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Post by aksstgsb » Wed Jan 01, 2014 1:29 am

For learning HTML you can consider some good HTML language books. And also you can learn the basic concepts of it over internet on html dot net site.Best of luck and Go ahead. Thanks.

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peterson10011 wrote:Hai everyone. I am new to this forum. Can anyone tell me which is the best tool to understand the concepts of HTML in a short time.

Hi, @peterson10011, you can also learn about HTML at sitepoint. Here's the link, http://reference.sitepoint.com/html

It is good to note that HTML is a mark up language whose elements provide the basic structure of a web page. Therefore, it is important to know the basic building block to be used in developing any web page.

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Post by PreetiGarg » Tue Jan 14, 2014 11:10 pm

w3school is the best guide to learn HTML. You can also take the help of "complete reference"...

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You can search it in Google, you will get best solutions for this..

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Post by WebOutGateway » Wed Jun 03, 2015 2:09 am

If you were willing to programming you can easily adopt its nature. You can use lots of good books over the internet basic to advance learning just familiarize yourself in programming language that you wanted and be more resourceful and observant that's what my point is. Everything you want to learn cannot be just in one click of course you have to take time for it.

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Post by ratina10 » Tue Sep 29, 2015 10:42 pm

HTML is very easy to understand. You need to do some practices initially. Do google or collect HTML pdf book from internet and practice coding regularly. You can start HTML programming from very beginning with this link http://visitmy.co/wb. I think, it will be helpful for you.

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w3school is best website for learner, you can download offline w3 school

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kingsleytailors wrote:w3school is best website for learner, you can download offline w3 school
how i can download offline websites...

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Post by brknny » Thu Mar 03, 2016 9:22 pm

peterson10011 wrote:Hai everyone. I am new to this forum. Can anyone tell me which is the best tool to understand the concepts of HTML in a short time.
Before you begin, you will require a few tools:

1. A text editor.;You can utilize the one that comes preloaded in your PC. In Windows it's Notepad or Wordpad, in Ubuntu it's gedit and I think Mac has TextMate. I for one use Sublime Text since it's truly pleasant on my eyes. You could utilize Notepad++ or Dreamweaver or anything that suits you. There is a heap of content tools on the web. I think the vast majority utilize the ones I've said here.

2. A web browser: Well, first and foremost, it's not by any means going to matter, however as you advance, you should have diverse programs to test your yield. You will acknowledge it soon enough that you need to introduce Chrome, Firefox, Safari, Opera, IE, Edge or w.e program there is to have the capacity to check whether your page is cross-program good. Obviously, by then you will understand that you can utilize systems to take care of this issue.

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