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    Also I am new on webdesign section. I can not suggest you strongly. But I recommend w3schools.com. It is a better learning platform with so many tutorials. Also you can check your coding instantly with w3schools.com. And lynda.com is great for video tutorials. But you may need to pay $$$ to download videos from lynda.com.
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    Originally Posted by James_Smith
    Hi Blasteryui,

    Learning anything is so much easy but we get perfection and confidence only when we are done lots of practice upon it. Here, i will recommend you youtube where you are able to watch and listen web design tutorial and anything else related to it.
    I know you can use youtube just don't know what I would search and learn first. Debating if I should pay for this one which was mentioned earlier, think it's worth it?

    learnable(dot)com/courses/build-your-first-website-getting-started-with-html-css-2279
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    Originally Posted by blasteryui
    So many answers :P so HTML and CSS are just for web design? You're not actually creating a website? PHP and Mysql are for actually having a site running? Now I'm really confusedo n where to start
    Html is first ste you go wen you whant lear about web dizajn.
    Then you learn about css, and hav to make web pages with css. This is for look onlie. And for your understanding what whic code is mean to be. Then you learn little about php and mysql so you can make sql databases on which you will with php conect.
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    Originally Posted by Robotower
    Html is first ste you go wen you whant lear about web dizajn.
    Then you learn about css, and hav to make web pages with css. This is for look onlie. And for your understanding what whic code is mean to be. Then you learn little about php and mysql so you can make sql databases on which you will with php conect.
    Is there a Youtube video you would recommend?
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    Originally Posted by blasteryui
    Is there a Youtube video you would recommend?
    I dont know about video, i use books and read.
    Sory on bad english.
    If you whant i can see if i have some on english materials, but i nothing say will find.
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    Originally Posted by Robotower
    I dont know about video, i use books and read.
    Sory on bad english.
    If you whant i can see if i have some on english materials, but i nothing say will find.
    Sure thanks! please provide
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    Originally Posted by blasteryui
    Debating if I should pay for this one which was mentioned earlier, think it's worth it?
    It really depends on how you learn best. (Basically) some people learn fine from reading something, while others learn better by listening to something.

    I suggest you read the article (here's the link again) first and then if you're having trouble understanding some of it, ask questions here or take the course.
    Spreading knowledge, one newbie at a time.

    Check out my blog. | Learn CSS. | PHP includes | X/HTML Validator | CSS validator | Common CSS Mistakes | Common JS Mistakes

    Remember people spend most of their time on other people's sites (so don't violate web design conventions).
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    Originally Posted by blasteryui
    Sure thanks! please provide
    Hier is link to php tutorial, comunity and so on, but is on my native language, Croatian. You have some links on english, but need to search. "php . com . hr/linkovi" Put together what is in "" because i can post url.
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    Originally Posted by blasteryui
    Sure thanks! please provide
    Not buy, use free online books for begin, and tutorial.
    "scribd . com" This is good pages with lot artical and books in pdf, or word documents, youst write html, and see whic books are for free.
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    Originally Posted by RodmanB
    1st HTML Essential Training (2012) and then probably
    2nd HTML5: Structure, Syntax, and Semantics

    You need basic HTML first. Once you understand basic markup is when you need to learn the new HTML5 structure.

    Be patient, this is not something you'll learn overnight. I've been doing this for 15+ years and I still learn new things almost every day.
    Thanks man for all in detail...
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    Originally Posted by unni6849
    The online web tutorials for beginners are:

    * w3schools.com
    * davesite.com
    * tizag.com
    Please don't recommend w3schools.com. I recommend you check this out: W3Fools: A W3Schools Intervention

    Also the HTML tutorial on davesite.com seems very outdated. For example, it covers <font> elements and the "align" attribute before it even mentions a doctype. And that site is littered with advertisements.

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    The web development field offers a spread of languages from front-end development, like HTML, CSS and JavaScript, to back-end programming, like PHP, ASP and Ruby on Rails. therefore however does one begin learning a way to code?

    I want to supply a spread of nice tips about starting your journey to learning internet code. At the tip of the post, i would like to share a straightforward website structure with you to induce started in HTML and CSS.
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    first of all u do install macromedia dreamwever and on them you make your first page in html 5.
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    Originally Posted by preetisoft2
    The best place to learn HTML is W3schools.
    The worst place to learn is W3Schools, who have no affiliation or connections with W3 whatsoever. They simply get a free ride from the assumption.

    W3Schools offer code and tutorials which are outdated and/or deprecated, teach bad practices and methods and offer qualifications which are highly dubious in their standings.

    I would suggest avoiding W3Schools like the plague.

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    Hey your question about starting the HTML is good & I think that if you know about java then you can easily get know about it.

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