QUOTE(Joe Abes @ Apr 19 2012, 08:47 PM)
Thank you. Just so you know - we are so knew to this, my professor says we scour the internet, use the forums, etc to learn. All we were required to do was go through the HTML 4 elements, and I am trying to learn the rest on my own.
That's good advice, I will take a look at CSS --- I have a poo poo platter of code going on. But thank you sir for your response.
Hi Joe Abes,
Oh! My Bust... Hope I didn't startle you too bad Joe and I hope I can assist you in to the Webmastering areana.
Sorry to have overwhelmed you with this... Let me make it up to you by providing something (hopefully by Monday - things to do and places to be stuff) a little less and more appropriate to the clarified position.
I'll put something together more tutorialized for the absolute novice (as I know three (3) years ago when I was fortunate to have arrived at Zymic Webmaster Resources I knew virtually nothing of valid HTML Coding - and now I still really know nothing compared to the real wizards... but I manage in my informal education to endeavor to persevere). In the meantime please take a look at this tutorial
I had prepared a while back. The tutorial
will provide a glimpse into the future for some aspects that you should find possibly interesting being a novice.
and MySQL now).
The act of reinforcement I speak of is "getting the brain to accept more readily the knowledge I'm teaching myself" which comes from me teaching (exercising) my brain to retain the information I want to learn (knowledge) so that I may more readily understand the knowledge as well. This reinforcement comes from the touch, sight, speaking and hearing senses and last, (but not least) through the end result of the input to the brain - the slight headache throbs around the temples and forehead and back of the head.
- Touch: when I write (type) out the knowledge the brain recieves that sensation of the pens movement (keyboard, feeling the key(s) as I'm looking at the keyboard to see that I'm correctly spelling - I failed typing class when I was young) of what I'm writing,
- Sight: when I write (type) my eyes sends the information to the brain which in turn translates the words into pictures (we recollect thoughts from the pictures we draw in our minds - we don't visualize in our brains words, we visualize pictures) of what I'm writing (typing),
- Speaking: I speak (feeling the mouth move and tongue enunciating the words I'm putting down, and, a method of proofing the knowledge for correctness) what I'm writing (typing) as I'm watching and re-read (conscious effort in noting my eyes are in movement while proofing) what I wrote (typed),
- Hearing: hearing myself speak (creating vibrations from the act of speaking that which I've written to reinforce what I'm learning) what I'm writing (typing) and while speaking (telling myself (proofing) what I'm writing (typing)) as I write (touch sensations again of the pen (what I wrote (typed) (visually seeing what I wrote (typed)),
- Slight Headache Throbs: Exercising my brain (synonymous to: going to the gym for a workout to keep the body fit & toned - the women like the "six-pack abs" but the muscles ache and burn from the workout) to near mush state before calling it quits for the day.
Hope this helps you out Spice-up
(click the link in Post #3).