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i have learned my knowledge on Html/css programming during when i was a college student, when i was at 1st month i was so excited on learning and competing from other peoples when our lesson is still the basic programming, because before college i also learn some programming during highschool unlike my college classmates they don't have a programming lessons when they are on highschool,.

i start on learning basics commands and trials and error on my own without asking someone for help because when you do that you can focus and your mind will start to think all the solution can use so you can challenge your self instead on only others can solve you problem.

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So tell us, How did you learn the holy grail of Web development.. HTML And CSS? Me? I just watched a few videos online here and there. I mean I know CSS, but I have never used it to actually make som

I learned the basic off the following site: http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp   Then was like you and I started to turn into like videos to learn the harder stuff. I also found some really

Well I started web development about 6 years ago and my main resource for any development questions was the almighty Google. I have a rather simple philosophy when it comes to learning how to understa

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I first learnt HTML and CSS in our Web Development course in my undergraduation. We were asked to prepare our own profile pages in HTML and it was a good hands on experiment. We were given two weeks time and it was sufficient to build up a basic layout. Later on, additional features were taught and we were made to implement those feature in our laboratory sessions. It was a very good mix of theory and practice that helped me understand the topic better.

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I learned HTML/CSS in school when I was a junior High School student and we continued to learn more in my senior year. Honestly this was the only topic I listened to back then because I was usually asleep during my computer class. My computer subject was after lunch and always get sleepy after I've eaten a lot 😛

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I tried the Codecademy. I think this site is cool as, while reading and studying each steps, you can also perform or execute it right away but it only have 7 days or 1 week trial and afterwards you have to pay for it. They have 6 months payment and its monthly bill would be around $15 dollars I think but it would worth the study I think.

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W3schools is an aside from guide for realizing what each tag does what anyway it doesn't tell you the best way to make the locales that you require. Everybody as of now has a little thought of what they need and w3schools doesn't enable you to achieve that. I adapt for the most part through trials and Dreamweaver (exchanging among code and configuration see).

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HTML first. Learn what all of the tags are used for, and how they relate to semantics and web standards.
CSS second. Learn how to do various layouts (floats, inline-block, flexbox, grid, etc), and how this can be implemented on everything from a small module to a full-page.
You can search & learn from Google, W3schools and many more sites

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