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I started my website development career with HomeAndLearn tutorials. They have free tutorials for HTML, PHP etc. and you can use them without any previous knowledge. You should also look for local courses from your area. It's always better if you have a real professional who you can ask from in case you have any questions.
you should read html beginner book. if you want to learn html you have read books and you can learn html online through w3cschool.com in this site has given beginner with example and Syntex i think this is a best website for learning html.
Yes, i agree with your idea. I'm a developer, i can build a website based on magento framework in the short time. But i can't design i get it from our designer
If you want to developer i sucget you should visit http://www.w3schools.com/.
designing websites and learning html are two different things. if you want to be a designer, learn to use photoshop and follow with picking up design trends. once you have learned design, then move on to HTML
Steven Peter, the best way to learn HTML if you have no money to invest in it is simply to make yourself accustomed to HTML. View the source of lots of webpages (maybe not google...) and stare blankly at it for hours. Once it all starts to make sense to you then you are ready for the next stage.
Stage two is to blindfold yourself whilst holding a lightsaber and use the force to feel your enemy (errm... not that kind of feel...) so that when your enemy (a mindless puny drone) shoots a harmless laser at you, you can defend against it and utterly destroy the harmless defenceless drone using your lightsaber. Only then will your Jedi training be complete! (or something vaguely resembling this procedure)
You can go to W3school which is already mentioned above. I like Lynda.com tutorials as well.
I would also recommend you to not just learning HTML if you are making career as a web developer. You should learn CSS, PHP and java script too.
Hi Steven Peter,
w3cschools will be a great teacher. However, I think it will be tough to start from scratch. It will take a lot of time. May we know what type of site it is? If it's that urgent I think you ought to get some service from others.