HTML provides the structural foundation of web pages, and any web designer will need to have an understanding of this language. The software that you use to code that language is up to you, however. In fact. You have a perfectly functional editor built into your operating system — Notepad.
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How to start in HTML and web design
Our absolute beginner tutorial will turn you from wannabe to webmaster in just a few hours. 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. 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. 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. 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.
Writing Your Best Code
Open the Start Screen the window symbol at the bottom left on your screen. Type Notepad. Also change some preferences to get the application to save files correctly.
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