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DusskDesign says

I would like to start learning HTML/CSS but I am a little confused on what to learn regarding the HTML 5 and CSS3. Should I learn the older html/css and then pass to html5/css3, and is this a good place to start http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp?? or maybe you know some good tutorials, and I am also confused on what a clean code html means?

I would like to apologize if there were similar threads to this one.

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wpminima says

No need to apologize :)

There are two options: 1. You learn HTML / CSS from a book 2. You learn it from building a really simple template from the ground up

Basicly when you do it according to option 2, you’ll run into problems which you’ll research on google or W3C school and learn from that. it’s a faster and more enjoyable way of learning I feel.

If you learn it from a book it’s going to be harder for you to put it into practice. I’ve learnt it from building a simple website aswell and then started making more advanced layouts, adding jquery etc.

Good luck man! :)

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DusskDesign says

Thanks wpminima.

So practice beats theory :D

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laranz says

Try this:

Setup: https://tutsplus.com/course/improve-workflow-in-sublime-text-2/

Learn: /> https://tutsplus.com/course/30-days-to-learn-html-and-css/
This guy have some nice tutorials http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/author/adrian/
Search HTML and CSS in http://net.tutsplus.com/

After all your basics, start building some thing you learn a lot. :)

Good Luck…

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DusskDesign says

Thanks a lot. Very helpfull.

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kritanam says

Thanks a lot.

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