This site is designed for individuals interested in building
websites for themselves without supervision and the
imposition of advertising.
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Learn to create a website visible on every device; desktop, laptop,
tablet or smartphone created by you with HTML, CSS, Bootstrap,
JS and or jQuery.
Here's how you can get the maximum benefit from the website.
Source: W3Schools.com »
Everything you see on a website is a result of the combination
of HTML and CSS.
With these two languages, you will have the skills you need to
bring your website design to life.
Jumpstart that vision by using Bootstrap, a popular library that
allows you to create beautiful,responsive pages with very little
time and experience. Source: Codeacademy.com »
It depends on your motivation. But you can figure that out later.
First, try a basic HTML & CSS tutorial and see how much you understand.
Still motivated? Well… watch another one. Watch as many html and css
tutorials until everything makes sense to you.
After you understand the basics, try to make a basic website on your own.
Try to code a few more websites with your current skill until it gets boring
and too basic for you. Source: Quora.com »
It is quite easier to create SEO *) compliant websites using HTML
than other programming languages.
HTML websites are easier to read and accessed by web crawlers.
They reduce parsing time and the page load time of the website
and hence improves it's performance.
Source: Educba.com »
Notepad++ is a free (as in “free speech” and also as in “free beer”) source
code editor and Notepad replacement that supports several languages.
Running in the MS Windows environment, its use is governed by GPL
License. Download from the official website »
Choose for the MAC:
Sublime Text More... »
Clear spoken with subtitles, nicely structered
Short presentations 5 – 10 mins
Each topic can be found as source code
Source codes can be copypasted to Notepad++
(or e.g. SublimeText) altered and tested.
XHTML & CSS tutorial -2- »
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A document, software, or other media on the Internet created for the
purpose of instruction for any of a wide variety of tasks. Interactive
tutorials usually have the following characteristics: a presentation of
content, a method of review where user follows on-screen instructions
(and in some cases watch short instruction movies), whereupon user
does the tutorial exercises and gets feedback depending on his
actions, and transition to additional modules or sections. ☞ Source