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Ever wonder how webpages are structures? Find out how web documents are structured and learn how to make a website with our HTML guide for beginners.
Follow our free tutorial on how to use HTML 5 and set up your first document! In this section, we'll go over HTML syntax, and the meta tag.
Ever wanted to build a website, but didn't know where to start? Start here at with our HTML tutorial!
Learn the three major components of HTML syntax and how it works!
Learn how to build your very first functional webpage with proper HTML5 synax!
Meta tags are vital to notify what your webpage is about. Learn the different kinds here.
Learning about HTML text elements including small and large, marked, delete, along with math and computer elements. Also go over what is a URL and how to place links.
Learn the basic HTML text elements include the header, paragraph, strong and em tags.
Learn more HTML text elements including small and large, marked, delete and insert, quotations, abbreviations, definitions and contact information.
Learn how to properly format an HTML file using mathematic and scientific notation, and computer code. This lesson will cover the subscript and superscript tags, the keyboard <kbd> tag, and sample output <samp> and sample code <code> tags.
Learn how to apply non-alphanumeric symbols through HTML!
Learn what a URL (Uniform Resource Locator) is.
Learn how to place links to external webpages on your HTML document.
Learn about ordered and unordered lists, dictionary lists and creating HTML tables.
Learn how to properly structure your HTML to present ordered and unordered lists using the <ol>, <ul> and <li> tags.
Learn about the obscure HTML dictionary lists, <dl>, which are useful for defining terms.
Learn how to use HTML tables to organize data for presentation.
Ever wondered what's the difference between span and div? We'll go over this as well as how to create a form, and learn about HTML5's new sectioning tags here.
Ever wonder the difference between the HTML span and div tags?
Learn how to properly embed an image in your HTML webpage.
Use HTML forms to obtain user input.
Learn about HTML 5's new sectioning elements include <nav>, <article>, <aside>, and more.