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    Practicing HTML and css

    I wanted to know how should I practice my html and css skill when I cant find any exercise to do

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    Good morning h123er2,
    I did a few free sites for church/relatives/charities ... you can kind of end up on the hook for free site maintenance that way too though.

    I also do empty layouts and save them for use later. Any idea that comes to mind ... I have hundreds now. I do the same with menu ideas.
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    Along with that, you could go somewhere like Tuts+ and follow new tutorials. I like doing this just to get new perspectives on code, and get new ideas. While it's not "portfolio" work, it is a nice way to keep fresh.

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    practicing html and css with examples

    you can practice your html and css skill using some reference websites like w3schools.

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    Ragarding Practicing HTML and css

    1. For best HTML practice go to w3schools

    2. For best CSS practice go to Adobe Dreamweaver.

    Above methods is a simplest way for practicing both HTML and CSS.

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    DON'T use Dreamweaver if you want to get better at CSS. A WYSIWYG is not good for learning hard code. W3schools, however, is great for both.
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    When I was starting out I made a tumblr and used their built-in html/css editor. I liked this because I could see the effect right on the website, and it was cool having my edits live. This is also good when starting out because you can examine the way the designer built the page in the first place and look at what each line of code actually does for the site.


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