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[web] Ok so what do I need to study to learn web design

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Based on the information i have recived from the select few if i want to get the max out of web design, i need to know the following Html CSS Xtml javascript Is this Correct? Should i be learning more than one at once? or should i focues on HTML and then move on? Suggestions What are some good books to look at? [Edited by - LessBread on November 17, 2006 3:06:28 PM]

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Don't waste time on HTML.
Just learn XHTML
To make this clearer: XHTML is the latest version of HTML, which reformulates it in XML. It supersedes HTML 4.

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mmm wow i didnt know not needing to know HTML would would be something i had to worry about, are you sure that having a good knowledge of HTML wouldnt it make XTML and CSS much faster to learn? Im currently wondering what kind of books are good to look up for the subjects

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So what is the the diffrence between XML and XTML?


If i want to say pursue a career in this field i would go and learn XTML first?

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In regards to learning XHTML and CSS, no book will contain better insight and explanations than those found on the internet. I would almost say the same applies to javascript. I learned them all without the need of a book. As already suggested, W3Schools.com is an excellent resource. I cannot stress that enough.

Do yourself a favor and quit posting about "What should I learn? Where should I start?" and go learn already. Starting three topics on the same thing isn't going to improve your knowledge of web development and design; moving forward and asking questions about specific HTML, CSS and/or javascript problems will.

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In regards to learning XHTML and CSS, no book will contain better insight and explanations than those found on the internet. I would almost say the same applies to javascript. I learned them all without the need of a book. As already suggested, W3Schools.com is an excellent resource. I cannot stress that enough.

Do yourself a favor and quit posting about "What should I learn? Where should I start?" and go learn already. Starting three topics on the same thing isn't going to improve your knowledge of web development and design; moving forward and asking questions about specific HTML, CSS and/or javascript problems will.




Knowing where to start is the first step to knowledge my friend. You dont play in the NHL if you cant play hockey, you dont drive a truck if you cant drive. You dont make websites if you dont know where to start. Get my point? You need to start somewhere and i dont want to be learning something that doesnt need to be learned, i want to be clear on what i need to know, so when i know what i need to know, and learn what i dont need to know

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You dont make websites if you dont know where to start. Get my point?


You don't make a website if you never start. You have been referred to W3Schools.com, get started already.

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