Time to Design

What you will learn

Learn HTML basics

Learn to develop HTML Scripts

Learn to create HTML page

Build a simple website


1. You get able to create your unique website.

Learning HTML would make sure you can design your unique website without any help. Sure you can create one from a website that provides you with inexpensive or free of charge templates, but not only would that mean you cannot come up with a creative website of your own, it would also make your website look like everyone else’s. So if you want your website to be exclusive, you definitely should learn HTML.

2. You get to learn other coding languages much faster.

Since it is the most basic markup language, learning HTML would help you learn other programming languages or coding if you wish to do so later.

If you want to be more serious about your career as a web developer, you most definitely are in need to learn different coding and programming languages which all serve their unique and distinct purpose. But knowing CSS along with HTML will help you gain the ground on which you can build your career as a web developer and earn more money.

3. It’s effortless to learn

Unlike other programming languages, HTML is far easier to understand and learn. One does not require a computer science degree to understand it. Simply the basic knowledge of the web will suffice. Though you cannot learn it in one day, even if you spend a few days to learn the basics of HTML, you will be able to make your unique web page.

4. HTML is free of cost.

One of the most remarkable and significant advantages of HTML is that it is entirely free of cost. One does not need to deal with different plugins to work with any software because HTML does not require any plugins.

One does not even have to purchase any specific software for it. If a website gets entirely developed in HTML language, one is not required to purchase any license. Thus it acts as a cost-effective method. If we look at it from a business standpoint, it is very profitable and cost-effective to say the least.

5. HTML is supported by almost all browsers.

Almost every browser, from Mozilla to Internet explorer to Safari that exists in the world support HTML. So if your website gets written in HTML, you need not worry because it is bound to show up in all browsers regardless of where it accessed through. If the program keeps it in mind to optimize the website for different browsers, it will quickly show up in any browser.

6. Design impressive business emails and corporate newsletters.

Since emails are right now one of the best online marketing tools out there, by learning HTML, you can hone your emails to your will and make them not unique but style them in powerful ways that will spark your client’s interest. You can also customize beautiful newsletters with HTML and CSS as your weapons.

7. Build your online businesses presence from scratch.

If you are an entrepreneur with some fresh business ideas, with the help of HTML, you can build the custom website that you need without anyone’s help. Not only will it help you develop your own business but also save you money. On the other hand, if one of your associates is the one with the business mind, you can help them build their custom website with your coding knowledge and earn some money. Either way, it’s a win-win situation for you.

8. Earn more money without changing your career choice

If you are in a field where you do not need these skills, you can still learn HTML and do some freelance works for individuals who are willing to pay for your services. Not only will your income increase, but you will also be able to create a robust portfolio with your work experience under your belt.

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Whether you are a novice, hoping to delve into the world of web design or an experienced webmaster keen to improve your skills, we’ve got online tutorials tailored to your web design needs.

In a rush? Go straight to our tutorial and start learning HTML now!

Our absolute beginner tutorial will turn you from wannabe to webmaster in just a few hours. Unlike many other HTML tutorials, it’s a step-by-step guide – not a boring long-winded reference.

Our step-by-step guide teaches you the basics of HTML and how to build your first website. That means how to layout an HTML page, how to add text and images, how to add headings and text formatting, and how to use tables.

We’ll get you building your new website in minutes, not hours.

HTML for Absolute Beginners

While many guides on the internet attempt to teach HTML using a lot of mind-boggling theory, this tutorial will instead focus on giving you the practical skills to build your first site.

The aim is to show you ‘how’ to create your first web page without spending the entire tutorial focusing too much on the “why.”

By the end of this tutorial, you will have the know-how to create a basic website and we hope that this will inspire you to delve further into the world of HTML using our follow-on guides.

What is HTML?

Okay, so this is the only bit of mandatory theory. In order to begin to write HTML, it helps if you know what you are writing.

HTML is the language in which most websites are written. HTML is used to create pages and make them functional.

The code used to make them visually appealing is known as CSS and we shall focus on this in a later tutorial. For now, we will focus on teaching you how to build rather than design.

The History of HTML

HTML was first created by Tim Berners-Lee, Robert Cailliau, and others starting in 1989. It stands for Hyper Text Markup Language.

Hypertext means that the document contains links that allow the reader to jump to other places in the document or to another document altogether. The latest version is known as HTML5.

A Markup Language is a way that computers speak to each other to control how text is processed and presented. To do this HTML uses two things: tags and attributes.




Headings and Paragraphs
Styles and More
Comments and Colors
Creating Hyperlinks and Bookmarks
Inserting images and Creating Imagemaps and Favicon