Hi Manesh, As Ron said, books are good, because you'll spend a *lot* of time looking things up. However, for starters I learned a lot about Cold Fusion from Webmonkey tutorials. They have an old one, which should still get the idea across. Mind the wrap... <http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/programming/coldfusion/tutorials/tutori al2.html> List of all their CF articles/resources: http://hotwired.lycos.com/webmonkey/programming/coldfusion/ Good luck, matt > From: "Manesh Manickam" <manickam at rogers.com> > I not know much about anything, and I got hired to make a huge website. > The money is good, but I need someone where I can learn coldfusion, I > have already installing it and got it working. I searched on google, and > there are no good tutorials for n00bs. > Thxalot!