I am posting this on behalf of a member that PM'd me so that we can all weigh in.
I have been making web pages for quite awhile, but just simple, insignificant things. I feel that it is time to quit mousing around and get serious about it!
Out of all the great resources available on this site could you recommend which ones and in what order I should study to learn how to make decent, close to state-of-the-art, web pages.
I know that this won't be an over-night task which is why I would like some advice and suggestions so I don't waste my time studying outmoded or superseded subjects.
Just assume I know very little except the names of a few things, like HTML, CSS, PHP, etc. I would probably benefit from a review of things a already am slightly familiar with!
Thank you very much!
P.S. Please feel free to post this, and your response, in any area of the site where you think it might be of benefit to others!
We have a couple of excellent beginners books. I think the route I'd take would be
That is the SitePoint route. For the best value for money, sign up for Learnable and you'll get access to all of these titles, plus many more books and courses. You can do a 14 day free trial. More info on that and pricing here.
I'm sure other people have lots of other non-SitePoint approaches, so I've opened this thread so that they can advise, and then you can weigh up the options.
I hope that helps.