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Post up tutorials and manuals on HTML, PHP, MySQL etc..
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  1. #1
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    Post up tutorials and manuals on HTML, PHP, MySQL etc..

    Hello everyone,

    Does anyone have some really extremely good step by step tutorials for all programming languages/coding?? Starting with HTML and below that and above that is still in used. If it's a step by step C/C++ book free for example that's fine. PHP, Perl, Visual Basic, C/C++, everything.

    I have a learning disability so if i read commands and it doesn't tell me where to put them or if it's not a step by step then i'm lost already. I will be using Windows XP for this. Let's take HTML for example. I want a tutorial or whatever from the very basic it can get to the very advanced it can get. Is there anything like that on every language possible. Thanks.

  2. #2

    Re:Post up tutorials and manuals on HTML, PHP, MySQL etc..

    1. There is /no/ step by step tutorial for /any/ programming language. you need some effort but since you are determined to learn, it might be easier.

    For HTML, http://w3schools.com is awesome. It also has PHP.

    For Perl, use CPAN. it's awesome and google (the best source).

    For C/C++, google and http://cplusplus.com . These are what I use to see some new commands and stuff..

    Remember, DO NOT try to learn all these at the same time. I'd suggest the following order, but some might find it a bit biased.

    Perl (i am kidding).

    er.
    1. HTML
    2. PHP (if you are into Web Dev,etc)
    3. Perl (my personal favorite... fit for /any/ job)
    4. C++
    5. C
    etc.

    But this is just a suggestion and that's how i went.. although i didn't like PHP but that's another story and my most important thing is go slow or you are going to get /very/ confused and wouldn't know what to do. Remember:

    Simple -> Complex.


  3. #3
    Guest

    Re:Post up tutorials and manuals on HTML, PHP, MySQL etc..

    Thanks for the links and info. I already knew about w3schools and i read almost the whole thing on HTML but i didn't understand it so why read the last few when i didn't understand the whole thing i read??

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    Re:Post up tutorials and manuals on HTML, PHP, MySQL etc..

    Well, I /used/ to learn HTML and 100% of my HTML knowledge is from there but here are some more:

    http://htmlgoodies.com
    http://werbach.com/barebones/
    http://www.google.com/search?q=HTML%20Tutorials ()

    Here are some that i know of..

    Good Luck.
    Sincerely,
    Shebang

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    Re:Post up tutorials and manuals on HTML, PHP, MySQL etc..


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