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Looking for help/support in HTML

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I just joint this forum/ community.
and have a question.
I'm pritty new hare in the world of the IT
and was just today done whit my examen of IT
and was wondering can you guys help me start whit HTML
maybe the begin steps. how to start and ware to begin.
becus i realy whant to learn more about the codes.

Greetings, Pietersen9
Feb 17 '12 #1
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Follow the HTML/CSS tutorials from W3Schools. They are helpful and you can practice with the help of exercises and demos. Enjoy!
Feb 17 '12 #2

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That link is to w3schools which is in no way affiliated with the W3C.
Feb 17 '12 #3

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Really? I was always told otherwise... Weird. Thanks though.
Feb 17 '12 #4

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About W3Schools
W3Schools is owned by Refsnes Data in Norway.
Members of the W3C have asked W3Schools to explicitly disavow any connection, but they have refused to do so.
Feb 17 '12 #5

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than you for the link ;)
i think i go get stating :P ore tomorrow ;)
thnx alot

Feb 17 '12 #6

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That makes sense now. Their name is quite misleading. Learn something new everyday :)
Feb 17 '12 #7

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:P evry body is learning evry day and even when you dont what to learn your learning :P
Feb 17 '12 #8

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That's true. Also pietersen9, you might want to get some developer tools for your web browser (i.e. firebug for Firefox). I find it really helpful to see the code behind what you actually see. It lets you inspect the elements and debug the JavaScript. Good Luck!
Feb 17 '12 #9

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o thanx ye i'm using firefox and i'm gone look for the addon thnx alot ;)
Feb 19 '12 #10

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