Discussion in 'HTML Basics' started by mneylon, Jan 13, 2007.
Everyone has to start somewhere - so don't be afraid to ask for help
Also check this website out. Great help. Lots of people used it.
I found this little site very useful...you need to dig around a bit but a great starting point...covers a lot of the groundwork.
davesite.com >> can that site possibly have any more Ads and referal links??
I second w3schools. When I was in college, we learned ALL our XHTML and XML stuff from that site. I still have the book we were made buy right beside me and it's nothing compared to w3schools.
It's a good site if you just want to brush up on programming knowledge also.
when i started i got the book html for dummies online its great to get you going , ive since went way beyond that and took college classes for php . asp ect... so it helped inspire me
I've just started ma new classes of HTML but not getting much from that.. so can u please help me or suggest me something online HTML book stores on internet...
I started out with reading "Build Your Own Web Site The Right Way Using HTML & CSS" . Excellent book and covers all basic of html/css.
I "third" w3Schools, xD That's where I started learning it all,
First, I read the contents of the website then followed the basic steps with my computer/notepad and now I'm building websites and designing web pages,
I know a lot thing about html by a useful website.
This site is very helpful
many people use to learn html by this site.
site url is here :
What are HTML uses and functions? | Techyv.com
w3schools is how I learned. Be patient and learn as much as you can cause HTML isn't going away as long as websites stay alive.
I will go for the W3schools, their courses are very simple to understand specially the html course, but you can find more free courses on the web doing a little search.
w3schools is a good place to start for anyone just starting out in coding, they have working examples you can try out also
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