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Learning CSS & HTML

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10-01-2012, 05:23 AM
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Hi All,

Ii have started learning CSS and HTML coding recently can anyone give me some tips on how to learn and remember this codes. Though I am using dreamweaver can anyone give suggestions how to do these in simple ways.

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Read some E-books, there are many books can teach you how to learn CSS and HTML5, it's very perfect source to learn. In addition you can search in Youtube if you cant buy or find some E-books

PM if you want me shear you some books !

Good Luck

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Devika, before you start css/xhtml you need to have some understanding of divs and their structure, you need to understand the properties of CSS which is what.

The best and fastest way is to download some sample and easy HTMLed pages online and then view it and just try to play around by chaning the css properties, another way is to visit maxdesign.com.au, or cssgarden, zen garden.

This is the fastest and safest way to kick start your css/xhtml lesson.

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you can also buy a HTML/CSS/PHP book for beginners, this worked for me

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As everyone suggest get some e-books ,such as css &Html for dummies 5 or html and css made easy. Until you get the books W3schools is a great reference to use for both css properties and html tags. Good luck on your learning process

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this is the best book for learning HTML & CSS http://www.amazon.co.uk/HTML-CSS-Des.../dp/1118008189

I give it to all our new designers / developers

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Try to practise! It's the main rule. When you done the same work many times, your brain remember everything without your energies

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I started at http://www.w3schools.com/ although it may now be old.

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As everyone suggest get some e-books ,such as css &Html for dummies 5 or html and css made easy. Until you get the books W3schools is a great reference to use for both css properties and html tags. Good luck on your learning process

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In my opinion it is way better to start building your own website or use a free one and modify it. this way you'll get a more hands-on approach

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