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    Sup all my friends at site point? Well i bought this awesome reference book on html (html4 for the world wide web), i just wanted to know, should i start coding immediatly with my new book by my side or should i read the book and learn all the tags before i start?

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    Start coding! You'll do better if you experiment along the way. It would be a lot harder to just read the book and start working anyway.

    Happy coding!

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    all computer books are there to refer to as you go along...start codin.

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    Start coding, and experiment as you go along, dont spend to much time, just make a test site to make sure you understand how something works. It helps you remember.
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    No, No. Before you start coding, roughly read the books first. It helps you understanding what HTML can do and can't do. Otherwise, you will find difficulty in planning stage, and may need a lot of modification afterwards.
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    Originally posted by Addto
    No, No. Before you start coding, roughly read the books first. It helps you understanding what HTML can do and can't do. Otherwise, you will find difficulty in planning stage, and may need a lot of modification afterwards.
    ...modification afterwards??man, thats normal!

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    Read a bit first so you get the jist (if that's even a real word). Then start coding and see how far you get before having to go back to the book. I always find it better to learn stuff that way.

    Having the book by your side makes things to easy if you get stuck

    rgds,

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    definitely get coding......

    HTML is pretty easy, and you shouldn't have much trouble catching on. When you learn a new tag, try it out before reading further!

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