1) Plan the structure of the site before coding i.e. storyboarding and wireframing.
2) Consider using semantic elements such as header, footer, main, aside and article instread of the traditional "div".
3) choose a naming conveition for classes and id's and stick to it. e.g. id-name/id_name/idName(camelCase)
4) know when to use classes and id's as it could save you a lot of time and effort when styling with css later.
The absolutelly most important thing to remember in html is....
1. It is usually the first language people start with, it is at times simple and beautiful
2. Their is a significant amount of information regarding the language to be used as reference.
3. No matter how hard I have tried I have not broken it.
4. It's fun to tell computers what to say or do..
5. Lots of help is available in chats, you-tubes, just actually all over. One search can present solutions to even complex questions.
6. To write code all you need is a text editor like notepad. You don't need to spend a single dollar and you can be coding immediately.
But the single number 1 most important thing about html is that it is fun.
Hi there, Jason. First of all, congratulations with finishing HTML Basics Course! And the second, everything that was in HTML Course was pretty short and it's only touches the main principles, and you need to memorize almost everything that was in a theoretical part. You can continue learning HTML by coding and practising your skills, challenge opponents here. The next stop is CSS and JS
in fact, the most important thing you have to do after finish this course is learning css and php then you should start doing projects and web sites, because programming is like mathmatics , it needs to train and train more to become an effective programmer.
1.) Take the time to comment code
2.) Spacing and tabs matter
3.) If your bord, go back and clean up, move, rename, refactor code.
4.) Remember to take breaks in between
5.) Google is your friend (:
5.) Don't sweat the small stuff