HTML Basics

Learn the absolute basics of HTML and create your own profile with these 11 short videos.
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HTML Basics
New
Rating: 4.5 out of 5 (15 ratings)
2,219 students
Core HTML concepts
HTML Basics to build web pages quickly and easily
Elements
Attributes
The DOM
HTML Semantics
Selectors like classes and IDs

Requirements

  • A desire learn coding
  • Do you have a computer? Good :) There is no knowledge of programming required to take this course.
  • Interested in programming and web development
Description

HTML is so important and yet so simple to learn. Usually, simple basic stuff isn’t that useful but that’s not the case with HTML. It is a great first language for anyone.

HTML is nothing but a text file. It’s the foundation of every web application. It’s the skeleton and the structure of your page. It’s the entry point of every app. This means every time someone goes to your site the HTML file is the very first thing that the browser loads for them, before anything else, images, colors, words, buttons.

So in this course we’re going to make multiple pages together. We’ll be working with a version of HTML that’s called HTML5. Let's do it.

Who this course is for:
  • Are you interested in coding? Want to learn basics of web development? This course is for you.
  • People with little to no coding experience
  • Beginner web developers
Course content
3 sections • 11 lectures • 47m total length
  • Introduction (What is HTML?)
    03:26
  • Elements
    04:43
  • DOM
    06:09
  • Display Types
    04:25
  • Attributes
    03:28
  • DEMO (Elements & DOM)
    06:30
  • Semantics
    04:14
  • DEMO (Semantic)
    03:00
  • Useful HTML Tricks
    03:22
  • The HEAD tag
    02:37
  • HTML Selectors (Tag, ID and Class)
    05:21

Instructor
Sina Jazayeri, Lead Instructor at ColorCode.io
ColorCode .io
  • 4.5 Instructor Rating
  • 15 Reviews
  • 2,765 Students
  • 2 Courses

What up! Sina here. I've been a software engineer for 15 years. I'm the creator of ColorCode, Senior Director of Software Engineering at InRhythm, and the host of TheDrunkWeb podcast, a series of Coding related conversations with a drink or two in hand. I write stories & play music. I'm not a big hummus fan. I live in New York City and have taught hundreds of people how to code, both in-person and online.