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Sites to practice HTML5?

11/7/2017 8:17:15 PM

Héricles Emanuel Gomes da Silva

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Open a text editor and Chrome and Firefox browsers (or other browsers you prefer). Practice in the editor, save files as html, and open the files in Chrome and Firefox. Practice getting pages to look the way you want in multiple browsers, take note of any differences between browsers and research how to tweak the html to fix any problems. When comfortable with HTML, you can create external CSS and JavaScript with the same text editor that you used for HTML. Just save the files as css and js accordingly. To publish your pages on the net, you'll have to get them hosted on a web server. But you can practice all you want offline, with the files stored locally. Have fun.

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Then build websites. Don't say you know something unless you show that you can do it. Theory is something. Practice and projects are another.

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No problem, dude. Now get out there and make a killer site. ;)

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w3schools And yes, free code camp

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https://www.sololearn.com/Course/HTML/

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I already completed it

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https://www.w3schools.com/html/ https://www.freecodecamp.org

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