There are so many ways to learn web development, your problem might be how to choose a starting point. The design site CSS-Tricks has their own guide for learning HTML and CSS — but they’ve compiled plenty of alternatives into a wide-ranging but approachable list.
Last spring, CNN announced a text-only version of its site, linking to text-only articles, so people with spotty internet connections (such as the people then in Hurricane Irma’s path) could access the news. Lite.cnn.io is ugly, but it’s fast and functional. And it isn’t the only pared-down news site.
When you come up with a sweet new name for a site (or just yourself online), it sucks when you find out that it’s been taken on some sites. NameCheckr searches dozens of sites at once to see if your name is free.