HTML: Basic Fundamental Guide for Beginners
HTML: Basic Fundamental Guide for Beginners by MG Martin
English | 1 Jul. 2018 | ASIN: B07F6GW84P | 81 Pages | EPUB | 547.45 KB
 
Are you an HTML beginner interested in building your very own web page from scratch? Do you have some experience working with other languages but would like to branch out? No matter what your skill level, as long as you have a text editor and a browser you can learn the basics of HTML! With this book, you can get familiar with how HTML works, understand the basics of the markup language, and apply what you’ve learned to create a unique and fully customized web page.


Without HTML, using the internet would be a vastly different experience, so it’s no wonder that so many people opt to learn the markup language. Whether you decide to explore HTML as a hobby or for use in a more professional setting, you’ll soon gain a deep appreciation for the language and its applications.

This book includes:
●an overview of how HTML uses tags to define the content of a web page
●ideas for how to best format the layout of your web pages
●techniques for changing the fonts, styles, and colors of elements
●a look at how you can interact with your web page users via forms and input boxes
●examples of how to implement what you’ve learned as you create your own web page

So pick up your copy of HTML: Basic Fundamental Guide for Beginners, sit back with your favorite text editor and have fun in building your very own web page from the ground up. You’ll be an HTML master in no time!

 

HTML: Basic Fundamental Guide for Beginners


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