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Learning html !!!

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07-11-2012, 08:43 PM
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How can I learn html as a professionally , is there any site in online where I will get my desire things about HTML?

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There are many sites from which you may learn much from. w3schools.com is a good resource but I'd suggest you get a book and learn from that. It all depends on your preferred method of learning but I believe a book is better for novices. Once you're comfortable with HTML begin learning from the internet. Then, you can learn just about anything without necessarily purchasing a book. It all depends on you. Google is our best friend!

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You can learn HTML video tutorials from YouTube.

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Also be sure to check alot of examples and live webpages when you see it in an actual webpage it becomes way more clear!

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There are many online site to learn HTML. W3School.com is the best online site to learn HTML. You can also visit the site myhtmltutorials.com/line.html.
Not only online tutorial makes you expert in HTML but also you have to follow some good writer book.

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http://www.w3schools.com is the best website to begin. You should begin with it.

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http://www.udemy.com - Register there for free and you will find a lot of free courses to learn html, xhtml, css.

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if you don't mind reading then www.w3schools.com or any website like this is better. But i were you i would rather prefer to learn HTML through video tutorials. youtube can become a great tool for your query.

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If you find it difficult flicking back and forth on screen between tutorials and your learning projects, you might find a 'real' book useful.

this is the best beginners HTML & CSS book I've found in my 15 years as a web designer: http://www.amazon.com/dp/1118008189/

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