Foundations: The Beginner's Guide to HTML

John Morris, I help freelancers get clients.

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30 Lessons (3h 38m)
    • 1. What Is HTML?

      6:05
    • 2. Tags, Attributes and Elements

      7:39
    • 3. File and Folder Structure and Naming Conventions

      8:19
    • 4. Software and Tools

      8:34
    • 5. Doctype Declaration

      3:12
    • 6. The Basic Structure of a Web Page

      3:28
    • 7. Meta Tags, Title and Links

      7:47
    • 8. Heading Tags

      3:16
    • 9. The Paragraph Tag

      4:15
    • 10. Text Formatting Tags

      4:36
    • 11. The Image Tag

      6:13
    • 12. Anchor Tags

      6:10
    • 13. Project #1: My First Web Page

      6:15
    • 14. LIsts

      6:27
    • 15. Tables

      7:51
    • 16. Forms

      22:59
    • 17. Entities and Symbols

      6:12
    • 18. Address

      4:56
    • 19. Project 2: Build an HTML Form and Data Table

      9:53
    • 20. IDs and Classes

      7:39
    • 21. Span and Div

      5:39
    • 22. Header and Footer

      4:41
    • 23. Nav, Section and Article

      11:04
    • 24. Aside

      3:52
    • 25. Time

      4:06
    • 26. Abbreviation and Quote

      3:14
    • 27. HTML5 Audio

      5:00
    • 28. HTML5 Video

      5:38
    • 29. Introduction to CSS and JavaScript (jQuery)

      29:42
    • 30. Class Challenge

      3:06
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About This Class

The Beginner's Guide to HTML is about helping you master HTML. It's more than just learning what to type (like a lot of courses). I want to go beyond and explain the concepts and the WHY behind them to give you a depth of understanding that a lot of courses leave out. I've been a web developer for over 14 years now and there's one truth I've constantly come back to: It's the fundamentals that matter.

And, HTML is the fundamental of fundamentals.

What you'll get in this course is an in-depth understanding of HTML, how to build web pages and a solid foundation for your future development or website-building career. You'll also get the confidence to know that you can do this. And, you'll get the excitement that comes with building your first web pages and seeing first-hand what you can create with code.

This course is for you if you're an absolute beginner and have never written a single line of code OR if you're an intermediate developer who's realized they need a good refresher on the fundamentals.