There is a whole bunch of threads on here if you search in regards to fertilizers. Personally, because I am a shrimp keeper, I don't do any fertilizer dosing like some do known as EI dosing. (Estimative Index) It is too complicated for me , so I go with RootMedic Liquid Fertilizers where all I have to do is pump in my fertilizers instead of precisely measuring them. RM is a sponsor of our beloved site. There are tons of people that have a better understanding of all the fertilizing over me. I just don't really do it, so using RM's Macro and Micro liquid nutrients was my way to go.
There's a few more, and I am sure someone will post some links for you.
And honestly, lighting really can't be told until you make the choice of what type of flora you will be using and what not. For me, outside of my HC and UG, I keep all my plants easier to care for, because like I said, I don't really do the whole fertilizer thing, and I would just end up with melted plants if I went for something more high demand. Outside of those two carpeting plants, all I have is fissidens fontanus, flame moss, xmas moss, peacock moss, mini pellia, petite anubias, trident & narrowleaf java fern and subwassertang. For me, these plants are all low demand in my experience. Generally speaking, most stem plants are high demand, however, there are some like wisteria that isn't so demanding.
There's a ton more, and too much to list. Your best bet is to search through all of the forum categories. Most of your questions can be answered.