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    HTML progress

    Hello,
    After different suggestions I have started to learn HTML. I can now make bold, italic, underlines texts. Change background colors, Text colors , fonts ans font sizes etc. I can make bullet lists, borders, add image, add link etc.
    I also learnt to make radio buttons, forms , Password box, checklist and submit button.
    I know this things will seem very funny for the webmasters web designers. But I just learnt them and I am very excited about these. Now I want to go ahead. I learnt these from a tutorial DVD. And it had these things only in it.

    • Now I need some assistance to learn more.

    • I want to make a full website template using hTML.


    • Is it possible to make a fully functional website by using HTML ?


    • If possible will these templates run on Blogspot and wordpress ?


    • Can someone give examples about templates or sites that are made by html only ? (if possible to make)


    Thank you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tanjilovi View Post
    Is it possible to make a fully functional website by using HTML ?
    Yes indeed. HTML is all you need to make a functional website, but it will be pretty boring, as HTML has no style. You need CSS for that, so at a minimum, get at least a basic understanding of CSS.

    There are lots of good books out there for learning HTML and CSS. I recommend you get one and learn thee basics step by step.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ralph.m View Post
    Yes indeed. HTML is all you need to make a functional website, but it will be pretty boring, as HTML has no style. You need CSS for that, so at a minimum, get at least a basic understanding of CSS.

    There are lots of good books out there for learning HTML and CSS. I recommend you get one and learn thee basics step by step.
    Thanks. Started to learn CSS also. HTML and CSS works together. Now I understand that.
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    HTML and CSS are the backbone of any website, and as mentioned on their own both are quite boring. The books that SitePoint offer on HTML & CSS are great and will give you the foundation you need, once you've got those two languages down you can create websites that are going to be completely static, you should then look into learning a functional language to bring dynamic content to your website!

    The most popular seem to be ASP.NET and PHP and SitePoint also offers books on both those languages

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    Quote Originally Posted by behati View Post
    HTML and CSS are the backbone of any website, and as mentioned on their own both are quite boring. The books that SitePoint offer on HTML & CSS are great and will give you the foundation you need, once you've got those two languages down you can create websites that are going to be completely static, you should then look into learning a functional language to bring dynamic content to your website!

    The most popular seem to be ASP.NET and PHP and SitePoint also offers books on both those languages
    Thanks behati,
    Where to find the books os sitepoint ? Are these books free ?
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    Where to find the books os sitepoint ?
    You can find them here: http://products.sitepoint.com/

    Are these books free ?
    Yes, they are completely free once you've paid for them.

    Seriously, though, a few of them are online:

    http://reference.sitepoint.com/css

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    Is it possible to make a fully functional website by using HTML ?
    Yes, you can do it with HTML, but I recommend to use it with PHP & Javascript
    I had been learn it at: http://w3schools.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by akalanez View Post
    Is it possible to make a fully functional website by using HTML ?
    Yes, you can do it with HTML, but I recommend to use it with PHP & Javascript
    I had been learn it at: http://w3schools.com
    I really found w3schools very useful. I took many codes from this site to learn HTML. And thanks for your reply. I will these languages also,
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    I'm just going to address the question related to my field of knowledge.

    Quote Originally Posted by tanjilovi View Post
    • If possible will these templates run on Blogspot and wordpress ?
    Yes. You will need, however, to know CSS as well, and also learn how the theming system of Blogspot / WordPress works (which often proves to be rather easy, as long as you're proficient in HTML, CSS, and understand a little bit of PHP).

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    You have to watch out for w3schools. http://w3fools.com/


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