There are indeed a ton of learning resources for Python. Probably the number 1 community recommendation for several years has been Learn Python the Hard Way, which is a very example-oriented approach focused on getting you to write a lot of code early.
That said, this and most other Python language tutorials will not get you close to “developing a website,” because that is a fairly specific application, whereas Python is a general-purpose language. You might need to get a little more specific about what you want to accomplish, and then pick a Python-based framework that is designed to aid with that particular goal.
- If you want to build a personal website with text, images and hyperlinks, you may want to look into the Pelican static site generator.
- If you want to build a full-featured web application in Python (where users sign into a profile and perform actions that change the state of things), you might want to explore the Django web framework.
- If you want to build a service that another application would communicate with over the internet, you might want to consider a lightweight tool like Hug.
That said, learning the basics of a language is really helpful in understanding any of the tools that you adopt later, so if you have the time, I’d give your general-purpose learning as much attention as you can in the early going.