Why HTML is Exciting

Brad Schiff
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Web Developer
4.7 instructor rating • 6 courses • 130,750 students

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Web Design for Beginners: Real World Coding in HTML & CSS

Launch a career as a web designer by learning HTML5, CSS3, responsive design, Sass and more!

10:54:26 of on-demand video • Updated July 2020

  • Create any website layout you can imagine
  • Support any device size with Responsive (mobile-friendly) Design
  • Add tasteful animations and effects with CSS3
  • Use common vocabulary from the design industry
English [Auto] Hello, everyone. Welcome to an introduction to H.T. Amelle. If you're taking this course, it's safe to assume that you're interested in learning how to either create or maintain Web sites or Web applications. Whether you're looking to develop skills that will help you enter the design industry or you just want to be able to update your company's Web site, H.T., Amelle is the place to begin. H.T. Gemmell is the language that Web pages are written in. This means anytime we do anything within the context of a Web browser, someone wrote H.T. email code to power that experience even beyond the context of a traditional standalone Web browser. We find that many device native apps include a Web browser rendering engine directly embedded in them to display certain content or interfaces. This means that HDMI oil is incredibly ubiquitous. It's everywhere. And this is the reason that myself and many other developers recommend HD CML as the first language to learn. For anyone who wants to become involved in the design or user experience industries by learning HDMI, you are opening so many doors for yourself. Once you discover that HMO isn't rocket science, that will give you the confidence to keep learning. You'll be hungry to learn things like CSX and JavaScript, and after that you can choose an area to specialize in that really interests you. Now, we will not be learning about no G.S. or databases in this course. What we will be doing is chopping the course in half. The first half of the course, we will become experts at writing H. TMF code and in the second half of the course we will become experts writing CSX code. These are the two essential languages of the web and by the end of this course you will have a professional knowledge of both, which means at that point you will be able to steer your career in any direction that interests you. So let's kick off the first half of the course. Let's learn about hypertext markup language or H. Temo. I'm so excited to have you along for the ride. Let's get started.