Legend wrote:Learning HTML is really very easy and your certain to benifit from it. I completed the basics of these tutorials in about a week.
the <div> tags should be working as they work with all doctypes and aren't a very recent feature.
On the subject of updating it, if you did that on the actual site instead of in the source code than you could save it to the database with php ect and wouldn't need to buy anything. <- really badly explained, but I'm lazy so you'll have to make do.
Blot wrote:hmm I'll give it a try on a practice webpage. All the stuff I did in dreamweaver, I uploaded with FTP, but I couldn't use it. I was happy with my dreamweaver coding as well
LeadingManNigel wrote:I would highly advise against W3Schools as a learning source. Skype's link is far, far, far, far better a guide.
Skype wrote:W3schools is a good site for looking up syntaxes and stuff but don't use it to learn because they don't actually explain anything on the website. They just show you what to do.Blot wrote:hmm I'll give it a try on a practice webpage. All the stuff I did in dreamweaver, I uploaded with FTP, but I couldn't use it. I was happy with my dreamweaver coding as well
You shouldn't be, lol. The code is very messy and as I said it wont validate. The layout doesn't even display correctly. As I said, look through those tutorial videos I posted and you'll be on your way to created professional layouts in no time.
Skype wrote:So how can you be proud of your coding if you didn't do any of it?..
LeadingManNigel wrote:Don't use template generators, they are pretty much always awful.