Hi, im a newbie and i would like to know what versiion of php and css i should learn or i must start from 0 .plz help me
Hey, have you looked at any of the sitepoint books on php? Very useful, also lots of tutorials over at Nettuts.
Most people use php 4 and/or 5 and as for css, again most people only use some elements of css3 in their projects. Little things to enhance areas, but as it is not 100% supported yet they always make sure that if it is displayed the style is not broken.
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There are some great tutorials at net.tutsplus.com but I’d also recommend picking up a few good books.
http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/html-css-techniques/how-to-design-and-code-a-flexible-website/ http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/html-css-techniques/design-and-code-your-first-website-in-easy-to-understand-steps/ http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/html-css-techniques/design-and-code-a-slick-website-from-scratch-–-part-ii/
Hope that helps!
I taught myself html and css 100% with w3schools and trial and error with notepad ++. Good times =D
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I learned CSS by dwonloading Rocket Theme Joomla templates and playing with them days and days, and never leaving my apartment… That went on for pretty much a year… I would not recommend this life for everyone
You can find a lot of free information online! But I really like O’Reilly books. If you do start buying books, it is a lot cheaper to buy them via Amazon.
Nettuts has a “Basix” section:
As DDStudios said, The W3C has plenty of great free information!