If you guys can give me any links or if you share your experience it will be great help.
The following book I've found to be useful when teaching others how to code HTML and CSS
i have just finish reading this book i can recommended for you
That's going to depend entirely on how much experience you have with using HTML (or XHTML) as a semantic structural markup language.
I do not recommend w3schools.com - the code is outdated, was obsolete when the site was published, and actually promotes bad practices that will cause a lot more problems than it appears to solve.
Not push our own barrow, but SitePoint has a very good css reference
My friend, who recently started using css, found the CSS Anthology by sitepoint very useful. He got the main points from the book, such as the navigations, and played around with them, to create different structures based on what he had already learned from the book. Mastering the language requires a great deal of practice, and playing around with the code itself. A book alone can never teach you, however it does give you a very good starting point.
ya I have listed all the resources you mentioned here, and i will avoid W3school and try other updated resources.
I am also using CSS Anthology and will work hard to make myself a good web developer
w3c: HTML Homepage -- aka, The Fine Manual
w3c: CSS Homepage -- another The Fine Manual
sitepoint: CSS Book Advice -- thread on book recommendations
sitepoint: CSS FAQ - How to...... -- most excellent list of Frequently Asked Questions (with answers)
satzansatz: hasLayout -- all about hasLayout, the cause of 99% of problems in ie
pie: Conditional Comments -- how to use conditional comments for cross-browser code
sitepoint: XHTML Tutorials -- articles on xhtml, css's other half
sitepoint: CSS Tutorials -- tons of css articles
search-this: CSS Articles -- advanced css articles
sitepoint: 3 equalizing columns layout -- world's longest thread on 3 column layouts (62+ pages)
pmob: CSS Examples -- by our very own css guru, PaulOB
plus here, of course: the CSS Forum :)
In addition to books and online tutorials, I recommend finding webpages with features that interest you and then studying the source code to find out how those features were accomplished. You will need both the page source HTML and the CSS, which may be part of the HTML page or in separate files (search the page source on ".css" to locate them).
Bear in mind that other people's code is protected by copyright: you may make copies for personal study, but you must not copy directly into files that you make public on the Internet without permission of the copyright holder.
Thanks a lot guys above resource are very helpful and i can use them a lot.
I have another question,
I want to know what the difference between Web developer and Web Designer, because i don't want to be a designer, I want to be a developer/coder.
So i am actually little confused about my future.