HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. It enables the user to design and structure sections, headings, paragraphs, links, and blockquotes for web pages and applications.
About this Course
HTML is not a programming language, which means it cannot create dynamic applications. Instead, it makes it possible to coordinate and design documents, similarly to Microsoft Word.
When working with HTML, you will use simple code structures (tags and attributes) to mark up on a website page. You will learn how to Code in HTML, the composition of an HTML Page, Embed Videos, Insert Images, Add Tags, Tables & Nested Tables, Build Forms and Create Links.
What will you achieve?
You will work with HTML Spacing, Text Formatting, Lists, manage images, Insert Videos, Link Creation, Tables, and managing forms. By the end of the course, you will be proficient with coding in HTML.
Who this course is for?
Freshers who are interested to learn HTML.
A beginner who wants an introduction to HTML.
A student who wants to learn to code in HTML.
Anyone with a desire to learn and progress as a Web developer, Junior web developer, senior web developer, Graphic designers, Computer programmer, Web designer, etc.