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    About HTML And CSS

    How learn to web design specially HTML and CSS?

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    one of my best website w3schools.com
    for best video tutorial Linda.com I learn a lot from there.
    Self study with webdesign program like dreamweaver with your installed server like WMAP are good choices also.

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    I would have to disagree with you about w3schools. www.w3fools.com explains why.

    There are plenty of good resources available, some of which are listed on the w3fools site. You could try:
    http://www.htmldog.com/guides/
    http://www.iraqtimeline.com/maxdesign/basicdesign/
    http://www.w3.org/community/webed/wiki/Main_Page

    The SitePoint Reference is very helpful.

    https://learnable.com/ is also well worth considering.

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    If you are fresher then w3schools is best option for learn html and css.

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    Quote Originally Posted by softwaretesting View Post
    If you are fresher then w3schools is best option for learn html and css.
    you mean WORST - that site teaches how to write for Netscape 4 and earlier and not for modern browsers.

    That site is partly responsible for so many people creating their web pages using HTML 3.2 even now.
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    w3schools.com and quackit.com are where I learnt my HTML and CSS. In addition to tonnes and tonnes of practice

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    I think the best way to learn HTML and CSS is to first learn it from a website that teaches you how to code, like Code Academy.

    When you're finished with Code Academy, choose a website that you like an try to copy it. Ignore anything about responsive design etc for now, you will get to it later. Learn to write proper HTML markups, use floats in CSS and other important properties. I've made a small list of important CSS properties over at my blog

    My blog shares information about learning web design and I explained most HTML and CSS items that I feel are extremely important. You can find it at http://www.zell-weekeat.com if you are interested.

    Whatever you do, just dont give up.

    Good luck!

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    1) Search google for html/css course or e books
    2) Visit a store and get few books and read them
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    hi ,if you learn html and css means, easy way is http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp .. use this website ... this is very understanding to begineers

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    Search no Google

    Search on Google and you will get more result for online tutorials.

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    There are a lot of sites where you can learn about HTML and CSS. W3schools is the site provide online tutorials for every language. Otherwise search it on google for more online tutorials.


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