This week we showed you how to create a website using HTML and CSS… but now what? Here are some additional resources and methods you can use to learn more.
Now that you’ve got the basics of HTML and CSS down, we’re going to take a look at how to actually use that knowledge to make a real website. Today, we’ll take you through the process of creating a site from start to finish.
Everyone lives at least a little bit of their life on the web, and whether you develop web pages for a living or you want more control over how your comments show up on websites, having an understanding of HTML at your command is invaluable. With that in mind, in our first lesson on how to make a website, we’re covering the top-level basics of HTML — the predominant markup language of the web.
If you do most of your editing in a plain text environment, you don’t get to take advantage of time-saving features like easily replacing text with hyperlinks—but a quick AutoHotkey script can make it much easier.
Opening a browser and loading a website you built yourself is a great moment. If you or someone you know needs some help getting to that point, The Web Book is a free, roughly 300-page PDF resource of DIY web building.