Help me to become web developer(6 posts)
i think that if you are really serious about this you may want to look into getting a copy of adobe dreamweaver but you will still want to learn html and css and probably php so then you can understand what is going on in the code and it will make things a lot easier to trouble shoot down the road
DreamWeaver is a great tool. I highly recommend it. But if you don't want to get it, you could try Notepad++. It supports syntax highlighting for all three languages (I'm pretty sure....) and that comes is great handy when trying to track down troublesome errors.
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