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Where are the best to learn HTML and CSS for Beginners?

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08-18-2012, 09:12 AM
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Where are the best to learn HTML and CSS for Beginners?
who know tell me, please! thsk

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1. buy this book: http://www.amazon.co.uk/HTML-CSS-Des.../dp/1118008189
2. read it
3. practice
4. repeat as necessary

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I learnt both HTML and CSS in a week by using http://www.codeacademy.com

Unlike reading a book , it's all interactive and exercise based. Also a great community , so if you have an issue , it's likely someone before you has had it so all the answers and aid can be found in the forums.

Hope it helps you as much as it did me!

Valdis

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I think w3schools web site is a best place to learn web programming and designing.

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Treehouse. It's an online school for everything web design and development. They even have an expanding photoshop lesson plan and their videos are amazing! check them out <URL snipped>

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search on youtube

html is relatively simple to learn

go for html5

dont just listen to videos. download dreamviewer and perform the steps at the same time

if you do try it its relatively simple

youtube has lot of videos

w3school is also good website to learn

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accouding to Web Top Ten, the ten best websites to learn website development are:
1)w3schools.com
2)Lynda.com
3) net.tutsplus.com
4)Codeschool.com
5)CodeAcademy.com
6)Pluralsight.com
7)Mozilla Developer Network
8) TeamTreeHouse.com
9)Sitepoint.com
10) toturialspoint.com

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Originally Posted by david_of_makurl View Post
accouding to Web Top Ten, the ten best websites to learn website development are:
1)w3schools.com
2)Lynda.com
3) net.tutsplus.com
4)Codeschool.com
5)CodeAcademy.com
6)Pluralsight.com
7)Mozilla Developer Network
8) TeamTreeHouse.com
9)Sitepoint.com
10) toturialspoint.com
That's a great list , i've used w3schools a dozen times.... but if you really want to learn html and css, you should combine those websites and just go program in your spare time... and try things out... go try to make some great designs and make mistakes... you learn the most of making mistakes and fixing them

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This http://www.w3.org/Style/Examples/011/firstcss.en.html is the good one step by step tutorial.

Good luck!

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