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stkrwanted says

Well i’m a newbie and want to learn web designing, i have my summer vacations coming up so i’m thinking of doing something but the problem is i dont know from where to start, html, css, java, javascript,actionscript,jquery, xml,html5, can anyone tell me the ordered way to learn web designing from being a beginner to advanced level, i mean what steps should i follow?

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charlie4282 says

Start with basic HTML and CSS then move to Javascript then PHP and go form there. To be honest from complete beginner and over summer vactions you will do well to get competent in HTML/CSS/JS basics.

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kriskorn says

As Charlie said HTML and CSS first, then it’s up to you, but probably Javascript and then PHP. You can start here – http://webdesign.tutsplus.com/tag/basix/

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charlie4282 says

That’s a really good link to follow from Kriskorn. Also check our http://codeacademy.com if you want an interactive way to learn.

One thing to remember is it is REALLY important to nail down your basic skills in the core stuff or you will find yourself falling down later. It is exciting to learn but it takes time and patience to do it properly especially if your ultimate goal is to sell on here. Good luck with your learning!

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stkrwanted says

thanks for ur replies, and yeah i DO want to sell here,

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Jaynesh says

teamtreehouse is also a good website for learning.

After you learn the basics, I would recommend you work on your own live personal website instead of going through dozens of tutorials explaining how to create website elements. You will make a lot of mistakes but you will learning why it’s a mistake and how to solve it.

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Nitro_Themes says

Hey

I would say dive in to html5 and css3 then jquery. I would do PHP later. There are alot of good tut sites that you can learn from. The main thing is that you enjoy what you doing.

Cheers and good luck

Lester

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