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    How to learn html css?


    i want to learn HTML CSS DHTML, can anybody suggest any tutorial site or i have to get books to learn, if books are preferable then which books??
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    Tizag.com seems to be a fairly good place to start.
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    HTML & CSS: Design and Build Web Sites [Paperback]
    Jon Duckett (Author)


    Is an excellent book to teach all you need to know about HTML and CSS. I'd concentrate on this first before delving into DHTML (i.e. JavaScript).

    I like tutorials point for JavaScript, and the other topics. However, like most similar sites, they are not always kept up to date

    Most people are in favour of w3schools. It's very useful but, again, is not always fully up to date.
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    Best tutorials at W3C


    Originally Posted by HanneMercouffer
    i want to learn HTML CSS DHTML, can anybody suggest any tutorial site or i have to get books to learn, if books are preferable then which books??
    right here:

    google on this : w3c tutorials
    Last edited by Kravvitz; August 29th, 2012 at 10:54 PM.
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    Welcome to DevShed Forums, Hanne and Noah.

    Here are some of the best resources for beginners that I'm aware of:

    Learn HTML and CSS: An Absolute Beginner's Guide
    http://www.htmldog.com/
    Bulletproof HTML: 37 Steps to Perfect Markup
    http://www.w3.org/community/webed/wiki/HTML/Elements
    http://www.cssbasics.com/
    http://www.css-101.org/
    Integrated Web Design: CSS Beyond the Retrofit
    Web Design 101 Articles
    http://www.cssnewbie.com/
    BrainJar.com: Using Style Sheets
    http://css.maxdesign.com.au/
    http://css-tricks.com/

    Originally Posted by Noah.Solodky
    right here:

    google on this : w3c tutorials
    Noah, did you mean http://www.w3.org/2002/03/tutorials.html?

    Originally Posted by AndrewSW
    Most people are in favour of w3schools. It's very useful but, again, is not always fully up to date.
    Andrew, please don't recommend w3schools.com. If anyone cares why, read this: W3Fools: A W3Schools Intervention
    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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    Thanks you all for sharing useful links and informations.
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    @Kravvitz

    Andrew, please don't recommend w3schools.com.
    I was in two minds. I thought if I don't mention it someone else will, which is why I wanted to attach the proviso that it "is not always fully up to date".

    Only recently someone referenced them (calling them w3c!) and I pointed out that their information was "wrong" or, at a minimum, incomplete.

    I do still use their site occasionally - as it appears first! - but I ALWAYS cross-reference it.
    Last edited by AndrewSW; September 8th, 2012 at 07:42 AM.
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    Join some institute where you can learn HTML basics, once you are done can join some software house implementing software development. It will be beneficial for you to learn lot of HTML / CSS professional code.
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    Basic HTML


    you learn fist basic HTML and These tutorials are set up so you can move through them over a week's time. One tutorial per day. However, if you can go faster, do it! Some have told me that they finished the primers in a day. Good luck.

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