- Jun 29, 2007
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What's the best way to learn a few basics?My experience is limited to taking one html course back in middle school. I haven't used html ever since.
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Get something like Dreamweaver and build a site.
No. Start with learning raw HTML/CSS. There are many guides on the interwebs, many books (O'Reilly is the best for tech books, ime), etc. If you dont' know the building blocks, how are you going to know when Dreamweaver fucks something up (which it does all-too-often), and how will you fix it?