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Do i learn html or html5 to become professional website designer?

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Do i learn html or html5 to become professional website designer?

talhawmz
I am a beginner and dont know about any version of html and i want to get certified for the 70-480 microsoft exam guide me what should i learn first html of directly html5
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    radster01

    Hi, if you like to learn visually I have some step by step tutorials on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/radtutorials01

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    2fast4unow

    I had some HTML knowledge - just the basics of what the different parts were. Then I attended ThinkBIG's 2 day HTML5 training course and was brought up to speed very quickly! http://thinkbiglearnsmart.com/html5-css3-training-classes/

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    kateatkinsonvk

    for beginning you should definitely prefer and start with HTML. The main reason is that HTML5 is not supported by all browsers. But yes after getting your certification in HTML you can also go for HTML5 because it could be possible that in the coming years HTML5 can make its compatibility with all the browsers. For the mean you should start with the basics. After grasping your command in HTML you can go for the latest versions of HTML.

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    draalinx

    I made a small short guide regarding an Introduction to HTML

    It's not super in depth but it might help a bit http://draalin.com/introduction-to-html/

    If you have any questions please ask!

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    cpguru21

    Does anyone still use this? In the way back machine used to be a great resource for learning HTML.

    Under their primer section is this:

    "If you know nothing about HTML, this is where you start
    To the Reader...
    These tutorials are set up so you can move through them over a week's time. One tutorial per day. However, if you can go faster, do it! Some have told me that they finished the primers in a day. Good luck."

    I lost interest a long time ago but this was the place I went to learn the basics anyway.

    HTH

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    LORDDUAH

    That will let you become quite knowledgeable with the various attributes, tags and formalities of the sub-language (html). so as recommended earlier by beeznes: go to W3S for more!

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    Britisch

    Microsoft's learning website (search "microsoft exam 70-480" to find) recommends that you have "1 to 2 years experience developing with HTML in an object-oriented, event-driven programming model" before taking this exam. That means something like PHP or ASP dot NET. If you're a beginner, I recommend building your own website (maybe use it for a blog or something like that). You'll quickly learn how the building blocks of a markup language (HTML for content and structure and CSS for visual formatting) along with the building blocks of an object-oriented programming language (PHP or ASP) come together. Specifically, the Microsoft 70-480 exam is very top-heavy with requirements related directly to HTML5 itself (the "canvas," SVG graphics, storage and AppCache API's - to name a few). You better learn the basics before delving into those; there's simply no way to grasp those concepts without a base working knowledge that will take, as I said, 1 to 2 years to establish. You will eventually grow in knowledge to the point where your web application uses dynamic data (usually database-driven, but flat-file is okay too, in some cases). It won't be until you get to the point where you're building structured, dynamic websites that you'll need to learn about XML, JSON, XMLHTTPRequest and so forth. If it sounds like a lot of work, it is; and it takes years of experience to get good at it. Both the journey and the rewards will be worth your time, so get started!

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    gauravs_iet

    I would suggest start from basic html, clear your concept, and then move forward. There are some new tags introduced in html 5, to understand them, you must have some basic knowledge of html.

    All the Best for exam.

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    Slayer_

    HTML5 is just a new version of the HTML specification.

    HTML is just a format of XML

    So start with XML. When you understand the basics of nodes, elements and attributes, you can move to basic HTML.
    HTML4 is much easier to learn to start with, before starting on the new stuff that HTML5 adds.

    W3 schools is a good site to get started.
    http://www.w3schools .com/
    Copy and paste that into your browser, then remove the space between the s and the .com. I had to add the space to make TR not delete my post.

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    jsowell42

    Extensible Markup Language (XML) IS the protocol language used for data storage and transport. It is NOT HTML - it appears similar.
    Hyper Text Markup Language is the protocol language for how data is displayed.
    So, Talhawmz, you will want to start with HTML.

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    dorylicious1

    I agree, the two are the same but bear in mind that HTML5 is not compatible with certain (old) browsers, it is good to know the "new stuff that HTML5 adds" - can save you time from being frustrated when you find it out that your design doesn't render right.

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    Britisch

    XML is a poor starting point. See my answer for a more thorough explanation, but here's the takeaway: Learn SIMPLE HTML and CSS first.

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    Slayer_

    How can XML be a poor starting point? it takes 20 minutes to learn the basics of XML nodes, elements and attributes. Then you can move onto HTML which is just a doc type definition for an XML document.

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    beeznees

    A good way to start is to read the code of the html pages on the web.
    1 - save a page from any website on your drive
    2 - using firefox or IE, read the source (code written in plain English) by clicking CTL+U in firefox or right-click on the webpage and select view page source. Using Linux it is even more simple as you can open any page.html with a text editor and read the code. I suppose you might be able to do that in Windows as well.
    3 - once you have the text of an html code in front of you, just read it to understand how a page is made with all the Tags, like this one you have here in front of you, starting at the top of the page with:
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    next line:
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" xlmns:og="http://ogp.me/ns#" xlmns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml" class="">
    <head>
    then
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <meta http-equiv="X-Ua-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1" />
    <meta name="description" content="I am a beginner and dont know about any version of html and i want to get certified for the 70-480 microsoft exam guide me what should i learn first h" />
    <meta name="keywords" content="TechRepublic, talkback, user comments, forum, discussions" />
    <meta name="language" content="en" />
    That speaks for itself.
    then
    <title>Q&A: Do i learn html or html5 to become professional website designer? | TechRepublic</title> Here you can change the title,
    </head> which is the end of the Head section of your page.
    once you have changed the title, you save that page under a new name, mypage1.html for example, and when you open it in your browser, you'll see the change of the title.
    You can play around with all the Tags, but ignore the <script>... </script> as they are tags for javascript... just remove them all.
    Also, you should look for the files with .css extension, and look into the folder of your saved page, if you saved this page on your drive under the name "mytechquery.html" it will have a folder "mytechquery_files" and in that folder you'll find many files amongst them: the .css files which are text files, open them and read them, you'll understand. Then play around with them by tweaking a few things and look a the changes on your .html page, and all will become clear.
    Then you can learn about css on same site: http://www.w3schools.com
    It is a very simple way to understand, a bit like dismantling a bike and putting it back together, you can learn very quickly by doing it right away.... practicing is the best way.
    Then you have a lot of books on the web, to get all the explanations you need about the Tags and the .css files.
    Good work, html is very simple.

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    jsowell42

    That's a great idea! LOL IDK Why I never thought of it

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    mandysutton

    This approach worries me slightly.
    There are some dreadful sites out there and I for one picked up some very bad habits doing this.
    I look at source code all the time to see how developers have handled a certain feature but without some basic html first it would scare the pants off most people. Just look at the raw code from a wordpress site to see the complexity.
    HTML can be simple - it's people that make it complicated.

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    Britisch

    Very nice tutorial for absolute beginners with HTML! Well done.

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    draalinx

    I made a small short guide regarding an Introduction to HTML

    It's not super in depth but it might help a bit http://draalin.com/introduction-to-html/

    If you have any questions please ask!

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    dorylicious1

    Thanks! That's really helpful!

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    cpguru21

    Does anyone still use this? In the way back machine used to be a great resource for learning HTML.

    Under their primer section is this:

    "If you know nothing about HTML, this is where you start
    To the Reader...
    These tutorials are set up so you can move through them over a week's time. One tutorial per day. However, if you can go faster, do it! Some have told me that they finished the primers in a day. Good luck."

    I lost interest a long time ago but this was the place I went to learn the basics anyway.

    HTH

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    LORDDUAH

    That will let you become quite knowledgeable with the various attributes, tags and formalities of the sub-language (html). so as recommended earlier by beeznes: go to W3S for more!

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    Britisch

    Microsoft's learning website (search "microsoft exam 70-480" to find) recommends that you have "1 to 2 years experience developing with HTML in an object-oriented, event-driven programming model" before taking this exam. That means something like PHP or ASP dot NET. If you're a beginner, I recommend building your own website (maybe use it for a blog or something like that). You'll quickly learn how the building blocks of a markup language (HTML for content and structure and CSS for visual formatting) along with the building blocks of an object-oriented programming language (PHP or ASP) come together. Specifically, the Microsoft 70-480 exam is very top-heavy with requirements related directly to HTML5 itself (the "canvas," SVG graphics, storage and AppCache API's - to name a few). You better learn the basics before delving into those; there's simply no way to grasp those concepts without a base working knowledge that will take, as I said, 1 to 2 years to establish. You will eventually grow in knowledge to the point where your web application uses dynamic data (usually database-driven, but flat-file is okay too, in some cases). It won't be until you get to the point where you're building structured, dynamic websites that you'll need to learn about XML, JSON, XMLHTTPRequest and so forth. If it sounds like a lot of work, it is; and it takes years of experience to get good at it. Both the journey and the rewards will be worth your time, so get started!

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    gauravs_iet

    I would suggest start from basic html, clear your concept, and then move forward. There are some new tags introduced in html 5, to understand them, you must have some basic knowledge of html.

    All the Best for exam.

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    kateatkinsonvk

    for beginning you should definitely prefer and start with HTML. The main reason is that HTML5 is not supported by all browsers. But yes after getting your certification in HTML you can also go for HTML5 because it could be possible that in the coming years HTML5 can make its compatibility with all the browsers. For the mean you should start with the basics. After grasping your command in HTML you can go for the latest versions of HTML.

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    beeznees

    A good way to start is to read the code of the html pages on the web.
    1 - save a page from any website on your drive
    2 - using firefox or IE, read the source (code written in plain English) by clicking CTL+U in firefox or right-click on the webpage and select view page source. Using Linux it is even more simple as you can open any page.html with a text editor and read the code. I suppose you might be able to do that in Windows as well.
    3 - once you have the text of an html code in front of you, just read it to understand how a page is made with all the Tags, like this one you have here in front of you, starting at the top of the page with:
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    next line:
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" xlmns:og="http://ogp.me/ns#" xlmns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml" class="">
    <head>
    then
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <meta http-equiv="X-Ua-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1" />
    <meta name="description" content="I am a beginner and dont know about any version of html and i want to get certified for the 70-480 microsoft exam guide me what should i learn first h" />
    <meta name="keywords" content="TechRepublic, talkback, user comments, forum, discussions" />
    <meta name="language" content="en" />
    That speaks for itself.
    then
    <title>Q&A: Do i learn html or html5 to become professional website designer? | TechRepublic</title> Here you can change the title,
    </head> which is the end of the Head section of your page.
    once you have changed the title, you save that page under a new name, mypage1.html for example, and when you open it in your browser, you'll see the change of the title.
    You can play around with all the Tags, but ignore the <script>... </script> as they are tags for javascript... just remove them all.
    Also, you should look for the files with .css extension, and look into the folder of your saved page, if you saved this page on your drive under the name "mytechquery.html" it will have a folder "mytechquery_files" and in that folder you'll find many files amongst them: the .css files which are text files, open them and read them, you'll understand. Then play around with them by tweaking a few things and look a the changes on your .html page, and all will become clear.
    Then you can learn about css on same site: http://www.w3schools.com
    It is a very simple way to understand, a bit like dismantling a bike and putting it back together, you can learn very quickly by doing it right away.... practicing is the best way.
    Then you have a lot of books on the web, to get all the explanations you need about the Tags and the .css files.
    Good work, html is very simple.

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    kateatkinsonvk

    for beginning you should definitely prefer and start with HTML. The main reason is that HTML5 is not supported by all browsers. But yes after getting your certification in HTML you can also go for HTML5 because it could be possible that in the coming years HTML5 can make its compatibility with all the browsers. For the mean you should start with the basics. After grasping your command in HTML you can go for the latest versions of HTML.

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    1 Votes
    draalinx

    I made a small short guide regarding an Introduction to HTML

    It's not super in depth but it might help a bit http://draalin.com/introduction-to-html/

    If you have any questions please ask!

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    cpguru21

    Does anyone still use this? In the way back machine used to be a great resource for learning HTML.

    Under their primer section is this:

    "If you know nothing about HTML, this is where you start
    To the Reader...
    These tutorials are set up so you can move through them over a week's time. One tutorial per day. However, if you can go faster, do it! Some have told me that they finished the primers in a day. Good luck."

    I lost interest a long time ago but this was the place I went to learn the basics anyway.

    HTH

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    LORDDUAH

    That will let you become quite knowledgeable with the various attributes, tags and formalities of the sub-language (html). so as recommended earlier by beeznes: go to W3S for more!

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    0 Votes
    Britisch

    Microsoft's learning website (search "microsoft exam 70-480" to find) recommends that you have "1 to 2 years experience developing with HTML in an object-oriented, event-driven programming model" before taking this exam. That means something like PHP or ASP dot NET. If you're a beginner, I recommend building your own website (maybe use it for a blog or something like that). You'll quickly learn how the building blocks of a markup language (HTML for content and structure and CSS for visual formatting) along with the building blocks of an object-oriented programming language (PHP or ASP) come together. Specifically, the Microsoft 70-480 exam is very top-heavy with requirements related directly to HTML5 itself (the "canvas," SVG graphics, storage and AppCache API's - to name a few). You better learn the basics before delving into those; there's simply no way to grasp those concepts without a base working knowledge that will take, as I said, 1 to 2 years to establish. You will eventually grow in knowledge to the point where your web application uses dynamic data (usually database-driven, but flat-file is okay too, in some cases). It won't be until you get to the point where you're building structured, dynamic websites that you'll need to learn about XML, JSON, XMLHTTPRequest and so forth. If it sounds like a lot of work, it is; and it takes years of experience to get good at it. Both the journey and the rewards will be worth your time, so get started!

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    gauravs_iet

    I would suggest start from basic html, clear your concept, and then move forward. There are some new tags introduced in html 5, to understand them, you must have some basic knowledge of html.

    All the Best for exam.

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    Slayer_

    HTML5 is just a new version of the HTML specification.

    HTML is just a format of XML

    So start with XML. When you understand the basics of nodes, elements and attributes, you can move to basic HTML.
    HTML4 is much easier to learn to start with, before starting on the new stuff that HTML5 adds.

    W3 schools is a good site to get started.
    http://www.w3schools .com/
    Copy and paste that into your browser, then remove the space between the s and the .com. I had to add the space to make TR not delete my post.

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    jsowell42

    Extensible Markup Language (XML) IS the protocol language used for data storage and transport. It is NOT HTML - it appears similar.
    Hyper Text Markup Language is the protocol language for how data is displayed.
    So, Talhawmz, you will want to start with HTML.

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    dorylicious1

    I agree, the two are the same but bear in mind that HTML5 is not compatible with certain (old) browsers, it is good to know the "new stuff that HTML5 adds" - can save you time from being frustrated when you find it out that your design doesn't render right.

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    Britisch

    XML is a poor starting point. See my answer for a more thorough explanation, but here's the takeaway: Learn SIMPLE HTML and CSS first.

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    Slayer_

    How can XML be a poor starting point? it takes 20 minutes to learn the basics of XML nodes, elements and attributes. Then you can move onto HTML which is just a doc type definition for an XML document.

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    2 Votes
    beeznees

    A good way to start is to read the code of the html pages on the web.
    1 - save a page from any website on your drive
    2 - using firefox or IE, read the source (code written in plain English) by clicking CTL+U in firefox or right-click on the webpage and select view page source. Using Linux it is even more simple as you can open any page.html with a text editor and read the code. I suppose you might be able to do that in Windows as well.
    3 - once you have the text of an html code in front of you, just read it to understand how a page is made with all the Tags, like this one you have here in front of you, starting at the top of the page with:
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    next line:
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" xlmns:og="http://ogp.me/ns#" xlmns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml" class="">
    <head>
    then
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <meta http-equiv="X-Ua-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1" />
    <meta name="description" content="I am a beginner and dont know about any version of html and i want to get certified for the 70-480 microsoft exam guide me what should i learn first h" />
    <meta name="keywords" content="TechRepublic, talkback, user comments, forum, discussions" />
    <meta name="language" content="en" />
    That speaks for itself.
    then
    <title>Q&A: Do i learn html or html5 to become professional website designer? | TechRepublic</title> Here you can change the title,
    </head> which is the end of the Head section of your page.
    once you have changed the title, you save that page under a new name, mypage1.html for example, and when you open it in your browser, you'll see the change of the title.
    You can play around with all the Tags, but ignore the <script>... </script> as they are tags for javascript... just remove them all.
    Also, you should look for the files with .css extension, and look into the folder of your saved page, if you saved this page on your drive under the name "mytechquery.html" it will have a folder "mytechquery_files" and in that folder you'll find many files amongst them: the .css files which are text files, open them and read them, you'll understand. Then play around with them by tweaking a few things and look a the changes on your .html page, and all will become clear.
    Then you can learn about css on same site: http://www.w3schools.com
    It is a very simple way to understand, a bit like dismantling a bike and putting it back together, you can learn very quickly by doing it right away.... practicing is the best way.
    Then you have a lot of books on the web, to get all the explanations you need about the Tags and the .css files.
    Good work, html is very simple.

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    jsowell42

    That's a great idea! LOL IDK Why I never thought of it

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    0 Votes
    mandysutton

    This approach worries me slightly.
    There are some dreadful sites out there and I for one picked up some very bad habits doing this.
    I look at source code all the time to see how developers have handled a certain feature but without some basic html first it would scare the pants off most people. Just look at the raw code from a wordpress site to see the complexity.
    HTML can be simple - it's people that make it complicated.

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    0 Votes
    Britisch

    Very nice tutorial for absolute beginners with HTML! Well done.

    +
    1 Votes
    draalinx

    I made a small short guide regarding an Introduction to HTML

    It's not super in depth but it might help a bit http://draalin.com/introduction-to-html/

    If you have any questions please ask!

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    0 Votes
    dorylicious1

    Thanks! That's really helpful!

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    0 Votes
    cpguru21

    Does anyone still use this? In the way back machine used to be a great resource for learning HTML.

    Under their primer section is this:

    "If you know nothing about HTML, this is where you start
    To the Reader...
    These tutorials are set up so you can move through them over a week's time. One tutorial per day. However, if you can go faster, do it! Some have told me that they finished the primers in a day. Good luck."

    I lost interest a long time ago but this was the place I went to learn the basics anyway.

    HTH

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    1 Votes
    LORDDUAH

    That will let you become quite knowledgeable with the various attributes, tags and formalities of the sub-language (html). so as recommended earlier by beeznes: go to W3S for more!

    +
    0 Votes
    Britisch

    Microsoft's learning website (search "microsoft exam 70-480" to find) recommends that you have "1 to 2 years experience developing with HTML in an object-oriented, event-driven programming model" before taking this exam. That means something like PHP or ASP dot NET. If you're a beginner, I recommend building your own website (maybe use it for a blog or something like that). You'll quickly learn how the building blocks of a markup language (HTML for content and structure and CSS for visual formatting) along with the building blocks of an object-oriented programming language (PHP or ASP) come together. Specifically, the Microsoft 70-480 exam is very top-heavy with requirements related directly to HTML5 itself (the "canvas," SVG graphics, storage and AppCache API's - to name a few). You better learn the basics before delving into those; there's simply no way to grasp those concepts without a base working knowledge that will take, as I said, 1 to 2 years to establish. You will eventually grow in knowledge to the point where your web application uses dynamic data (usually database-driven, but flat-file is okay too, in some cases). It won't be until you get to the point where you're building structured, dynamic websites that you'll need to learn about XML, JSON, XMLHTTPRequest and so forth. If it sounds like a lot of work, it is; and it takes years of experience to get good at it. Both the journey and the rewards will be worth your time, so get started!

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    gauravs_iet

    I would suggest start from basic html, clear your concept, and then move forward. There are some new tags introduced in html 5, to understand them, you must have some basic knowledge of html.

    All the Best for exam.

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    0 Votes
    kateatkinsonvk

    for beginning you should definitely prefer and start with HTML. The main reason is that HTML5 is not supported by all browsers. But yes after getting your certification in HTML you can also go for HTML5 because it could be possible that in the coming years HTML5 can make its compatibility with all the browsers. For the mean you should start with the basics. After grasping your command in HTML you can go for the latest versions of HTML.

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    2 Votes
    beeznees

    A good way to start is to read the code of the html pages on the web.
    1 - save a page from any website on your drive
    2 - using firefox or IE, read the source (code written in plain English) by clicking CTL+U in firefox or right-click on the webpage and select view page source. Using Linux it is even more simple as you can open any page.html with a text editor and read the code. I suppose you might be able to do that in Windows as well.
    3 - once you have the text of an html code in front of you, just read it to understand how a page is made with all the Tags, like this one you have here in front of you, starting at the top of the page with:
    <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
    next line:
    <html xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xml:lang="en" lang="en" xlmns:og="http://ogp.me/ns#" xlmns:fb="http://www.facebook.com/2008/fbml" class="">
    <head>
    then
    <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=utf-8" />
    <meta http-equiv="X-Ua-Compatible" content="IE=edge,chrome=1" />
    <meta name="description" content="I am a beginner and dont know about any version of html and i want to get certified for the 70-480 microsoft exam guide me what should i learn first h" />
    <meta name="keywords" content="TechRepublic, talkback, user comments, forum, discussions" />
    <meta name="language" content="en" />
    That speaks for itself.
    then
    <title>Q&A: Do i learn html or html5 to become professional website designer? | TechRepublic</title> Here you can change the title,
    </head> which is the end of the Head section of your page.
    once you have changed the title, you save that page under a new name, mypage1.html for example, and when you open it in your browser, you'll see the change of the title.
    You can play around with all the Tags, but ignore the <script>... </script> as they are tags for javascript... just remove them all.
    Also, you should look for the files with .css extension, and look into the folder of your saved page, if you saved this page on your drive under the name "mytechquery.html" it will have a folder "mytechquery_files" and in that folder you'll find many files amongst them: the .css files which are text files, open them and read them, you'll understand. Then play around with them by tweaking a few things and look a the changes on your .html page, and all will become clear.
    Then you can learn about css on same site: http://www.w3schools.com
    It is a very simple way to understand, a bit like dismantling a bike and putting it back together, you can learn very quickly by doing it right away.... practicing is the best way.
    Then you have a lot of books on the web, to get all the explanations you need about the Tags and the .css files.
    Good work, html is very simple.

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    2fast4unow

    I had some HTML knowledge - just the basics of what the different parts were. Then I attended ThinkBIG's 2 day HTML5 training course and was brought up to speed very quickly! http://thinkbiglearnsmart.com/html5-css3-training-classes/

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    radster01

    Hi, if you like to learn visually I have some step by step tutorials on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/radtutorials01