How to Create A Website Using HTML and CSS | Learn Website Making

by | Jul 9, 2021 | 0 comments

How to Create A Website Using HTML and CSS | Learn Website Making

by | Jul 9, 2021 | CSS Tips and Tricks | 0 comments

Hello guys,

In this video, I have explained step by step that how you can make a website using HTML and CSS. Watch the complete video to learn.

You can use any text editor (Notepad, Notepad++, etc) to write HTML and CSS codes.

If you are a beginner and want to learn website making then this video is for you.

So let’s get started then.

Step 1: Create an HTML and CSS file with .html and .css extension respectively in a folder.

Step 2: Link your CSS file to the HTML file.

Step 3: Adding background image in HTML website homepage. Link the image to your HTML page means to provide the right path address using the showing method in this video. If you do not link the image to your page properly the background image will not show.

Step 4: Creating a navigation menu on the HTML page.

Step 5: Changing the Image opacity in the HTML website page.

Step 6: Adding the hover effect using HTML and CSS codes.

Step 7: Adding the Logo in website using HTML & CSS codes.

Step 8: Adding the title text (welcome text) to the Website.

Step 9: Creating Button in HTML and CSS.

That’s all guys in this video. Stay tuned for the next video.

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