Discussion in 'Computer Forum' started by rockin'away, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. rockin'away

    rockin'away Banned

    does anyone know any good html help sites?

    i know one but i still need a better one

    so please post
  2. yogeshkohli

    yogeshkohli New Member

    dude check out look for HTML tuts.
    u can also search for ebooks on google there r loads of them.
    need anymore help do ask ?
  3. gnr311982

    gnr311982 New Member

  4. death_metal_fan

    death_metal_fan oh goody, it's a woody!

    ^He's very correct. Good reputation to you for recommending a fine site.
  5. Cirus

    Cirus New Member

    Try HTML goodies. Its the best site have ever seen.
  6. rockin'away

    rockin'away Banned

    good sites thanks!
  7. nadish

    nadish Active Member

    Well use MS front page instead of damn HTML Coding...
  8. rabi_sultan

    rabi_sultan <Bulla Ki Jana>

    MS Front Page is the biggest pile of crap HTML software.

    If you want to become a real coder dump that MS rubbish and invest into something much better like Macromedia Dreamweaver or Adobe GoLive
  9. silent_dragon

    silent_dragon Immortal guitarist

    i definetly go with rabi in this topic, and i find Macromedia Dreamweaver more simple than Adobe GoLive.
  10. death_metal_fan

    death_metal_fan oh goody, it's a woody!

    Frontpage is a piece of ****. Either go Dreamweaver or GoLive! I personally craft my web pages by hand (using Notepad and lots of patience).
  11. silent_dragon

    silent_dragon Immortal guitarist

    in fact i designed a web project called using the old notepad, which may be released when i've got enough paisa.but i'm designing another one for a south indian organinsation using Dreamweaver, and its really quick.
  12. rabi_sultan

    rabi_sultan <Bulla Ki Jana>

    your what they call a "hero" :p:

    lol but kidding asides notepad is quite cool to use as well from time to time. i normally do the javascript in notepad and the html/php coding in dreamweaver. the colour coding tends to help out which is why i do it in dreamweaver.
  13. death_metal_fan

    death_metal_fan oh goody, it's a woody!

    I suppose I find Notepad extremely efficient because I have used it to code web pages for more than 10 years now as a web designer. It gives me the control I need over how exactly my page looks. Another reason is that I comment all my code, for my own reference later on. I have also found hand coding to be the most efficient method of coding. It allows one to design a web page in the least amount of code possible.
  14. rockin'away

    rockin'away Banned

    i using notpad at the mo...
  15. rabi_sultan

    rabi_sultan <Bulla Ki Jana>

    oh yeah thats true.

    for instance if you had to setup tables the best thing to do is to just stick an id tag on it and reference the rest through CSS you save so many valuable bytes per file.
  16. sandil

    sandil New Member

    Use Allaire Homesite 4.5.2. Very similar to notepad - it's got excellent color coding, doesn't junk up code like dreamweaver or FP (urgh!) and has good debugging and collapsing features.

    Above all - suggests code for you as you type :)

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