What is the best way to learn HTML i need to figure out how to make a website

@kutchi (12326)
Pakistan
February 20, 2007 10:39pm CST
with scripting
3 responses
@andben (1076)
• Italy
21 Feb 07
I think the best way, after some basic lessons, is write HTML pages. Imagine a project you want to build and start writing, so you both learn HTML and create something that is useful.
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@kutchi (12326)
• Pakistan
21 Feb 07
Thanks for your advice I will follow it
• India
21 Feb 07
well you could use the microsoft frontpage. its easy to use, and in case of any doubts you can always refer the help. i learnt using the msfrontpage and some scripts from dynamicdrive.com. just make some sample pages by trial and error method using all the menus/tabs. after doing about 5-10 pages you will get to know the stuff.
@Jocelynk (130)
• Canada
21 Feb 07
Frontpage is a horrible program... Well, it works really well - it's easy to use, but it's just horrible. The code that it produces is disgusting :( It's like using plastic instead of metal for a car frame... It might work, but it's not the best idea. FrontPage uses tables for layouts - THIS IS A NO NO! Tables are meant for representing tabled data, not layouts. It's not logical.
• Philippines
21 Feb 07
Fascinating.
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@kutchi (12326)
• Pakistan
21 Feb 07
Hmm.. I am using Dreamweaver and I think its also nice and easy but I have to learn more than that
• Canada
21 Feb 07
try http://www.w3schools.com/ it is the best site for beginners.
@Jocelynk (130)
• Canada
21 Feb 07
I agree... I love that website! Best thing to do is write out a bunch of code, then load it in your browser to see what it produces. When you do that, you can put an image/visual to the code itself.
@kutchi (12326)
• Pakistan
21 Feb 07
what about dreamweaver?