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    Hey

    Does anyone have any good tutorials I could read that show in a little more detail how to develop websites? from organization, to technologies, to coding practices, etc etc?

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    http://www.w3schools.com/

    Other then that I would suggest going to Barnes & Noble and reading through the books there. If you're completely new I would suggest reading HTML to begin with then getting into CSS. If you're looking for coding rather then mark up languages I would suggest Javascript then JQuery and php.
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    web design and development tutorials


    Originally Posted by truetaurus
    Hey

    Does anyone have any good tutorials I could read that show in a little more detail how to develop websites? from organization, to technologies, to coding practices, etc etc?

    thanks
    - W3schools.com is the best
    - Lydia.com
    - Smashing Magazine - Design
    - Tut Design
    - try youtube a little
    - AgencyCouture.com
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    I agree, w3schools.com is really a good site to start learning.
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