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, you're right about that. I never knew Codecademy had a Course for PHP. I never seen one.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
Well, no need to link to it. At least I know it exists now. I prefer Books over Online.Yeah here's the link. It's free for 7 days. They've changed their look quite a bit but I was still able to find it.
Learn PHP | CodecademyLearn the fundamentals of PHP, one of the most popular languages of modern web development. Includes **PHP**, **PHP Basics**, **PHP and HTML**, and more.www.codecademy.com
I’ve used W3Schools multiple times and still use them for Reference. They are a great Site to learn Coding on.W3 Schools looks like a great resource to me.