Matt Borchert said:Definitely, but I learn things unusually quick.I'd check out http://www.codecademy.com/ as a great way to begin learning.
cityhall said:Also get firebug. Its a browser extension for firefox and chrome that lets you inspect detailed elements and it really helps you see how your CSS is affecting your website.
Perception Apparel said:This is a great book that covers all the basics and is very easy and enjoyable to read. http://www.amazon.com/HTML-CSS-Design-Build-Websites/dp/1118008189/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1367853648&sr=1-1&keywords=html+and+css
dbdesign said:Here are two really great resources: http://www.w3schools.com
downrodeo said:You can read the books recommended above, they will most certainly help. But at the same time don't forget to keep practicing. Start with trying to build a very simple framework, and to understand what each code does. As per what Ellis said. When I first started learning, I just copied out the source code of the site I liked, and tried to duplicate it on my own machine. It went horrible, but I learned something from there that day. It's a long, ongoing process [10 years a web designer, still learning new stuff] but just like the artists on here, practice is important. Also, asking questions help. If you need anything, you can hit me up on my e-mail. You gotta try first of course, but from time to time you will get stuck. If google can't solve it, there's coders out there who can. Hope that helps dude.
Matt Borchert said:About a week to get somewhat proficient...a few months to get decent....a lifetime to master.
IDIOTSMASHER2014 said:Matt Borchert said:About a week to get somewhat proficient...a few months to get decent....a lifetime to master.I created this account so I could call this FUNKING IDIOT.. A donut dunking doo doo stain an idiot. What a stupid answer. That just goes to show how much intelligence is in the grey mass in your skull. It doesn't take a week to get proficient, you don't even know what you are doing when you first start out let alone be proficient. A few months to get decent? Get real. You have a grasp of how it works but you are by no means decent. A lifetime to master?? Okay jingle dong. I'd wager to master html would take a couple years of steady practice. Although this would depend on your html teacher. Nothing takes a life time to master unless you are a dunce. Which means.. yep.
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