Best way to learn HTML, Javascript, and CSS

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  1. J-Phone

    J-Phone Active Member

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    Is there any online resources or ebooks that you reccomend to me? I just want to learn them all together. I've pretty much read almost everything on google can teach me. Thanks

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    w3shools has an excellent tutorial I used. Read it and you'll know it in no time (google w3schools html tutorial and click the link).
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    The tutorials on w3schools are awesome, but not always in detail. Not like you need a lot of detail about HTML. Though, while learning other languages, w3schools isn't the way to go.
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    Well thanks lol. I've gone through the chapters for HTML at w3schools. How bout for javascript and CSS?
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    I learned CSS from a Lynda.com video series.
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    I learned HTML and CSS easily from w3schools but when it came to more complicated languages like JavaScript and php it's not as good. Just google learn JavaScript and you'll get a sh*t load of options.
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    Well, start with Javascript Teacher on YouTube. See the 5 or so videos he's posted. Then look for this podcast by Teresa Pelkie on iTunes. That's the way I learned JavaScript.
    And to help you with javascript use a site like http://drunkenotter.com as it is easier to see the code being run live.

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