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    XHTML or CSS?

    Ok thanks everyone for the advice. I decided I should go with XHTML and then CSS.
  2. Ok thanks I'm still a noob to HTML and I don't know CSS yet but I guess I will have to learn it to fix these errors.
  3. I was using the W3C web page validator and I keep getting 25 errors everytime. I don't know how to fix the code so if someone can help it would be greatly appreciated. I'm still a noob at HTML so don't make fun of me if its really obvious.<code><!DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC"-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN""http://www.w3.org/TR/html4/strict.dtd"><html><head><meta name="description" content="Your source for game reviews on the Online Games and PS2 games!"><meta name="keywords" content="online, games, ps2, reviews"><title>Crimson Website</title></head><
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    starting out

    I'm the same age you are and I know HTML. But like the two guys above me said use Notepad. That is the only way you will ever learn. Never use programs like FrontPage and Dreamweaver unless you don't want to learn anything.
  5. Hello everyone I was wondering what I should learn next XHTML or CSS? I know quite a bit about HTML and will continue to study it as I go. Thanks for the suggestions.
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    I'd say if you want to get done fast with no complications then use Dreamweaver but if you want to learn HTML then use Notepad or Simletext.
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    Forms Problem

    Ok never mind I'll just use tables....it's much easier to use anyway than frames.
  8. I'm a noob at HTML and I have a slight problem with frames. I want two frames one set at 10% and the other 90%. I get the text that I entered on the 10% side of the frame but no text on the 90% side. I'm trying to make a navagation bar for my site so if you have any other recommendations on how I can make a navagation bar please let me know.
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