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Posted 22 November 2012 - 02:22
Posted 22 November 2012 - 02:53
Posted 22 November 2012 - 18:35
Actually I am a bit confused if using this W3 website is any good due to this contradiction.
Start here and work your way to the end: http://www.w3schools...html5_intro.asp
Yes, this is the order how I am considering so far.
Start with HTML, then CSS.
Then PHP and MySQL.
http://teamtreehouse.com/ is probably a good place to start.
Thanks a lot for the full time job reply
Books is still a good way to learn. Here's an okay free book http://diveintohtml5.info/. It's a good start and it's free.
Blogs like this one http://www.alsacreations.com/ is a good way too. It's a french blog but i'm sure you can find good ones in english too.
I highly recommend you to read this site : http://movethewebforward.org/.
Start with html5 and css3. No it's not final but it's better to start now. Just be sure to realise what you can use today and what you can't. The web site http://html5please.com/ is a good ressource to know what to use and what to avoid and which fallback/polyfill is avalaible. Html is not as easy as it looks like. Unless you want to create web sites with div, span and table everywhere (i would not hire you) you need to know all tags and their meaning. When you get into wai, aria roles and proper use of tags it can get daunting quickly.
Then you can learn the language/framework of your choise. The best is to know all the popular ones. But it takes time. I think php is a good start. It's widely used, has a very good online documentation and the community is great and helpful.
I highly recommend Aptana Studio.
Firefox with those plugins (Web Developer, Firebug, httpfox, agent switcher, colorzilla). Learn to use Firebug DOM inspector and Javscript debugger. It will save you A LOT of time.
Here's some links to help.
http://www.htmlcodetutorial.com/ (sorta outdated but well the quick list is still nice)
There's many other good ressources but i'm not on my work computer right now so can't remember all of them. But dig and you'll find them.
Here's my advise. Don't waste your time looking at html, css and js code you'll find online. 90% of the web sites out there are badly coded. Read blogs and books by people who know what they are doing.
What could be the right source then?
Don't waste your time looking at html, css and js code you'll find online. 90% of the web sites out there are badly coded. Read blogs and books by people who know what they are doing.
I am really feel confused about this W3 website.
don't use W3CSchools
use this http://www.webplatform.org/
Posted 22 November 2012 - 21:42
The most important part in your reply is this part What could be the right source then?
Posted 22 November 2012 - 23:19
Posted 22 November 2012 - 23:41
Posted 28 November 2012 - 03:51
Can't believe no one suggested codecademy.com
Posted 28 November 2012 - 18:51