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You can practice having the files work together outside of the Code Playground with whatever default text file program comes with your operating system and use any web browser to view the output. https://code.sololearn.com/W326FKwAKXtN/?ref=app That's the old school way. The new way is to use an integrated development environment (IDE). I think VScode is a good beginner one, but there is a wide variety of these available and many who are fans of each. I recommend waiting on learning about domain names, hosting services, and web servers until you are ready to publish. There's plenty to practice before that and many posts with many recommendations you can look up once you are ready. For some generic website components that may or may not involve all 3 languages: https://www.w3schools.com/howto/ One you're pretty comfortable with those: https://css-tricks.com/guides/ Which starts to encroach on a wide variety of extra tools. Save for later: https://www.sololearn.com/learn/7896/?ref=app
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What component or functionality did you want to learn "in-depth"? Using three languages together aimlessly doesn't tend toward "in-depth" learning.
basically i am trying to build a basic functional web page but i need a better understanding of how to make html css and js work together and how to get that page online once its ready and i see a lot of basics for the languages but and this is the part that im stuck on .... i do not see anything that teaches how to make them work to together to achieve anything specific