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Chapter 2. Build a Web Team or Go It Alo... > Dealing with HTML, CSS, and other sc...

Dealing with HTML, CSS, and other scripting

Web pages are made of code, so — no matter how you look at it — you can't avoid code. Luckily, basic Web code — HTML and CSS — is fairly easy to learn. It might seem complicated at first, but with practice and patience, you'll be hand‐coding pages pretty quickly. Many tools can help you generate code, but you still have to understand the code because sometimes you have to roll up your sleeves and get in there.

  • Even the most sophisticated software package is still just software and can make mistakes.

  • Many advanced techniques will require a deeper understanding of the underlying code and how it works.

  • Taking on an existing site to redesign or maintain requires that you know how to analyze the code that's there — if you can't, you might find that you can't work with the site.


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