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HTML Tutorial

HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. It is a data oriented language defined by W3C consortium to create web pages. In the next tutorial you can learn what is HTML and how is used to create the internet.

Video Lecture

If you have the bandwith, please watch the next video to learn about HTML and web pages. This film is only 7 min long, has no ads and is very informative for beginners. It was filmed by Sage-Code instructor in a Chicago garden. If you appreciate this video I hope you will press the like button. Thanks!

HTML Overview

Learning HTML

HTML is a document oriented language and looks like XML. Both languages are markup languages based on tags. These are keywords enclosed in angle brackets: One opening tag looks like this: <tag>. Each opening tag has a closing tag that look like this: </tag>. Each tag has specific attributes and functionality. There are about 30 tags to learn before you can say you know HTML.

Learning CSS

After learning HTML tags you need CSS for making the pages pretty. Then you can continue with JavaScript. At first you will probably be confused by different notations. We present only the essentials to give you a quick start. You should check the official documentation for more details.

HTML - Prep Quiz

Next does not have a time limit, but easy to finish in less than 30 minutes. You can scan the code using a mobile or tabled. If you are already on mobile device, tap the code below to start the quiz. It requires you to sign-in using your Google account.

HTML & CSS - Quiz

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External References

If you wish to learn more you can follow external references provided below. These references are required readings for expert website developers. Next two are the best reference documentation you will ever need. Add these bookmarks these your browser and use them with confidence when you work.