Do It Yourself – Tutorials – 18: How to Create A Responsive Website Using HTML and CSS | Learn HTML and CSS | HTML Tutorial

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Do It Yourself – Tutorials – 18: How to Create A Responsive Website Using HTML and CSS | Learn HTML and CSS | HTML Tutorial

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Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials



How to Create A Responsive Website Using HTML and CSS | Learn HTML and CSS | HTML Tutorial. In this HTML tutorial you will learn how to create a website using HTML and CSS which includes a responsive front page. We will make the website responsive on mobile and desktop devices.

This is part one of a part two lesson, which means that we will create a couple of more pages in the next episode.

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