posted on Oct, 20 2006 @ 06:51 PM
With the w3schools link ufia, you covered the main resource I was going to suggest--excellent, excellent
site for learning most anything for
Originally posted by ufia
After you gained enough skills to code in basic HTML (this may take many days or weeks, don't give up!) start reading the page source from your
favorite web sites to get some ideas how they do it.
In case you don't know how to do this, go to the View Menu on your web browser, and click on "Page Source" (or just "Source" if you're using IE,
still in the View menu though.) You can also right click on any part of the web page that is just plain text and select "View Source/Page
You might want to download a decent text editor too, although you can get by with Notepad even. Two of my favorites are
. They're probably major overkill when you're first
learning--probably more confusing than helpful--but once you get the hang of coding a little they're a god send.
If you have any specific
questions, I'm sure most anyone here would be glad to help. I would if no one else would.
Edit to Add: those two text editors are
free, so no worries there, just the time it takes to download and install. Also, jEdit requires Java,
although I believe they'll have decent instructions/requirements at their site if you want to play with it.
[edit on 10/20/2006 by MCory1]