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Old January 17th, 2009, 04:38 AM
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I agree with Jaysone, start small. I'm an intermediate .NET developer who only started working with websites a couple years ago. Just learn some HTML. Then try CSS. What you'll find is that you naturally want to learn other things because you want your site to do more. Just take it little by little and follow your interests. has a good HTML reference, and I learned HTML by reading books from the library and some tutorials at Start simply by using Notepad to write HTML, and if you like it, upgrade to a real coding editor like Notepad++ which is available at source forge (google either to find it easily).

And good luck!

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