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Web Design Training

Learning HTML, CSS and other web technologies can be time consuming, but is not difficult and with the right attitude can be fun! The best way to get started is by enrolling in courses offered online or at local community colleges. You can even find free courses or tutorials on the web to help you jump right in. Many of the products we recommend also include free trials and tutorials to help you get your feet wet. Try it, you might like it!

Here is a list of recommended web sites that offer online training:

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)

"...develops interoperable technologies (specifications, guidelines, software, and tools) to lead the Web to its full potential. W3C is a forum for information, commerce, communication, and collective understanding."

Following on their mission to develop and promote technologies for the Web, the W3C provides tutorials on accessibility, HTML, Internationalization, CSS, P3P and many other technologies associated with web design. W3C Team members give tutorials and courses from time to time. has provided training to 45,000 Web developers and other professionals. They have an extensive catalog of 40 online courses, covering everything from Flash to HTML to CSS to XML, and offer four Web certificate programs. Their online classes are affordable and offer flexible learning solutions.

JavaScript Tutorial

Learn JavaScript with this step-by-step JavaScript tutorial. The course shows users how the specific browsers recognize JavaScript, details the way it works and gives them some programming basics. JavaScript is relatively easy to use and learn because there are a great many examples on the web and you don't have to be a programmer or have a background in programming to learn it. It's easy to implement because you just embed it into your HTML code and it can add more functionality to your site by making it more interactive. Three common uses of JavaScript code are pop-up windows, form validation, and changing the look of an image as the mouse cursor moves over it.

Web Marketing Today Site Design

"[s] small to medium businesses and organizations learn how to use the Internet effectively."

WilsonWeb has been a web resource for designers since 1995 and features hundreds of pages of articles on site design, usability and tutorials on web site design technologies. You can also find links and articles on web site spell checkers, information on SEO and Flash web sites, improving your web site's navigational structure, and link campaigns, just to name a few.