We wish to provide some suggestions of other websites we use and learn info from. These are wonderful websites and we recommend you try them out!

Site Name Notes
W3Schools W3Schools is your best reference site to rely on. Forgot something? Check out W3Schools, more then ever likely will the answer be there. It's a web developer information website, with tutorials and references relating to web development topics such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, and SQL. Please note though, that it's not actually an affiliated with W3C nor made by W3C. It has tutorials on:
  • CSS, CSS3
  • JavaScript, jQuery
  • AJAX
  • JSON
  • Google API
  • PHP
  • SQL
  • ASP
  • ADO
  • VBScript
  • XML, and the many more sub languages
CodeAcademy Zach started Codecademy with Ryan in 2011. He worked for a few startups including GroupMe (acq. by Skype) and (acq. by Facebook) and was, somehow, a Political Science major at Columbia. He redeemed himself by dropping out of college to work on Codecademy. This website is for you on learning multiple languages in a fun and interactive way with hands on tutorials. It currently teaches:
Mozilla Developer Network Mozilla Developer Network is a top notch site for learning JavaScript, the language that powers modern applications and websites. It can also teach other languages like HTML, CSS, HTML DOM, and AJAX. Along with the Mozilla Developer Networking site, Mozilla has made other numerous projects such as:
MediaWiki MediaWiki is the fuel that powers Wikipedia, Wikis, and Wikia. Learn how to use MediaWiki by the MediaWiki organization website itself. To see the full, list that are hosted by MediaWiki, see below:
WebPlatform is an open community of developers building resources for a better web, regardless of brand, browser or platform. Learn more about Computers and coding from the professionals themselves. Here are some hot topics taught by Web Platform:
The jQuery Foundation The jQuery Foundation is a member supported non-profit trade association for web developers. They haveve created 5 other projects dedicated to jQuery and JavaScript: