This is book number 1 in the Web Development series.
Are you interested in going back to the basics? Do you want to learn how to develop web pages the old way? Then welcome to this guide.
In the same way that a building can only be as strong as its foundation, a webpage can only be as good as the bits and pieces that hold it together. In this case, we're talking about HTML.
This guide focuses purely on HTML, and here's what you can expect to learn:
- What HTML is and how it works
- How to use an HTML text editor
- The HTML building blocks - attributes, elements, and tags
- How to format your HTML
- How to use heading, paragraph, and phrase tags
- How to insert links, images, and tables
- What HTML lists are
- Using HTML classes, frames, and iFrames
- Html Comments and File Paths
- What's in the HTML head
- Techniques for layout and design
- How to use the HTML entities, charset, and symbols
- How to add HTML backgrounds, colors, and fonts
- How to create a webpage from start to finish
And much more
HTML is the backbone of any website, and it makes perfect sense to learn how to code in HTML before you try anything fancier.