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You will gain an intermediate knowledge of HTML after reading this book. Instead of wandering through loads of theory, we will understand HTML practically so that we can semantically define the markup and structure of a webpage. We have used Notepad for the examples in this book. Alternatively, you can also use Notepad++ or any advanced editor. All you need to do is copy the code and paste it into Notepad. Upon execution, you will get the output as depicted in the screenshots. Screenshots are provided for each sample code.

Coding improves with practice. The examples in this book are compatible with almost every modern browser such as Mozilla Firefox, Opera or Google Chrome to name a few. Instead of using the verbatim code, you can modify the code and see the change in the output, thereby understanding the subtle nuances of HTML. By the end of the book, with practice, you can achieve better things as you get to grips with HTML.
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"We have used Notepad for the examples in this book. Alternatively, you can also use Notepad++ or any advanced editor. All you need to do is copy the code and paste it into Notepad."

This... does not bode well for the standard of teaching.
66 pages
2014

Nuff said.
Did a quick skim read, material doesnt seem to be that outdated. And the basics are covered, at the end of the day its html aimed at beginners.
Could be useful if we discover time travel. Anything on dreamweaver or machine code?
abigsmurf21/07/2020 20:05

"We have used Notepad for the examples in this book. Alternatively, you …"We have used Notepad for the examples in this book. Alternatively, you can also use Notepad++ or any advanced editor. All you need to do is copy the code and paste it into Notepad."This... does not bode well for the standard of teaching.


What do you mean? The code copying or the use of Notepad?
HTML is really easy. It's only the markdown of the website. I wouldn't recommend anyone just learns HTML - you're better off learning Markdown syntax.
Edited by: "Rizzywow91" 22nd Jul
I alway like to learn new things whenever I have spare time. thanks
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