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    Site point offers free resources

    Hi,

    Does Site point offers good resources for people like me wants to knows in making website or developing website?...I mean tutorials like HTML,CSS,PHP,AJAX etc..so that it can easily for us to learn.
    for example like learning HTML there is category how to use all the html tags,attributes etc...

    Thank you in advance.

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    Hi jemz.

    SitePoint has books you can buy, courses you can take, and online HTML, CSS and JavaScript references. And you can learn a lot in these forums, too—by engaging discussions and reading the sticky threads in each forum.

    Lots to help you.

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    Hi, thank you for the reply but do you have offline tutorial same tutorial you have in online HTML, CSS and JavaScript references.?

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    The books would be the closest thing to an offline tutorial that SP has.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jemz View Post
    Hi, thank you for the reply but do you have offline tutorial same tutorial you have in online HTML, CSS and JavaScript references.?
    The HTML and CSS references are available in book form at SitePoint. (I would have linked to them in the SitePoint bookstore if I could have found them. )

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveMaxwell View Post
    The books would be the closest thing to an offline tutorial that SP has.
    Is that book are free?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jemz View Post
    Is that book are free?
    No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph.m View Post
    No.
    Hi,okay...I hope someone can generate offline tutorial the same as the online tutorial.because i have no money to buy book.

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    What's the problem with the online version?

    You could perhaps check your local library. If they don't have the books, they may be willing to order them in.

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    Or look for second-hand copies. You can often get these very cheaply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph.m View Post
    What's the problem with the online version?

    You could perhaps check your local library. If they don't have the books, they may be willing to order them in.
    Hi,There is no wrong in online version...but how can i view the online if i am not connected to the internet.i am just using cyber cafe 3 to 5 hrs.

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    I guess the real question is really about what you need to achieve here. The references are handy, but it's good to have the overview that an introductory book would give you. If you don't have a lot of money, go to a library, or check out second hand books, as Technobear suggested.

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    Okay, Thank you for the advice.


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