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Hi,

I have basic knowledge of Html and javascript.

I am currently moved to a new role where i need to work on front end and i really like to know CSS and JQUERY .

I need an Savant advice on any good books and practices to follow .

Also advice which tool would be good to work on CSS and Jquery ,

Thanks,
Magento
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Neil_Bradley earned 100 total points
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This might be a good start http://css-tricks.com/
Its jam packed with useful CSS and jquery demos and snippets.
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Thanks for the link, i will go thru it.
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by:Pierre Cornelius
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There are also quite a few online coding sites which are very useful at trying things out and playing around with code. Here are some sites I have used in the past:

For writing html, javascript, jquery and css all you really need is a text editor. I suggest you download notepad++ (http://notepad-plus-plus.org/) .

You can find the online jQuery reference here: http://api.jquery.com/

In my experience the best teacher is experience itself so do your own little projects to gain practical experience. Another thing, become an expert here and try to solve other people's problems by answering questions. You will be amazed at how much you can learn this way.
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Hi,

I didnt have chance to look the last 2 comments, i will check that and come back soon.

Thanks
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Hi Neil/Rainer,

Thanks for your answers .

I will close the thread by Jan 2nd.

My heartly Newyear wishes to both of you .

Thanks,
Magento
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Glad to help. Best wishes for 2014!
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