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What is the best website to learn web development?

By I.2.D ·
Hello everyone (:
I am planning to start learning web development I want to be a full stack developer but now I am studying at college so I don't have time or money to code camps or anything like that so I decided to learn at home using free websites and after some browsing I found four websites that seems good but I am so confused which one is the best because they all have the same things (HTML,CSS....) so could anyone please tell me what is the best website for a beginner like me I want to be a good developer so most important thing in web development will be familiar to me.
The websites are:
1- www.w3schools.com
2- www.codecademy.com
3- developers.google.com
4- www.theodinproject.com

sorry for the long question but I am really confused so please help me.
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learning web development

by stephenchongsg In reply to What is the best website ...

You have already given the answer.The thing is W3schoolis goog if you want to learn your own but cannot resolve your query its a static document. Other websites like Linda, code academy, Udemy etc are paid courses. But if you are looking for free the edx is also a good option.

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by tedbaker1 In reply to What is the best website ...

codeacademy is really the best one.
Very great UI and easy to start functions implemented.
Love it.

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Best Website

by tamil1996 In reply to What is the best website ...

In my experience W3 schools is the best website to learn web development

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What is the best website to learn web development?

by dbcomp In reply to What is the best website ...

W3 schools is the best website to learn web development.

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Freecodecamp

by forumisoft In reply to What is the best website ...

freecodecamp - is a non-profit organization that consists of an interactive learning web platform, an online community forum, chat rooms, Medium publications and local organizations that intend to make learning web development accessible to anyone. Beginning with tutorials that introduce students to HTML, CSS and JavaScript, students progress to project assignments that they must complete either alone or in pairs. Upon completion of all project tasks, students are partnered with other nonprofits to build web applications, giving the students practical development experience.

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