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Dear all,


Would anyone be able to tell me how to edit the HTML of my Weebly website's banner image (the bike in the rain)? I know it must be somewhere under Design > Edit HTML/CSS, but as I have little HTML knowledge, I am unsure where to look.


If it helps, the end game is to make the banner image interactive (so that it changes back and forth between two images upon mouse over or clicking).


Take a look: www.lightcycles.xyz




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Well, I'm not a professional, I started learning web design not long ago, but I think it is possible to find the video tutorials on the Internet like this on http://www.webbuildersguide.com/website-builders-reviews/weebly-review/ . As I've been learning mostly by myself I can say that such tutorials can be really helpful if you don't have an expert arround you :). Speaking about learning HTML/CSS, of course, it is necessary, especially if you are going to work in this sphere. I hope it helps!

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You dont need a book. HTML is markup language and CSS is extension. All you need you can learn by the googling.


If you want to be an amateur at best sure. CSS is not an extension it is a language in itself (declarative) and I can tell you CSS can become extremely difficult to work with when a project grows if not properly managed.


For those who actually want to learn there are many good books and and courses. I recommend CodeSchool and Frontend masters.


For the record a site builder like Weebly is absolutely the worst place to learn about web development. Closely followed by W3Schools.

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