I've been trying my best to read books on
Java and Ajax no luck :/
Start with HTML and CSS, as you need that anyway to build the front-end.
Before you jump into server side scripting, you definately should spend as much time as you can with the basics.
When I decided to learn web development, I picked up asp.net first and used visual studio to develop. The IDE makes it easy to drop controls on the page but I found myself struggling when I wanted to introduce anything into my design that was not readily available in the tool. Once I stopped and started from the very beginning, it made a world of difference.
Okay thanks for the help :D
I've been trying my best to read books on Java and Ajax no luck
EDIT: Sorry, had this thread open from earlier, didn't see the update before posting.
It's okay @EvolutionFallen
And yeah They are different.