Sunday, July 28, 2013

Lynda’s HTML Essential Training

I’m trying to learn new stuff, and as someone who’s trying to make a good blog, there are thing I need to know, HTML is one of those (rhymes, FTW). And even though I had very basic knowledge of HTML, the new semantics and rules that HTML5, browser, and search engines are adopting was something that I wasn’t aware of.


HTML Essential Training 2012 is a course that lasts 5 hours with 34 minutes and has 82 videos for you to watch and learn. The contents covers all the basics, and some of the intermediate, or at least all you can learn without getting to deep into CSS and JavaScript. Things like lists, iframes, audio/video embedding, image positioning, section semantics, text styles, form types, browsers compatibility, and a lot more.

If you can’t afford to pay for the course (if you can, please do it), here’s a link to Mega where you can get it without problem (as long as they don’t delete or my account gets blocked).

UPDATE: Links are down, people. I’ll try to upload them somewhere else in a near future if possible. Meanwhile, you can use a torrent to get the files. Sorry for the inconvenience.

This is the link


And this is the key


Again, if you want to use a download manager for it, just add a “!” between the link and the key, like this:


The file is around 730Mb of size, and includes the exercises.

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