On 1/26/2010 10:56 AM, Deniz Dogan wrote: > 2010/1/26 Programmer In Training <p...@joseph-a-nagy-jr.us>: >> I use a plain text editor. If you're going to be doing any sort of even >> half-serious web design, I highly recommend several methods of learning >> HTML: >> >> Read the standard available at: >> www.w3.org >> > > It is not a good idea to just jump in and start reading standards and > specifications. I suggest reading a good book about basic modern web > design instead. >
I disagree. After teaching myself the basics (by copying work others had done), reading the standards and specifications jumped my knowledge more then any book ever did. The only design book I have is for CSS 2.1 and I don't even use it that much. It's not that it's a bad book (it's a great one, in fact), it's just that I find the specification to be much more user friendly in regards to search-ability. -- PIT Emails are not formal business letters, whatever businesses may want.
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