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    Active Member Fabolous05 is on a distinguished road
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    A good read on CSS

    A good read to learn about CSS
    http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp

    I was just reading this because I'm not a very experienced CSS reader but this is a very good resource. If your a beginner to CSS this is a good resource

    Tommorrow I'm going to try to make a small html with a CSS and see how it turns out. I'll post it in here and see what you guys think, oh and get ready to answer some of my questions
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    http://members.shaw.ca/bavraj/css/1/

    Well not exactly my prettiest work lol, I was just playing with some tags. Never really tried CSS so thought might as well.

    http://members.shaw.ca/bavraj/css/1/mystyle.css
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    Good job for your first work, Fab!

    I like it. Keep it going. CSS is amazingly powerful when you figure it out. It can be difficult to learn, but if you take it one step at a time, you'll stop using tables before you know it.

    Remember to always check your CSS code using the W3C CSS Validator. Yours actually does not validate right now, but that's ok. Check it, see what's wrong, and see if you can fix it. If you need help, let me know.

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    cool, but what do you mean by replacing tables?
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    Originally posted by Fabolous05
    http://members.shaw.ca/bavraj/css/1/

    Well not exactly my prettiest work lol, I was just playing with some tags. Never really tried CSS so thought might as well.

    http://members.shaw.ca/bavraj/css/1/mystyle.css
    Ouch, I think my eyes just fell out of the sockets! Whoa.

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    Originally posted by Fabolous05
    cool, but what do you mean by replacing tables?
    With CSS, you can completely create websites with NO tables. Instead, you use "div's" and other codes that you position with CSS. For instance, if you have an image you want to place somewhere, you could put it in a table with all of the tables jumbled code, or you could place it in a div and put it anywhere you want with CSS. That's a ways off, though. Just take it one step at a time.

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    Thanks guys this will help me a lot!

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    A CSS editor allows you to alter your freewebs website with different HTML links, layouts, etc.

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    W3schools is good resource to learn web design, web development programs.

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