@layouteditor – W3Schools is very unreliable in terms of the information it provides. It’s a for profit website who’s objective is to sell you stuff so it’s not unbiased as well as a resource.
The site he linked (w3fools.com) is basically a derisory site that goes into detail about where W3Schools fails in terms of their explanations and points out how wrong it is.
If you’re serious about getting into code, I would highly recommend TeamTreehouse – it costs money, but the quality is awesome in terms of the video tutorials and learning resources.
I think @yoyo is a bit of a troll…
> …w3schools? It looks descent.
*descent*, lol. How apropos.
> HTML vs. HTML5? Are these just different version of the same thing? So should I use the HTML5 template when I start my new project/create my file or should I just use HTML?
[HTML5](http://dev.w3.org/html5/spec/single-page.html) is the most recent HTML specification. Yes, you should be using it.
Photoshop for print work?
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