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This course is designed to quickly lead you through the steps of building an HTML website, from creating a new page to building links and tables. Author James Williamson simplifies the coding process, with straightforward steps you can recreate on your own. The course explains the basic structure of an HTML document, shows how to add text and images, and introduces font styling with CSS. James also offers a bonus design challenge at the end of each chapter, where he asks you to think of a solution before offering his own.
Hi! I am James Williamson, senior author at lynda.com, and I want to welcome you to Up and Running with HTML. This course will introduce you to the basic concepts of HTML and discuss some of the best practices that you should use when writing and editing it. We'll start by exploring what HTML is and how to approach learning it. From there, we'll start working with HTML by tackling the basic document structure and learning how to use HTML to format page content. After that, we'll explore how to properly create links and how to structure data properly within tables.
Finally, we'll examine how HTML and CSS work together to create a finished HTML page and discuss what your next steps should be as you continue to learn HTML. If that sounds great to you, then let's get started.
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