Learn HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the language common to every website. HTML describes the basic structure and content of a web page. If you want to build a website or web application, you'll need to know HTML.
What you'll learn
Formatting page content
Understanding file paths
Inline vs. block level elements
Getting Started with HTML
HTML is a markup language the browser uses to present content to users, like text, links, images and more. It's the basic component from which all websites and applications on the web are built.
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What is HTML?
Global Structure of an HTML Document
Intro to HTML Review
Headings and Paragraphs
Headings and Paragraphs Challenge
Lists and Links Challenge
Structuring Your Content
Learn to write semantic HTML and use elements that describe sections of content.
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Semantic HTML: <header>, <footer> and <section>
Sectioning Content with <article>, <nav> and <aside>
Structuring Content Challenge
Marking Up a Blog Post
Grouping Content with <main> and <div>
Grouping Content Challenge
Using Multiple <header> and <footer> Elements
Structuring Your Content Review
Images, Text and Links
Learn to display images, work with file paths, and define text with special meaning.
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Understanding File Paths
Adding Images to the Page
Images and File Paths Challenge
Creating Breaks in Content
Add Meaning to Words with Text Level Elements
Text Level Elements Challenge
Going Further with HTML
Push your HTML skills further by learning more about file paths and linking to web pages. You'll also learn to work with special HTML characters, comment your code, and explore tips and resources that will help you go forward with HTML.