anyone seen this site yet?
sure. long long tim ago
funny stuff though
"Real Programmers can write assembly code in any language" - Larry Wall
Pity no one has time to expand the w3fools site - it is such a small sampling of the many antiquated things on w3schools that the two guys that own w3schools just haven't kept up to date. Given the number of topics they cover and how long it would take to keep each up to date they really need to employ a staff of a half dozen or more full timeers if they really want to keep their site up to date - rather than just treating it as a hobby.
If they hadn't got such a misleading domain name then their site would be long gone by now - some sections of it are so out of date.
Both sites suffer from not having enough people to properly maintain them.
I'm sure they'd be able to cover the costs of someone if they put an extra advert top right of their entire website.
After reading a bit of a rant elsewhere about W3Schools I had a go at their 'CSS Quiz' just for fun. All went well until Q20 - see the attached screenshot.
I confess to thinking the answer was 'None of the above'. In fact the 'correct' answer is 1, but (and I had to look this up) the background attribute was deprecated in HTML4....
old but still true
i think it is very good website for beginners because i have learned the basics of my html through this web site and i t cover all the related areas.
I've used w3schools.com in the past.
Been a sign maker for 8 years. My business:
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TheNewBoston generally provides superior learning material.
Never heard of TheNewBoston but I'll check it out, I've been 'learning' on and off from w3schools only. Are their certificate really bogus though??
i hadnt heard of newboston either until someoen linked thios recently on my jQueru facebook group :
I know the site its helped me out a few times when i was at college! which wasn't that long ago........ haha