A quick tutorial to help you get started building websites.
Since HTML is the foundation of the web, it is also the most essential language for any web development career path. In this fast-paced tutorial, I’ll teach you the very basics of it.
And when you’re done, I have already launched a free 14-part course on HTML5 over on Scrimba.com — an interactive platform where you can jump into the code of a playing screencast at any given time.
You can check out the first lecture here:
Alright, before we jump into the HTML, I want to start out by telling you a little bit about the architecture of the web. This will put the role of HTML into perspective for us.
Basic web architecture
Once you’ve developed a website, you’ll need to host it on a server to make it accessible on the world wide web. All servers have an IP address (i.e 220.127.116.11) which you can think of as a phone number. We normally put a domain name (i.e. scrimba.com) over that IP address, so that it’s easier to remember.
Now let’s have a closer look at the roles these three languages play.