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    <--- new one !!!!

    hi guys, am new in the "web desing" thing, i just want to know where to start lol...., i wanna learn how to do websites and stuff, i know a little about vb, c++ and i remember some things of html(like the basic layout). so where do u think i should start?
    THANKS!!

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    Depends what you want to design a website for - personal, hobby, or business etc. A great site I found for people who know a little html is http://friendlybit.com/ you can learn how css and html work together to form a structured website.

    W3Schools has plenty of tutorials. When you become confident with html and css you could look at javascript or a server-side language like php or asp.

    When you start designing don't forget to valide your work through W3C CSS Validator and HTML Validator to keep within the standards.

    Any more info or specifics needed just ask.
    Last edited by mcbodee; 03-15-2006 at 05:43 PM.

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    hmm i kinda like it for hobby and personal.
    i have frontpage and dreamweaver. or is that to advanced?
    thanks

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    Frontpage is easy enough if you're use to fiddling with Windows applications. Dreamweaver takes more getting use to, and you might want to get a book or read some online tutorials to help. I like good old Notepad myself, especially when learning, you can't beat making your own engine.

    Another website comes to mind for reference is HTML Goodies, they do more than just html.

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    ok thanks a lot

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    Another website comes to mind for reference is HTML Goodies, they do more than just html.
    Avoid this site, try:
    http://w3schools.com
    http://htmldog.com
    & straight from the source:
    http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/

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