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    I have spent a lot of time learning php and MySQL and feel very comfortable with it. I feel I can get my sites to do whatever I need them to now. My problem now is getting them to looking good. Where is a good site to use to help me learn CSS? Or, maybe a book you could recommend.

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    http://www.google.com/search?q=learn...&client=safari

    Thousands of resources...

    If you know php, this will be a breeze

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    use coda sooo easy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reaganclancoder, post: 234338
    use coda sooo easy
    What's coda?
    The Rules
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    in my opinion its the best web development ide out there

    mac only
    http://www.panic.com/coda/


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