Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by TheHeadGuy, Apr 9, 2005.
Whats a good place to get FREE basic HTML codes to built a website?
View ==> Page Source (In FireFox)
View ==> Source (In Internet Explorer)
A good place to start:
Once you understand `basic` HTML syntax, with some dedicated time, you could learn in just a couple hours, I would recommend view source as just as maczter said. I learned by view-source: and duplicating comlicated layouts websites.
I learned HTML by using a WYSIWYG editor and looking at its code. However, this was back in the day when WYSIWYG HTML editors didn't output complete and utter garbage. The links kingtoad mentioned are good, they will teach you proper, standards-compliant HTML.
htmlgoodies.com but yah... look at the source of other sites... but be careful... look at real sites... not sides convereted to html from MSWord... (wow thats some junk)
HTML For Dummies. That's the book I used to learn basic tags and formatting. After that, I just view source if I see something I like, and try to code similiar.
I have the HTML for Dummies quick reference guide. It was handy when I was learning.