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Where to learn DIV and CSS

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by Nima, Dec 16, 2006.

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    Hey,
    I'm redesigning my website and I want to do it with DIV and CSS.

    I do use CSS for my current design so I'm mostly concerned with learning DIV.
    SEMrush
    Where is a good place to start learning? Any suggestions?

    Thanks
    NIma
     
    Nima, Dec 16, 2006 IP
    SEMrush
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    Nima Well-Known Member

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    I don't want tutorials on CSS, rather DIV.

    I did search google, but i was wondering if any of them have better explanations that you guys know about
     
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    #7
    ndesign-studio.com/resources/dreamweaver/basic-css-tableless/

    really basic though, if you just start with divs it could be usefull
     
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    kk5st Prominent Member

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    The subject you really want is html. For css to work properly and well requires well structured, semantic and well formed html. For people moving from table based pages to a more correct use of css for layout, the most difficult part seems to be relearning the proper use of html. A table based page's html cannot be well structured nor semantic; though it can be well formed (valid).

    The div element is simply a container for other elements that are to be treated as a group. It is semantically neutral, so should not be used to mark up content. That's what the semantic tags are for.

    cheers,

    gary
     
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    I started learning CSS and other fundamentals in web here, great site.

    Also try this for advance users:

    www.w3c.org

    Another tip: Participate in forums, there are advices that can help you increase your level in web design
     
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    Nima Well-Known Member

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    I'm trying to re-design my website (Blacksburg Poker). Besides the new look I am giving it, I want it to be mostly with CSS and DIV.

    Any suggestions are welcome.

    Right now Im stuck in getting the left menu to be at the right place.

    I want to use DIVs so that I can have the content of each web page above everything else (in coding) but of course that wouldn't be the case in the design.

    Thanks
    Nima
     
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    tizag.com is a great place to start out =)
     
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    Having such links for startup... try getting an ready DIV-CSS site for study... practical teaches more..
     
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    buy a book, it's so much easier to read than a screen!
     
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    w3schools is the better place to learn about it, or for more deep, Google is BEST to search
     
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