Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Afillix, May 10, 2012.
thenewboston is the place check it on youtube (I cant post links) This page is great, his owner, Bucky Roberts, has made lots of tutorials in every subject you can imagine.
He is a very clever person and quite creative, his english accent is very nice to understand for foreigners(like me)
I think you will like it.
This one seems very easy to me http://www.w3schools.com/html/ sitting right on top for the search term "html"
Sitepoint's tutorials are generally nice. HTMLDog is good, too. W3Schools isn't too bad but there's a lot of misinformation there.
To be honest, what you should do is just open notepad, grasp the basics (tags, etc), have an aim in mind and start coding. Learn CSS too, after you're done with HTML.
Codeschool is a great â€” perhaps the best â€” alternative if you're willing to pay! It is what an online tutorial site should be.
EDIT: Just saw, they have added HTML section too. That's your best bet then for free tutorials.
Youtube is always for you dude. You can search and find everything in youtube about HTML.
Why don't you Google for HTML/CSS eBook. Try to find those which for beginner. Wrox and Apress got that I think.
thenewboston is awesome
use google and search all you want to learn,
how long will it probably take to know html and css...for setting up quit simple nice pages?
Separate names with a comma.