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    Where to start at?

    Hey,

    Just wanting to know the best way to learn web design and development the right way. I have limited html and css knowledge; but what is the right order to learn languages in? I want to be able to develop dynamic sites. I am also willing to pay for training.

    Thanks,

    Michael

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    I am also willing to pay for training too.

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    I would learn
    1)html including html5
    2) css including css3
    3) javascript and or jQuery
    4) php

    Some good training programs
    http://www.codecademy.com/learn
    https://www.udemy.com/
    https://tutsplus.com/
    http://www.w3schools.com/

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    Get to know the basics of web design and development languages and practicing every day is the best way you can learn the web development.

    Some of the good online resources are:

    w3schools.com
    tutorialspoint.com
    codeacademy.com
    thenewboston.org/tutorials.php
    Halwits - Website and Software Development Company

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    nice information.

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    Thanks for sharing and nice information.

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    I agree with the other comments but would stress that there is no reason NOT to start out learning HTML5 and CSS3. They are basically super-sets of their predecessors, plus you will avoid getting into bad habits by using obsolete code.

    However, one word of caution: Check the browser support for the new features in HTML5/CSS3. Some are well supported by current browsers, others are not. And IE8 and below support none of them. That is less of a problem as IE8 usage is dying out, (and the impending demise of Windows XP may hasten that), but it should be borne in mind anyway.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honey497 View Post
    Get to know the basics of web design and development languages and practicing every day is the best way you can learn the web development.

    Some of the good online resources are:

    w3schools.com
    tutorialspoint.com
    codeacademy.com
    thenewboston.org/tutorials.php
    These are the best sites for learning the web design and development. I personally likes w3schools and codeacademy most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pryidevsblog View Post
    These are the best sites for learning the web design and development. I personally likes w3schools and codeacademy most.
    I would also recommend w3schools and codeacademy, I swear you'll learn a lot, based from my experience..

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    Because web development covers such a broad spectrum, knowing what niche in web development you want to get into will help you determine where to begin. Do you want to create WordPress themes or plugins? How about custom development for Drupal?

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