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HTML & CSS How to learn HTML5?

Tommy

Coder
I want to build a website that standard for  HTML5. What should I follow and do I need to learn HTML5?

Your guide would be appreciated. 
 

Malcolm

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HTML5 is kind of like a version of HTML. HTML5 would be the newest version and is most popular. It is very great for mobile websites. 

If you wish to create a website you will need to need to learn HTML5 as it is the new standard and is used to structure your websites.
 
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NerdSlayer

New Coder
Hey, Tommy

You can learn HTML5 in many of the same ways you would study to learn any other skill. Figure out how you like to study - whether it be by reading books, watching videos, or doing things hands on.

There are so many resources on the internet for you to learn HTML. I like to recommend w3schools.com for HTML5 coding lessons. They have lots of tutorials that are easy to understand and also integrate a do-it-yourself sandbox to test your code. If you're more of a visual learner, check out people like Derek Banas on YouTube and other channels.

Good luck on your programming journey!
 

TopSilver

Active Coder
Community Partner
Hey, Tommy

You can learn HTML5 in many of the same ways you would study to learn any other skill. Figure out how you like to study - whether it be by reading books, watching videos, or doing things hands on.

There are so many resources on the internet for you to learn HTML. I like to recommend w3schools.com for HTML5 coding lessons. They have lots of tutorials that are easy to understand and also integrate a do-it-yourself sandbox to test your code. If you're more of a visual learner, check out people like Derek Banas on YouTube and other channels.

Good luck on your programming journey!

Yeah Derek Banas is a really good channel to learn coding. I've been watching him for some time. He has a lot of great tutorials. Also w3schools is probably the best place to learn HTML online, I agree with that.
 
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Arvid

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There are plenty of ways to learn HTML5/HTML.

There is the Online Way. This means that you learn it on Websites like Codecademy or W3Schools.com. I began learning HTML5 on Codecademy and the Course was pretty good, not to mention that the Course is also free. You can also learn HTML5 by watching Videos. I personally, wouldn't recommend doing this but hey, it's your Choice.

There are also Books. Books are a great way to learn new stuff. Including HTML5. You can pick some Books Online from Amazon or maybe see if you're Local Library or School has any Books on HTML.

Remember that HTML5/HTML is a Easy-To-Use, Easy-To-Master and Easy-To-Learn Language. Once you've nailed down most of the HTML Concepts, try your hand at making some Basic, Plain, Websites. Then start indulging in CSS and JavaScript to make your Sites look cooler.

Good Luck! :)
 

TopSilver

Active Coder
Community Partner
Yes code academy is a great choice. I believe that's the interactive one that has the tutorials and you can type code on their app and follow along very easily. It's a great option for users to take advantage of. I used it for PHP just recently
 
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Arvid

Guest
Yes code academy is a great choice. I believe that's the interactive one that has the tutorials and you can type code on their app and follow along very easily. It's a great option for users to take advantage of. I used it for PHP just recently
Yeah, you're right about that. I never knew Codecademy had a Course for PHP. I never seen one.
 

Malcolm

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Yeah same here I prefer books. I just ordered a php book from jon duckett he has a couple other books which I like so I pre ordered the php one.
 

TopSilver

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Yeah there was one I wanted to buy that had all of the syntax functions and so forth in it. It had just released this year. It's basically a reference book but is very amazing because it has everything to help you get started. I can't remember what it's called off-hand but I'll look it up soon. They had older ones but they were out dated.
 
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