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    HTML Tutorial

    I would greatly appreciate if someone posts a link to a self-tutorial to learning HTML. I'm learning it and the one I found is not good.
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    Yet another...

    What u n00bs really need is a search engine tutorial (which is also available at AO). Have u tried to search "html tutorial" at AO search engine? Try these two for basic HTML (AO has plenty more):
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=231241
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...hreadid=221393

    If u still find them not good, try to search at google. Oh, and delete this thread.

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    hrm, quick AO search found these ...

    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...highlight=HTML
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...highlight=HTML
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...highlight=HTML
    http://www.antionline.com/showthread...highlight=HTML

    quick search on google found these ...

    http://www.htmlgoodies.com/
    http://www.pagetutor.com/
    http://www.w3schools.com/
    http://www.davesite.com/webstation/html/

    and the list goes on and on. Do yourself a favor and search the forums and at least a google search before posting something like this. You'll save yourself from getting negged.

    -gunder

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    Jdenny, he asked for help, and you can either help him like you just did and shut up about it or not help at all. Who gives you the right to tell somebody to delete their thread? He posted this thread because he was looking for help. When you keep using the term, "noobs" just remember that not too long ago, you were also a newbie. ebo

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    One of my biggest problems with AO, telling people to use search engines. Look, if the guy wanted to use a search engine he would have done it. What are the chances he found browses the web, goes to forums, found AO, and doesn't know how to use a search engine. I hate posting a question and having people tell me to use google or something, because I always do. And like my many questions, and this guy's question, he might be looking for a good site and knows he would get on here since the links he would get were being reccomended by another person.
    And jdenny, he never said it had to on AO. So stop putting words in his mouth.

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    Ya, ya, ya... What I did is to save AO's precious space from unnecessary threads, and look what I've got? Hey, I'm NOT the one who negged him, guys/gals... I just helped him how to utilize the search engine properly. If you've searched and don't find what you're looking for, then tell us you did before asking, maybe your searching method is wrong. If you haven't done searching, then you're just too lazy and don't deserve an answer.

    Oh, by deleting this kind of unnecessary threads, everybody at AO can have quality result (low noise) when searching. And as for the title, I once said some newbies simply too lazy to read the FAQ. And I'm not THAT attached to the title, if that matters. I guess some newbies just hide behind their title to ask silly questions. Never mind, I'm just gonna quote my favorite FAQ once again:

    Originally posted here.

    How to not look stupid

    I will let you know about a few mistakes many new people make, so you can avoid the usual fare of newbie stuff. The title is just a joke . We were all new at one point and we have all made mistakes. Don't worry if you make a mistake, or someone appears angry about it, they are usually only joking around. The most common mistake is posting something in the wrong place. This takes a while to get used to, but before starting a new thread, take a quick glance at the forums list and see where it fits best. Another mistake commonly made is creating a thread already made. It's pretty difficult going through all the posts to see if the new thread idea you have already exists but do a quick scan or use the search function to search for the thread.
    EDIT: And here are my favorite quicktips:
    - The readme and FAQ files are there for a reason. Remote_Access
    - RTFM, use a search engine, then ask your question. Remote_Access_
    - Read the AO FAQ and search the site before making a post. souleman
    - When posting a question in the forums do a search first to ensure that your question has not already been answered in a different thread. valhallen
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    Here is a tutorial that i learned HTML with it is quite simple and easy to understand and it lets you type your code in to the bottom of the page to check your progress and how pages would look etc check it out its quite a good tut (you could call it an ebook to it covers mostly every thing)

    http://www.davesite.com/webstation/html/

    enjoy
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    Not exactly HTML, but a little javascript never hurt any one...

    http://www.dynamicdrive.com
    yeah, I\'m gonna need that by friday...

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    Ok, people are whining and giving me negs saying very intelligent statements such as this .. "idiot, ppl like you deserve negs, stop telling others to use google and get a brain plz". If you notice I did give links and then suggested that he searches on his own IE using his brain. He was getting negged and I told him how to avoid it, only to get negged myself. Read a little more carefully next time you start negging someone.

    -gunder
    p.s. don't tell me to get a brain when your too lazy to type out "people" and "please".

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