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    Junior Member kurumurthy's Avatar
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  3. #12
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    If you're on a Mac I would recommend TextWrangler from barebones dot com. It's free and it can handle documents hosted on FTP.

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    there are many Google searched resources but I would recommend that you try using an editor, Dreamweaver (find on ebay an old version for maybe $20), which does it partly for you this is a great way to learn and see what say a table looks like in html once you have created it visual. Kind of learning in reverse. Then play with the coding side to see what changes you can make.

    Youtube can also be invaluable.

    Hope that helps.

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    w3school.com is the best way to learn HTML. the best thing in the w3school is that gives you an editor to code by yourself and the changes due to that code display along with that code. so you can easily pick the functionality of any tag very quickly.


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