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How to learn HTML CSS!

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by chronocommando, Jul 16, 2009.

  1. Dave88

    Dave88 Peon

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    #41
    buy some books...and practice it not just reading it...
    SEMrush
     
    Dave88, Jul 30, 2009 IP
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  2. -X- Manager

    -X- Manager Greenhorn

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  3. bass

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    #43
    I will try to learn it!
     
    bass, Jul 31, 2009 IP
  4. Sheikh Ahsan

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    #44
    CSS is not a big thing just to put style I dont think so it will take a lmuch time to learn it. you just need to be a bit active and you can simply do it. HTML is a lanugage and u need time to learn it. Basically dreamweavers do all for you but its better if you know HTML as its a plus point and u can watch mistakes and edit your coding. I repeat CSS is just for styles nothing else! Try youtube and you will get to know both in few days!
     
    Sheikh Ahsan, Aug 1, 2009 IP
  5. wpcorner

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    #45
    I'm only 16 years old and I already know how to code html/css,
    I only used tutorials on the websites and experimenting on it
     
    wpcorner, Aug 1, 2009 IP
  6. igordr

    igordr Greenhorn

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    #46
    Learn from w3school basic things, than download some css templates and try to edit it, then you will be able to create your template !
     
    igordr, Aug 1, 2009 IP
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    #47
    +1 for w3schools.com.

    Defiantly the best place to begin learning.
     
    neddyy, Aug 2, 2009 IP
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    #48
    Look out for free online tutorials - search using google. It require practice but you can learn on your own
     
    miteshrami, Aug 2, 2009 IP
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    #49
    Learn from very basic page, search internet for tutorial, I took 2 month to build my site with dreamweaver.
     
    similikiti65, Aug 2, 2009 IP
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    #50
    w3schools.com is lagest site you need
     
    beotron, Aug 3, 2009 IP
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    #51
    Exactly how I started too.

    No books whatsoever, just look through other code and play around with it long enough until you kinda know what your doing, then it just progresses from there, every few months you'll notice the improvements your making.

    Get Wordpress installed and upload a variety of themes to tinker with, it doesn't matter if you nonce everything up as you can just move on to the next theme and try something different.

    Themes from Brian Gardner are a good starting point to learn more about html/css/php etc...
     
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  12. toycat

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    #52
    emphasis on ^

    Just spend a few hours learning, they're pretty simple "entry level" languages
     
    toycat, Aug 3, 2009 IP
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    #53
    I did something similar. I studied other people's code and messed around with different things until it did what I wanted (and I understood what each command did). From there, I started doing my own with trial and errors.

    I tried looking at websites, but ended up using them more to figure out syntax than anything else.
     
    peterorion, Aug 3, 2009 IP
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    w3schools is the best resource for syntax imo, if you really want to learn how, then flip through forums and see some real xhtml/css code samples. :p
     
    Sapphiro, Aug 3, 2009 IP
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    The above is a good resource but what I found worked best for me is to download some free HTML/CSS templates and just play around with them in dreamweaver
     
    EnhanceSEO, Aug 4, 2009 IP
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    #56
    This is a great guide. I have only minimal experience with HTML but I'm looking to build a website. These tutorials seem to be a great starting point, but I'm sure that once I get the hang of these concepts I will need to do a lot more reading to create a full-blown, good looking site.
     
    DigitalView, Aug 4, 2009 IP
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    #57
    if you want to learn, here is the good website to start:
    w3schools.com
     
    johnsebastian777, Aug 4, 2009 IP
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    In addition W3Schools you can also learn from Sitepoint
     
    DOCtriN, Aug 4, 2009 IP
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    #60
    many online tutorials are available on the internet - like w3schools
    google for "html tutorials", and 100s of results are avaialable
    Apart from them, free video lectures and webinars are also there, to make the learning more interactive.
     
    yodayoz, Aug 5, 2009 IP