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How did you learn CSS and HTML?

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by Spradle, Feb 23, 2011.

  1. ameerulislam10

    ameerulislam10 Peon

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    #101
    How is that possible without a source.!
    SEMrush
     
    ameerulislam10, Apr 19, 2011 IP
    SEMrush
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    SlickWebHost Peon

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    #102
    w3schools is one of the best resources, as an editor almost anything is good as long as it has syntax-highlighting;
    also for quick tests you need to have firefox+firebug plugin;
     
    SlickWebHost, Apr 20, 2011 IP
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    chanhtong1 Guest

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    #103
    at the begin, you should visit the w3schools.com
     
    chanhtong1, Apr 20, 2011 IP
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    chanhtong1 Guest

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    #104
    not also html & css, you can learn many things in w3schools, go and check
     
    chanhtong1, Apr 20, 2011 IP
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    Virtualize Active Member

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    #105
    www.w3schools.com

    Learned a bit of HTML from there.
    And this other site that taught how to program a simple website... And learned XHTML / CSS from playing around with the codes. Don't know the website address now. :[
     
    Virtualize, Apr 20, 2011 IP
  6. jezzz

    jezzz Notable Member

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    #106
    I learned by editing tons of free web templates which are still available online! that helped me alot to make changes and play with them i used MS Frontpage 2000 in early days
     
    jezzz, Apr 20, 2011 IP
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    #107
    I learnt it from w3schoos.com
    It took more than a month to master both. Initialy I used editplus and after I switched to DreamWeaver. It is not all about learning it from books or websites, It is all about working out things. The more you try the more you learn. :cool:
     
    om39a, Apr 21, 2011 IP
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    biblesamacharam Peon

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    #108
    hi,
    i am learn to Dreamweaver cs3 use to all tools css and divs. u also practice 1 month u will design a good website in html and css
     
    biblesamacharam, Apr 21, 2011 IP
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    akashbc Active Member

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    #109
    I learned it from w3schools.com
    Which is the best easy site for learning :)
     
    akashbc, Apr 21, 2011 IP
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    #110
    w3schools was great but I preferred searching for what I wanted to do rather than depending on one site.

    Its best to first Google for guides and look through to see which one would fit you best - everyone will have a different approach on how to learn and it might just suit you better.
     
    x319, Apr 21, 2011 IP
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    cronik Well-Known Member

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    #111
    w3schools htmldog

    but nothing beats youtube... youtube is best way to learn
     
    cronik, Apr 24, 2011 IP
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    #112
    I've started to learn HTML at the end of 2003 by creating pages in MS FrontPage and then examining the source code. Shortly after (I think 2005) everyone went nuts about the web standards, probably because they started to play a more important role for search engines. By looking at pre-made web designs and by reading various tutorials (mainly W3Schools), I've started to learn CSS and HTML 4.01/XHTML 1.0. It took a lot of self-experimentation, which I think is the most effective way to learn.

    This year I've started learning HTML5 and CSS3 by converting my sites to these new standards, also by the help of W3Schools, tutorials and Google.
     
    MH-Stefan, Apr 24, 2011 IP
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    salmanshafiq Well-Known Member

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    #113
    w3schools.com is the best way to learn... HTML and CSS.
     
    salmanshafiq, Apr 24, 2011 IP
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    #114
    I think I actually starting by learning how to play around with different things on an online game, and from there I just edited free templates and played around with them to see what everything did. Mainly taught myself ;) And I'm still learning with CSS3 and HTML5, it never stops.
     
    blakeembrey, Apr 24, 2011 IP
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    #115
    I bought a book, but I hardly read it, mostly w3schools.com. Can't recall when I started learning.
     
    the-sand-man, Apr 25, 2011 IP
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    #116
    I initially used GoLive for my source editor. That is over, now I use Coda (for mac.) It does a great job. And then for those manual items, I consult with Google, and mull over dozens of examples if I'm not able to figure out something.
    For me, there has aways been some kind of issue. It's not that I don't know the codes. It's more how things conflict with each other - that has been my downfall many times!
    :cool:
     
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    chrisrodac Greenhorn

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    #117
    Hello Friends,
    Is there any site from where i can get free video tutorial for learning HTML,CSS and PHP?Please suggest me any site from where i can get free pdf books for learning
    HTML,CSS and PHP?

    Thank you!
     
    chrisrodac, Apr 25, 2011 IP
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    #118
    Chris, there are plenty of tutorials available on YouTube. Did you see those already?
     
    MH-Stefan, Apr 25, 2011 IP
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    #119
    w3schools is one of the best resources, i found that site pretty much comfortable for beginners. you can learn CSS, HTML5 here..
     
    msajidpk, Apr 26, 2011 IP
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    #120
    From books, back in 1995 for HTML and 1999 (I think) for CSS...I know now those codes by heart. I can code by hand with no source...
     
    Codythebest, Apr 26, 2011 IP