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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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.