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Comment from: Philip Hutchison [Visitor]
Philip Hutchison

Just thought I’d mention some free online resources that – in my opinion – are much better than w3schools:

http://interact.webstandards.org/curriculum/
http://dev.opera.com/

w3schools is handy as a quick reference, but these two sites will take you much more in-depth and are very up-to-date with modern browsers, best practices, and accessibility.

31/01/11 @ 19:15
Comment from: berthelemy [Member]  
Mark

Thanks for those Philip. You can never have too many places to look for useful info!

01/02/11 @ 08:50
Comment from: Ryan Tracey [Visitor]
Ryan Tracey

I can vouch for the fact that a little bit of HTML goes a long way.

Sometimes there is something that you can’t quite change or fix unless you tweak the code at its source.

05/02/11 @ 22:49
Comment from: Sirtoall [Visitor]
Sirtoall

Why learn CSS at all, it’s very long winded untidy coding, that isn’t necessary in nearly all cases for html to be displayed properly.

09/05/12 @ 22:42
Comment from: berthelemy [Member]  
Mark

@Sirtoall,

I disagree. Separating the way a page looks from the content of the page is just good design practice, and means that the content can be displayed in different ways depending on context (eg. print, screen, mobile).

Mark

11/05/12 @ 09:28
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