Discussion in 'Programming Help & Discussion' started by kavin, Jul 6, 2011.
Do you read tutorials and try it out, or do you buy books (or ebooks) for it?
I read tutorials and worked with a mate to make designs. Then I used a code builder called BlueVoda
Never heard about BlueVoda. Going to try it soon.
learned HTML an all basics in my schooling and other PHP, CSS at w3school.com
Its w3schools.com and yeah! Its the best place to begin learning web programming.
I learn when i started my very first site which was for the Nintendo Dsi Browser i currently dont have my own pc so ive stop it for a while
I learned to code from a buddy of mine. He use to teach me over the phone in his spare time. It was great because he is an amazing coder and could recite an entire php based code in his head straight to me over the phone while he was buying something at the store. After that I sort of just started studying code on my own. I picked up a couple of books at my college and studied them for endless hours.
That's great. I haven't got a friend like him, till now.
When I was learning HTML, i learnt most of it from Books, but had some from the web.
Although I went to college to study web development most of the techniques I use today are self taught mainly by using onlline tutorials. I havent been on for a while but I found pixel2life.com to be a great learning resource.
I started by just doing some playing around myself and then I started reading and couple books and websites and here I am today.
Best website to learn: http://www.w3schools.com/
I learnt to code HTML from quackit.com. It's a really good tutorial site on coding.
When I started with forums I started to play around with the code using simple tags and thing's like <h1> and <b> etc. and used quackit, as mentioned above, as a first reference and then I used w3schools and now I know HTML/CSS to make basic sites and pages.