This site is aimed at professionals, but no, it's not really for professionals only. Very basic questions, if well asked, actually get a lot of support and responses here. The key part is well asked. Very simple questions like What is Voltage and What is charge have gotten a lot of responses, and a lot of time spent by professionals here attempting to write accessible answers.
It's perfectly fine to be ignorant, but never to be stupid. If you don't really understand how voltage, current, and resistance relate, that's OK. However, then ask about that, after doing at least basic due diligence on your own. The question then should be specific points of confusion you have after the due diligence.
On the flip side, it's not OK to throw voltage and current and resistance around in a question about something else when you don't understand them. Trying to save face by pretending to know something will just make you look stupid and rightly get tarred and feathered..
This is also unapologetically an engineering site, and we expect people to understand the basic methodologies of engineering (having nothing specifically to do with electronics) and communicate properly within that context. Hand waving and being sloppy with units is not acceptable. Having to teach people how use units properly and specify real numbers instead of "low" or "many" is too far off this site's purpose to be tolerable. If you're going to ask about why the voltage stayed low for a long time when a resistor of 300 was connected "on" the output, then no, you don't belong here.
Sloppily written questions are also not welcome here. We don't tolerate text-speak and disregard for very basic rules of the language, like capitalizing the first letter of sentences and the word "I". If you wouldn't hand it in as homework, it doesn't belong here either.