lost my account at moddb and other sites and I don't know why. I tried to muster the courage to talk to all of you, but this is all I can get, only here will I post my reason to leave.
I would get back to modding again, once I get to be rich ofc so I don't have to worry about jobs and stuff.
The best tutor is you, yourself. It is more important to learn how to learn; improper methods of teaching/learning are one of the major reasons why people fail to learn new things.
In web development though, I'd recommend learning the basics of something, say AngularJS for example, then start making projects on it. As you work on projects, you will encounter problems, the solutions of which are usually found on the internet, primarily Stack Overflow. Then you should research every line of code that you write; you should be clear about the program that you are writing - that is a must.
Slowly things will start to make sense.
Also, in order to become good at this, after getting a good grasp on the basics, start digging into other people's code - like if you are learning CSS, it is a good idea to check out bootstrap.css code to see how it is written. You gain good insight that way.