stuck_again — 2014-05-01T05:24:46-04:00 — #1
Its come to the point now that I have to make the jump over to html5/css3 and responsive design.
Does anyone know of a good course/book/tutorial to go through to get me started on upgrading my skills to html5?
Thank you in advance for any suggestions.
davidclark — 2014-05-01T06:45:37-04:00 — #2
Where 's your current html5/css3 level?
stuck_again — 2014-05-02T02:47:38-04:00 — #3
Thanks for getting back to me mate.
I would say my current level is pretty basic with regards to html5.
Ive struggled with it on some recent projects but just about managed to get things working.
One of the main areas that confuses me is to do with responsive layouts and using percentages as opposed to px's and also media queries.
Hope that helps you out a little,
davemaxwell — 2014-05-02T08:07:33-04:00 — #4
Though it may sound self-promoting, Learnable (A SitePoint company) has a number of HTML5/CSS3/Responsive Design courses.
Note: I am NOT a SP employee, merely a volunteer here in the forums
davidclark — 2014-05-03T00:15:07-04:00 — #5
In this case, any basic course from a good provider is fine with you. I mean you just need to choose the good company. And I totally agree with DaveMaxwell, SP is a good company you can trust to learn HTML. Other than that, my experience tell me, you need to think about your own project then you implement it in the time you learn it will be better a lot and you will have a lot of good questions to ask to improve your skills
imran_khalid — 2014-05-03T22:22:41-04:00 — #6
stuck_again — 2014-05-05T04:51:49-04:00 — #7
Thanks for your advice people.. after my current project is finished I will jump into one of the SP affiliated courses.
davidclark — 2014-05-05T18:29:42-04:00 — #8
I see all of people who reply your post is very active and they are trying to help you but I guess you thought they try to promote something? Other than that, it have nothing to do with "SP affiliated courses"
system — 2014-06-09T06:54:42-04:00 — #9
My suggestion is go for w3schools.com, it is one of the better tutorial for HTML5
shophiarajan47 — 2014-06-09T15:04:30-04:00 — #10
THere are many online site where you can learn HTMl5 like sitepoint, w3cschool, tutorialpoints etc. You can enroll for course on khan acedmy, treehouse, lynda to go for more professional and problematic approach.
system — 2014-06-19T05:39:17-04:00 — #11
I just wanna give you a Thanks for this link. Also I have a note that is it free or premium? Actually I couldn't see any video here. It is still in pause even I clicked on them.
technobear — 2014-06-19T12:09:38-04:00 — #12
Did you miss this bit on the page?
But this thread is several weeks old and the OP has already found an answer. We already have threads offering general recommendations for learning resources, and we don't need this to turn into another, so I think it's time to close it.