If you're on a budget and can't afford coaching, you might want to run Defranco's Westside for Skinny Bastards. If you're not skinny or even if you're on the big side that's okay.
Basically, there's more instructions so it's easier to follow correctly. Once you've gone through a few weeks to many months of successful training with that, shift over to a template more like the Westside Barbell templates you see.
On elitefts.com, they have a squat manual that's free jam packed with good information. He also has a deadlift and bench thing like it, but personally I don't like them as much. That's not to say they're bad. I think they're still worth a good look over.
The Elitefts Bench Press Manual by Dave Tate is another great read for specifics to Westside style training.
Louie Simmons also wrote something called Squat and Deadlift Manual. It only comes in a physical book. 20$ for 173 pages at Rogue. I haven't read it, but feel free to let us know if it's any good if you happen to.
And just something to keep in mind. Nobody knows all the secrets to entering weightlifting Valhalla. At some point, you've just gotta do it.