In our previous article, we added CSS styles to our markup to make it look like a website. It’s plain and simple website that works when viewed on a desktop computer. Unfortunately, it is not responsive and will not look good on mobile devices.
In this article, we’ll be using internal styles. Since this is a simple webpage it is ok to add it to our head tag but it is advisable to use an external file when dealing with lots of styles.
After creating our markup, its time to add some styling to it using CSS or Cascading Style Sheets.
After wrapping our heads around the concept of tags and attributes its time to dive into some HTML code(Yeeey!).
In this article, we will look into one of the essential language to use when building a website — HTML. It is used to create a markup and foundation of your website.
So you wanted to start learning about Web Development? Are you an aspiring student who wants to start a career in building web apps and websites? Or you want to try it as a hobby. Your first questions might be “Where do I start?” or “What programming language should I use?”.
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