Beginning Website Design and Development

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    This is an awesome idea! Why not add links to some commercial products like Dreamweaver and GoLive?

    Also, Gimp is very useful for photo manipulation, as is the more professional Photoshop.
     
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    Thanks ChrisWB,
    I accidently forgot to add those in, but they are in now.

    As other suggest links, I will post them.
     
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    VTC has a large library of software training videos available online for $30/month. Some videos are better than others, but overall it's a good way to learn the basics of most popular apps (especially if you learn better by demonstration than by reading).

    http://www.vtc.com/products/internet.htm
     
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    How can that list not have the best editor on the mac platform? :cool:

    You have to add Textmate (www.macromates.com).
     
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    once this is all updated, make this a guide in the wiki section.
     
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    I use lunarpages.com for hosting they really are great. They add features all the time, almost no downtime.

    Check em' if you need em'
     
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    HTML Dog is a great resource for learning XHTML and CSS. It pretty much covers all the bases when it comes to this stuff.
     
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    Updated again and added the 'Buying Domains' section.
     
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    wow! sooo happy to find this collection of info and resources as am trying to teach myself web design... thx :)
     
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    Updated, once again, thanks for the links.
     
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    Textwrangler! It's the best and it's free! But why is it in "Blogging"?!

    As for hosting, I'm using PowWeb for yvan256.net, never had any real problem and they're not too expensive. The storage size and bandwidth/month are extremely huge too.
     
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    Updated once again. :)
     
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    Thanks for the link, great handbook by the way.
     
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    Added IE fix, CSS Tips and Trends, CSSEdit, MySQL Administration and iWeb. :)
     
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    !huge help!

    This is an excellent resource for web-related stuff. I'll be back! Thanks!
     
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