http://www.html5rocks.com/ html5rocks is a really nice resource for learning HTML tricks, this site has a lot of professional input from programmers themselves and even share some of their code as examples in helping you learn HTML/CSS. HTML5 rocks features many different authors that contribute to post up information this site even has a section that shows updates with HTML5 such as new tags and or different ways to doing things. They also have another sytlish way to keep you engaged with learning these languages such as having presentation slides, and videos to help you get the ball rolling.
http://www.designsnack.com/ Design snack is an excellent site. This site gives you access to a gallery of works made from HTML/CSS and also features some example codes where you can learn HTML/CSS while seeing the outcome.
http://www.csstutorial.net/ this site features many tutorials and the beginning information needed to begin learning CSS. This site features many post linking to other sites which host tutorials and even more information some even in video form about CSS so that can be a great site to expand on what knowledge you know about CSS so it can open you up to more and more resources.
http://www.bloc.io I have never used their service but while searching the web for places to learn website coding such as HTML/CSS this site is referenced over and over as a great site even with its high price tag of $5000, it sure would be a great site to look into to as most colleges would cost more and take longer to learn the material. It is a online course site that varies in time with its’ lessons depending on when you are available to participate.
http://www.learnpythonthehardway.org/ This site is advertising an book written by Zed A. Shaw that teaches you how to write the programming language Python. Another big plus for this site quoted from the site itself “Money back guarantee. As long as you don’t download everything, if you put in the work and the book doesn’t work for you,
I’ll give you your money back no questions asked.”