Do It Yourself – Website Tutorials
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This is the third module in the How to Make Your Own Website Tutorial.
In part two, I introduced a basic “Hello World!” example together with the tools and process enabling you to make your first website! It was only one page, but it’s a start! I introduced you to a free advanced text editor and HTML5 tags. We also learnt that tags are defined by W3C and learnt a few basic ones such as title, h1 and p.
You are now ready to learn the most common HTML5 tags enabling you to add more content into your web pages and bring them to life! The reason I say the most common, is that W3C defines a pretty big set of HTML tags but you rarely need to use all of them. It is sufficient to learn the most commonly used ones and then later pick-up a few more additional ones as needed. Most tags may also have attributes associated with them and again we will learn the most common ones to get you started in no time!
Remember, the key take-away from the previous lesson, your HTML code is written in a text editor, saved to an HTML file which has a .html extension and then the results can be viewed in a web browser.
So let’s continue learning and discover the top HTML5 tags you must learn. Let’s jump in!
That’s the end of “Top HTML5 Tags You Must Learn” module. We learnt the most commonly used HTML tags and combined them into a simple web page selling skateboards! We also saw HTML attributes in action.