HTML for Beginners

HTML is the language for the web pages. All the websites you see online are written in HTML. HTML elements are the building-blocks of the web pages.

Why you’ll learn HTML?

  • To learn how to create web pages.
  • To take control your existing website.
  • Learning HTML is the first step to become a web developer.

What are the requirements to learn HTML?

  • You only need a web browser (Firefox, Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari etc.)
  • You need to have desire to create yourself web pages.

Who this course is for?

This course is for absolute beginners. It is assumed that you have no prior knowledge about programming, web development etc.

What does this course cover?

You’ll learn the latest version of HTML (HTML5) in this course. Here are all the lessons this course will cover-

HTML Introduction
Start learning HTML5 here. Learn from the beginning.
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HTML History
Take a look at the HTML history in cronical order from the beginning to its most up to date version
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HTML Editors
An HTML page is a plain text file. So, to write HTML, you can use any plain text editor. You can use visual editors too.
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HTML Elements
Headlines, paragraphs, images, links etc that you see in any web page in the browser are all web page elements.
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HTML Tags
HTML uses tags (also called markup) is used to structure the page and let the browser know the meaning of the content it surrounds.
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HTML Attributes
Elements in HTML define the structure of the web page and attributes specify additional information about an HTML element and modify its default behavior. Attributes appear within the opening tag of an element.
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HTML Meta Tags
Metadata is often specified as data about data. In the same way, HTML tag provides various information about the current HTML file.
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HTML Head
head element contains information about the current HTML document.
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HTML Styles
Styles describe the look and formatting of an HTML document and increase its aesthetic value.
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HTML Scripts
HTML scripts usually refer to computer programs that are executed on the client side in the user’s web browser.
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HTML Body
Learn HTML body which is one of the two basic sections in every HTML document. It contains those contents that are visible in the main browser window.
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Semantic HTML
Semantic HTML is HTML that uses tags meaningfully to structure the site.
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HTML Content Models
An HTML Content model is the description of the contents that an element can content.
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HTML Headings
HTML Headings are used to display information in the web page hierarchically.
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HTML Paragraphs
Learn how to specify a paragraph properly in HTML and know some Dos and Don’ts about it.
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HTML Document Outline

Learn all about HTML document outline.
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HTML Links

Learn ins and outs of HTML Link, the lifeblood of web.
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HTML Email Links

Learn how to send a quick email someone clicking an HTML link.
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HTML Image Links

Learn all about HTML image link – how to add single or multiple links to one image.
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HTML Images

Learn how to use it with proper format and some do’s and don’ts
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HTML Lists
Learn HTML Lists (HTML5 included) – how to create it, different types of list, best practices. etc…
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HTML Forms
Learn to use HTML forms properly, the two way communication media between the user and the server.
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HTML Table

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HTML Iframe

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How to use this course to get most out of it?

  • This course is based written in step by step manner. If you’re a complete beginner, you have to follow from the beginning serially.
  • It is highly recommended to write all the codes yourself by hand (not copy and paste) mentioned in every lesson.
  • If you’re familiar with any lesson, try to find any tips or techniques shared on that lesson.

Ask Questions and add comments

If you have any questions regarding any lesson, please ask at the last of that lesson. There is an option to post your questions.

Conventions used in this course

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