Basic tactings and starting hands
right I found this page a semi helpful reference when I was starting out
Has a list of starting hands the stronger the better and also means what position you can play them from.
The strongest hands you can usually raise with or reraise to chase out the drawing hands. The weaker the hands get the later or nearer the dealer button you should play them as there is less chance of someone coming in behind you with a strong hand.
Also the more people who have called before you in the pot the better the medium hands come as there is enough money in the pot to justify the odds
of you hitting the winning hand. If no one has called into the pot before you and you are in a late seat, then its usually either not worth calling with the medium to weak hands cause the pot is too small. So either fold with them or go in for a raise in the aim to "stealing the blinds".
So winning poker is down to the starting hands you play, the number of people who are in the pot and your position from the blinds/dealer. There is more too it than that but to start with getting to grips with those should help improve your game.