joshuajamie said:He's only learning, give him a break. Every1 lifts code when they start to learn all the ins and outs.
Sorry, but I don't agree with that. There are several sites that provide excellent tutorials on HTML/CSS coding. I even pointed out w3schools.org earlier in this thread, which is a great resource for people just starting out with web design. I know several people who had the patience to actually look through the tutorials and create good sites even though it was the first time they were doing it. So don't tell me everyone lifts code when they start to learn. That's the lazy way of going about things. Besides, if you really have to blatantly copy code, you should at least have the decency to ask the original author before using it.Henyman said:yeah give him a lil break he saw something he liked + so "acuired" the code for it, it's a great way to start as he can now break it down + understand it more before re-designing it for his own use. much quicker + easyer than starting with a blank page