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I have been looking into getting into some web design and I am not familiar with the best programs and fastest ways to learn! I do mostly video editing but i would like to get experienced in wed design. So any great programs or anything that can help please inform me! thanks
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I'd say the best way to get into it is to just use a text editor and learn some of the basics of HTML first. Certainly you can grab a demo of Dreamweaver (which should give you about 30 days), which will make it a bit easier, but I always suggest that people learn what is actually happening on the page first. Then later if you decide to use an application that is more drag-and-drop, you can always switch to the code view and clean up anything you don't like.
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well i have a basic knowledge of html, just from existing in the computer world haha. it there any "how to?" to learn html or should i just try and tech myself. i know there are some books, but they can be confusing and ridiculous. I usually like to put my hopes in google search,
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www.w3schools.com is the best resource out there

www.thestudio67.com

That's my web design portfolio/business^^ check me out!
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