Dear Tested.com Crew
So i just passed my last exam this friday and i am now officially in summer-vacation mode, i have already gotten myself a summer job to earn me some extra cash, but i want to learn something computer related as well. I have some minor experience in Photoshop as well as some HTML could these two things in some way be combined to learn how to make websites ?
I can remember some years ago i heard talk of being able to create full functioning websites through Photoshop CS3, is this still posible, and if it is, could someone point towards the right book/website were i can dig into it during the summer.
Hope everyone is having an amazing weekend.
If i remember correctly the photoshop->html converters have a tendency to make messy, outdated (tables over css) and overly complex code.
http://www.w3schools.com/ and http://css-tricks.com/ are rather good resources. From personal experience i'd say that the best would be to look for a series of tutorial videos that guide you from the very beginning. http://www.lynda.com/ seem like a rather good site in that regard but you need to buy a membership.
Ah okay thanks for the @Rallier, i was hoping for an easy way into HTML through Photoshop and Dreamweaver. But yeah, the best way might be through Lynda.com tutorials and CodeCademy.com :-)
Once again thanks for the information, Have an amazing summer :-)
@Ustrup: Good luck, be sure to post back what you come up with. :)