Learn HTML - Web design tutorials for beginners
HTML is where your journey to building websites begins. It can be
daunting, so we prioritize which of the 108 HTML5 Tags to learn first.
HTML Elements - start with an All HTML Tags List
with deep-dives on the most essential tags for beginners.
HTML Attributes - Focus on about half of the 24
Global Attributes in our carefully summarized list.
HTML Tutorials - Take a linear approach with
tutorials combined with reference materials (coming soon).
CSS - Comfortably bridge the gap with CSS styling
manipulating the DOM with scripting.
December 18, 2018
We focus first on HTML in our quest to become a successful web
developer. Please join us.
What is the Opportunity?
With more and more emphasis on computers and devices, the demand for
web developers is strong, pay is high and job satisfaction is positive.
HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, offers a great place for the
beginner to start building web development skills. Making a website is
a good training run. It's easy, inexpensive and offers significant
upside potential for the creative and driven.
In addition to that, HTML is directly linked to two other in-demand
technologies. First, CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets. It helps the web
developer alter fonts, colors, tables and set up the layout of the HTML
used on the client-side, meaning in the web browser to automate and
add functionality for the user. It can also be used on the server side,
A solid understanding of the three can take years. Hopefully these
web pages make the learning go faster.
Current HTML Learning Content
- HTML Reference - for
a structured approach, bookmark our growing resource where we
first explore the basic HTML tags list and then fully explore its
The goal is to learn how to build dynamic websites using today's
technology that is transferable to high paying jobs.
Much of our content is presented in video on our YouTube Channel.
- To see the list of all HTML tags, click Outline.
- To learn about our Technology offerings, click Back.
- To see what else is in the HTML Reference, click Next.