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Good Places To Learn Stuff. November 29, 2004 7:43 AM

Here is a link to a very good learning resource for org or business web managers:,2290,1724489,00.asp

I will be keeping an eye on links posted here. Please post good credible resource sites, not affiliate programs, ad-overlaid free graphic sites, and marketing guru stuff. Those will be deleted.

The freeware sites are risky because they are often not careful about the ad programs that they use for income, so please only post those that you know are clear of abusive spyware.

I only recommend because he supports himself with a membership program and a good set of solid products.

His articles about html and css design code are easy to understand and use.

Here is another good one, given to me in one of my classes:

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LOL... November 29, 2004 9:53 PM

Lady D got me beaten on that one - 'e-seminar' link. Was about to post a calendered link here for members's self-serviced benefit, c?

I do highly recommend you folks to visit that coz it does help you on your daily techie chores, bsides being FREE!

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HTML December 05, 2004 2:56 PM

A great place to learn html is 

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flash site December 21, 2004 8:58 AM

hej ,

a good site to learn flash is  here you can downoad stuff(fla's) and open it in your program(flash5 or flash mx, if you don't have these programs go to and download their software(shareware) so you can download flash5 or flash mx with that)

to lose spyware or other junk. i like it's the best if you have any questions just ask..



ps:it's legal I promise!

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Great place to learn HTML January 11, 2005 12:16 PM

The best place on net to learn HTML for free. It even has instructors and is great.


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Archives of Spywares Horrors... January 21, 2005 11:57 PM

This archive page is setup by 'Download.Com', which contains spyware INFECTIONS' stories encountered & posted by CNET subscribing members.

I came upon this when i recently browsed the whole website of CNET.

Browse it & learn something from others' follies! It might kept you safe the next time you saw a simple-looking admail. C?

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yet another good place to learn html etc. at... February 05, 2005 10:01 AM I like it because it's such a good success story about an entrepreneur...  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Good articles for small businesses and not for profit groups May 04, 2005 8:31 AM

The following website has a good selection of Free and helpful articles that are designed to assist a small business or non profit group start out in the right way.

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KEWL e-Ideas to ponder on May 06, 2005 9:17 PM

this site, for those folks here who are very much 'into' e-Creations:

This is the 'Oscar' of online creators, and it contains the 'Best of the Very Best'. You can dwnload the ones you're interested in thru your fav editor & check out how those are created.

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 May 07, 2005 6:09 AM

w3schools here's a great place to learn more html.
they even provide a way to practice writing code on their site!!
cool stuff!
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Help wanted for code-shortlist May 31, 2005 4:32 AM


I'm attending a course where I'm beginning to learn to write CSS codes. is really nice BUT I would really really like some short lists for the most used commands.

Can somebody help me?

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Pocket Guide May 31, 2005 3:02 PM

You might want to check you local bookstore (or, for the Pocket Guide to CSS. I will also be starting a CSS class in June, and will most likely be getting one of these for the "bottom drawer memory".  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
 June 02, 2005 1:51 PM

Thankyou Stephen!

I'm preatty sure though with my level of knowledge a guided course would help a lot more than a book-store.

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 June 02, 2005 2:55 PM

ok. Then maybe you will want to take a look at: Web Designer's Reference: An Integrated Approach to Web Design with XHTML and CSS I guess I was confused about whether you were taking a class on CSS.  [ send green star]  [ accepted]
Handy Reference July 13, 2005 3:57 PM

I found this while visiting a link provided during my CSS course.

What I liked was the Browser Book for Web Designers.  It is a nice refernce tool that just lists the command/tags and their associated variables.  It includes CSS, XHTML, fonts, javascript, and a color card.  I have been using it often during my classes.
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 September 16, 2005 5:29 PM

On CSS I highly recommend SelfHTML
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