An Introduction to Basic HTML and HTML5

Let's Learn Coding Together Starting with Basic HTML and HTML5

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What you’ll learn

  • Learn HTML & HTML5
  • How to beginning Coding for the Web

  • Understanding HTML Foundations

  • How to Create Ordered Lists
  • How to Create Bulleted Unordered Lists
  • How to Link to External Pages with Anchor Elements
  • How to Comment & Uncomment HTML
  • Turning an Image into a Link
  • Creating Forms
  • Starting to Code with FCC
  • Learn to build Simple Websites with HTML
  • Nesting Elements within Single DIV Elements
  • Adding Placeholder Text to Text Fields

Requirements

  • No Prior Coding or Programming Knowledge is Required
  • No Prior Coding Experience is needed!
  • Have an Email Address
  • Able to Understand English
  • Have a Stable Internet Connection
  • Ability to Watch & Learn from Videos

Description

Welcome to the Introduction to Basic HTML and HTML5 Online Course on Udemy.

I’m Daniel Lim AKA @deardanielim & I’ll be your instructor.

Thank you for your interest in the Introduction to Basic HTML and HTML5 Online Course, here on Udemy.

I look forward to instructing you and showing your the ropes, as you’re getting started on your journey to become either:

  • a web designer

  • a web developer

  • a web engineer

  • a front end developer

  • a full stack developer

  • a UI/UX Designer

Inside this course, you will discover a good introduction to Basic HTML and HTML5

  1. Say Hello to HTML Elements

  2. Headline with the h2 Element

  3. Inform with the Paragraph Element

  4. Fill in the Blank with Placeholder Text

  5. Uncomment HTML

  6. Comment out HTML

  7. Delete HTML Elements

  8. Introduction to HTML5 Elements

  9. Add Images to Your Website

  10. Link to External Pages with Anchor Elements

  11. Link to Internal Sections of a Page with Anchor Elements

  12. Nest an Anchor Element within a Paragraph

  13. Make Dead Links Using the Hash Symbol

  14. Turn an Image into a Link

  15. Create a Bulleted Unordered List

  16. Create an Ordered List

  17. Create a Text Field

  18. Add Placeholder Text to a Text Field

  19. Create a Form Element

  20. Add a Submit Button to a Form

  21. Use HTML5 to Require a Field

  22. Create a Set of Radio Buttons

  23. Create a Set of Checkboxes

  24. Check Radio Buttons and Checkboxes by Default

  25. Nest Many Elements within a Single div Element

  26. Declare the Doctype of an HTML Document

  27. Define the Head and Body of an HTML Document

Start today!

Cheers,

Daniel

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