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    Anyone know where I might be able to get an 11x17 poster with CSS and/or JavaScript reference material on it?

    I'm not interested in making something myself.

    About 10 years ago a company sold posters with HTML reference material on it, but I can't find them.

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    Google usually works better when you pay attention to spelling...

    It's a little larger than I'd like, but I found what I'm looking for at http://www.sitepoint.com/books/

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    Site point is a really good reference, and has excellent books.
    You don't really need books, with the internet at your side.

    I'd suggest checking out: http://tizag.com, http://w3schools.com, or http://quackit.com. Those will be really good at answering your questions just by reading the HTML, JavaScript, and CSS sections.
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    I'm not sure what you mean by "poster"... but here are some laminated cheat sheets...


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    I'd suggest checking out: http://tizag.com, http://w3schools.com, or http://quackit.com.
    The former two are terrible, the latter merely bad. The only tutorial site I can recommend in good faith is http://www.howtocreate.co.uk/. For references, see http://developer.mozilla.org/ and MSDN.

    PHP doesn't seem to really have any decent tutorials. The one on php.net might be OK, if you apply programming style you've learnt from other languages.
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    Agreed... W3 schools is way outdated (along with Tizag). To be honest, you're better off learning somewhere like this, in a forum, where you stay up to date with newer coding practices.
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    Please don't mind me. I am just posting a lot of nonsense.

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