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Where can I find a great coding reference site online?

Asked by Blondesjon (32492 points ) November 19th, 2009

I am a code newb but I learn very rapidly. I need a site that will allow me to pick up the skills I need to take an active role in building my website and not have to rely so heavily on my talented, overworked, and very patient friends.

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jaytkay's avatar

http://www.w3schools.com/

If I were allowed only one, it would be http://www.w3schools.com/

forestGeek's avatar

Has anybody mentioned http://w3schools.com/?

Dog's avatar

Dude- Hoorrraayyy you got the flashing text off your site.
It was giving me serious ADD.

I concur with the above!

gggritso's avatar

Once you go through the basics on W3C I recommend something like Tuts+. They have a lot of hands-on examples with coding in PHP and JavaScript (as well as other languages). They also like to post roundups of useful tools and things like that. I read it all the time and it’s been very helpful to me.

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