HTML Experience?

@nscanada (180)
Canada
September 23, 2010 8:43am CST
I want to learn HTML, and I have read some tutorials. Are there any sites available to fine tune what skills I have learned? In other words, are there any sites that I can practice on? I mean like helium for writers.
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5 responses
• India
26 Oct 10
http://www.w3schools.com is a good tutorial website for learn html css. there are so websites to learn webdesign tips http://www.templatespoint.com/blog/ this is also one of the web design tips website
@slovenc1 (2092)
• Slovenia
25 Oct 10
The bible of html is http://www.w3schools.com/ but since they redesigned their site it isn't as good as it used to be in my opinion.
• Malaysia
24 Sep 10
Yup, getbiswa is correct. For basic HTML you can do as he suggests. However, if you want other people to critique or point out mistakes in your file then you might want to consider using Blogger to get a hang of HTML coding. You can practice HTML by writing a post (choose Edit HTML rather than Compose at the new post screen) or playing around with your template to see what kind of effects you can make. Good luck! Also, here's a tip: Always remember to close your tags. Left opened they can be quite annoying.
@1anurag1 (3581)
• India
23 Sep 10
There are number of websites where you can learn. But the best ever website I have ever seen to learn basics is the w3schools. And I am sure this will help you a lot. I think you could learn html there easily and also learn other web technologies.
@o0jopak0o (6408)
• Philippines
23 Sep 10
well w3 schools has something that will let you try out your html coding. but you could just try the notepad, which is the simplest way. just save your notepad to .html and open it so you see what you have done.