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  1. devil

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    I`m thinking of getting into web design and was hoping that someone could recommend a decent on-line course/college. I work full time so it would have to be on-line.
    I`ve checked out some courses but there`s so many out there it`s hard to know which is good and which is just a waste of time and money.
    Thanks in advance.
     
  2. JiminSA

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    I thoroughly recommend w3schools as the leading web development tutorial provider...
     
  3. devil

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    Thanks for that guys.
     
  4. david_thomas

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    Instead of learning on Online.....do join any good web designing institute, they will teach you, with proper guidance.
     
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    Unfortunately i cant join an institute as i work shift work, but will have a look at the link http://alison.com/.

    Thanks.
     
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    Yup! that's where I learn about the basics of web development. In fact, even until now if I have some questions, I refer to w3schools and forums like this.
     
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    If I were you I would be doing home studying! Reading and practicing tutorials in Graphic design, HTML, PHP ect. They will definitely get you on your way to success!

    There are a lot of good web sites for tutorials on everything, if Zymic.com is still up that was an amazing one back in the day when I learned! My problem is everything I know I learned at like 11-16 now I'm 22 going on 23 and everything is outdated besides some of my PHP and design knowledge.

    Dreamweaver is a good program to have for web design as well as Photoshop, Image Ready and Illustrator! Good Luck, P.M. if you need any help mate!
     
  9. devil

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    I`ll have to do some research on all the suggestions and see which one suits.
    FileThirteen thanks for the PM offer.
    Thanks to all for their suggestions, greatly appreciated.
     
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