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  1. #16
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    w3schools has nothing to do with w3c.

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    Thumbs up

    visit w3schoolcom online htl tutorial site
    echoecho.com
    htmlcodetutorial.com

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    Lynda.com has great tutorials.

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    w3schools is a good place to learn HTML... You need not to be technically sound to learn HTML. It is a markup language that is easy to learn

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    Hi there iPhoneapps,

    This site disagrees with your assertion...

    ...is not particularly happy with w3schools for various reasons.

    Instead they recommend these sites...
    1. Opera Web Standards Curriculum
    2. Google's HTML, CSS, and Javascript from the Ground Up
    3. SitePoint Reference
    4. The MDC (Mozilla's Doc Center)

    ...as being more reputable sources.

    coothead

  6. #21
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    You don't need computer knowledges. All you need is Notepad or some editor. And some knowledges of HTML.
    Html with examples here

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    There are only tags with attributes in a special websites.
    To see how to make website from the first steps visit html courses. Watch all of articles.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mister_grey2010 View Post
    There are only tags with attributes in a special websites.
    To see how to make website from the first steps visit html courses. Watch all of articles.
    Chocked full of incorrect information. Avoid at all costs.
    “The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.”
    —Tim Berners-Lee, W3C Director and inventor of the World Wide Web

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    Smile Learn HTML

    Hey thanks for the below mentioned sites ... These are good tutorials !!


    Quote Originally Posted by coothead View Post
    Hi there iPhoneapps,

    This site disagrees with your assertion...

    ...is not particularly happy with w3schools for various reasons.

    Instead they recommend these sites...
    1. Opera Web Standards Curriculum
    2. Google's HTML, CSS, and Javascript from the Ground Up
    3. SitePoint Reference
    4. The MDC (Mozilla's Doc Center)

    ...as being more reputable sources.

    coothead

  10. #25
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    hello no problem if you are a beginner,in working with html.
    If you are interested in thing you can achieve it just work hard for
    it, i'll recommend the w3schools.com . Hope owill visit that.

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