It is not wrong to ask questions, but I would encourage people to try and solve the problem on their own or with existing web resources first.
You can actually learn other things that might come in handy another time, while searching for the solution to a problem you have . The manual also covers a lot of things.
Imo it is good to formulate questions in a way that makes them more generally appliable to different scenarios. Good questions imo are ones that apply to many different scenarios and focus on one specific point instead of a wide system of interwoven interactions, thats only applyable to a very specific project you might be working on. It certainly takes skill/experience to isolate and describe a problem as naked as it can be. This is not meant for the opening poster of this topic, but more a general comment about asking coding questions.