HTML was the first technology that first powered the first website. Those websites had very minimal features. Today, HTML and CSS are still in use and they do so much more. Today we will look at what each of them does.
If you have taken any tutorial on HTML you might be wondering: I know some HTML but how do I make a webpage from scratch? Well, this tutorial is for you. What is a better way of doing this than making a webpage.
Normally when I want to view a HTML file, I just right-click it and choose to open it with a web browser. However, I wanted to run a html page using localhost. I went online, researched and found 3 methods that works.
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The html tags used in creating forms online are <form> </form> tags pair. These 2 html tags are the container that holds other tags that create the form fields to be filled. The tags used together with the form tags are:
Yes, you can learn HTML without having to go to a college or a boot camp. In fact, you can learn HTML at the comfort of your own home. However, you will need learning materials to enable you to learn effectively.
Ordinarily, HTML tags are not visible to the reader on the browser. They are there but you cannot see them.
Back when I was learning HTML, I had a hard time coming up with HTML practice project ideas. You may be going through the same challenge. I made this list so that you don’t waste time trying to find ideas.
By now you have learnt HTML using online tool and tutorials. However, you also want to practice HTML without using the online tutorial code editor. Well, you can practice HTML offline by using a browser and a text editor.
A quick note. HTML is written in text files. You don’t need internet to view HTML files stored on your computer which is a good thing.
When you create a webpage, and it is loaded on the browser, everything looks good. However, when the user interacts with your webpage, the perfect look may change or become distorted.
There are two ways you can go about doing this.