Front-End Developer


HTML is a markup language that allows you to structure elements (such as sections, paragraphs, headings, images, etc.) to to be displayed in a web browser.

1. Overview

The good news is that HTML is fairly simple to learn and there is plenty of resources available for free on the internet!

Aim at learning the basics of HTML, tags, elements and web page structure.

If you prefer to learn from written material, here are some great resources to learn HTML:

2. Code editors

There are a variety of code editors available. Visual Studio Code is one of the most popular and usually recommended by the community. It's free and opensource!

And here is the link to the official website where you can download Visual Studio Code 👌:

Alternative to VS Code

As an alternative, Atom, developed by GitHub, is also a very popular code editor:

3. Web Page Structure

Learn about the building blocks of the web and become comfortable using elements/tags such as:

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4. Semantic Elements

Different from elements like <div> and <span> that doesn't tell us anything about what sort of content it contains, semantic elements like <header> , <nav> and <article> clearly define its content.

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5. Forms

Learn about Forms and its elements: inputs, radio buttons, checkbox, text area and etc.

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