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Website Design & HTML Learning

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by Roni3381, Feb 19, 2013.

  1. Raghu Kanchiraju

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    After finishing Codeacademy, one can go to places like Nettuts, SmashingMagazine, AListApart for advanced discourses on Web Design/Development.
    SEMrush
     
    Raghu Kanchiraju, Feb 24, 2013 IP
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    #22

    Yes, they are that bad. It's the general consensus of the development community as a whole.
     
    TheHappyPeanut, Feb 26, 2013 IP
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    jimarmstrong79 Peon

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    From my point of view http://www.w3schools.com/ is the best website to learn web languages. It gives you knowledge step by step with example and the main thing is you can edit that example online and see the result instantly. So you will work on Theory and Practical at the same time.
     
    jimarmstrong79, Feb 26, 2013 IP
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    GMF Well-Known Member

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    No they are certainly not (anymore). They are not 100%, but they try to improve.

    Go to w3fools and look at the stricken out links - Seems like the guys from w3school are willing to work on their mistakes.


    If this is really the consensus of the whole development community, then the whole community should take a second look at w3schools (and w3fools, last update was December 2012) and re-evaluate.
     
    GMF, Feb 27, 2013 IP
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    I would suggest searching youtube. You can pick up the ones you like and its free.
     
    anamul, Feb 27, 2013 IP
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    I would suggest w3schools for html. It is the best resource fro learning html as a beginner.
     
    TestingWhiz1, Feb 27, 2013 IP
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    If you want to learn html and css never use any WYSIWYG editors. Last year I extensively used Dreamveaver but I realized it was too big and not worth using it. This year I have started with notepad++ but I have afterwards found much better editor, also free, Bluefish. It is really good. You can use it for most script languages including Javascript and php, not mentioning html and css as basics. I think it the best html and css free editor at the moment. It supports HTML5 and CSS3.
    For image editing I use Photoshop although I have lately found free replacement for Photoshop which has the most functions of Photoshop and it is GIMP v2.8.4 (latest version). I strongly recommend this.
     
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    I need some web tutorial site.
     
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    I need some HTML5 web tutorial site. can you help ?
     
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    I welcome to your post, which can help website making.
     
    noyon, Feb 28, 2013 IP
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    i think better to go for a codeacademy for learning html, CSS and javascript. A well organized tutorials with real world examples.
     
    Emma Jones, Mar 1, 2013 IP
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    I have been taking eyes over this thread from last few days. Most of the members are sharing their views and suggest many resources for learning web design courses. After comparing all those sites, I found no one is like w3schools.com. This is the best one!
     
    John325, Mar 1, 2013 IP
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    Youtube tutorials and your own practice are the best school for you. "Practice makes you perfect"
     
    richardm55, Mar 2, 2013 IP
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    I want to suggest you to use W3school tutorial site the one of the best source for learning HTML. Its provide good guideline

    of all subject with good detail so you can easily understanding all coding and all HTML tags. I also used it to learn HTML.

    Best part about the site is you can parctice the code then and there itself.

    HTML itself is very simple. It's one of the easiest things you can learn. But it won't take you all that far in web design.

    Essentially, HTML is a set of tags that you use to tell a web browser what kinds of contents you have.
     
    a1technology, Apr 17, 2013 IP
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    For Me w3school is the best website to learn website designing and html basics.
     
    rajnish, Apr 17, 2013 IP
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    Practice is the best school!!! I have read a couple of books about joomla but when I started to build my website up myself I faced all real problems and I was looking for solutions in google and forums.
     
    richardm55, Apr 17, 2013 IP
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    Just in case anyone gets confused, the link is actually codecademy.com. I agree though, it's a fantastic resource for learning the basics. The steps are broken up really well and it's very easy to follow along. Plus it's free, which is always nice.
     
    shannon86, Apr 17, 2013 IP
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    I started from www.w3schools.com, then some tutorials and practice all the time.
     
    Xandra Tabilon, Apr 17, 2013 IP
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    The w3schools.com is such a brilliant place, that it will solve all of your learning requirements. Start with it.
     
    goldenprince000, Apr 21, 2013 IP
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    http://www.tizag.com is best for all language including html/css/php/javascripts !

    Good Luck :)
     
    Techking, Apr 21, 2013 IP