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Well, there are several places over the net where you could start. Here are few:
http://www.w3schools.com
http://pagetutor.com

or you could search the web.

But where to start, what to learn first.
The basics of buliding a web page starts with HTML. Learn this first. Once you learn this, learn CSS and then JavaScript and then any server side PHP, ASP or ASP.NET.

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Yeah, learn basic HTML then css then vb/java script and eventually move onto the server side languages like ASP,ASP.NET and PHP (usually with databases).

Best way to learn is using a text editor NOT something like dreamweaver IMHO.

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One of the finest text resources I've ever used is "Head First HTML with CSS & XHTML" (O'Reilly). About $35 discounted. From that point I'd focus on CSS knowledge, then pursue JavaScript and PHP.
If you are using a PC, download and use NoteTAB Lite (free) as your text editor. On a Mac; Text Wrangler is nice, but does not have the Web tools/prompting of NoteTAB.
Good luck
-Dennis

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