How To Build a Website with HTML Description
HTML is a wonderful place to start learning if you’re interested in learning how to design and develop websites. By using our example site (below) as a guide, this project-based lesson series will teach you to HTML and related techniques while you develop a personal website. Once you grasp the fundamentals, you’ll be able to modify the website’s appearance and add customised content. The chapters in this book can be followed along without any prior coding knowledge.
The standard markup language for displaying content in a web browser is called HTML. HTML was one of the primary cutting-edge technologies utilised to build the first website in the history of the internet on August 6, 1991. HTML was first created by Tim Berners Lee in 1990 while working at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN). You can now access the original website once more thanks to a repair project by CERN. Although HTML has seen tremendous expansion and modification since that time, its fundamental function of formatting and structuring web pages has not changed.
Using popular HTML codes and strategies, you’ll learn how to design and personalise a website in this book. You’ll have a site ready to deploy to the cloud once you’ve finished this book.
The Creative Commons License is in effect for this open book (CC BY-NC-SA). Free PDF versions of the ebook How to Build a Website with HTML are available for download (27.1 MB).