HTML & CSS Basics

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4.5
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About this app

You’re certainly already acquainted with document editors, like Microsoft Word, with which you can structure your document with titles, paragraph, lists, tables, images, bold and italic text.

HTML provides roughly the same elements of formatting. The key difference is that formatting text in Microsoft Word is visual, whereas HTML code is purely semantic: you provide meaning to your text.

The same way you use notes to write music, you use HTML to write webpages.

While HTML is about defining the content of a webpage, CSS is about styling a webpage. It means setting colors, fonts, dimensions, margins, positions, of a webpage’s elements.

CSS brings a webpage to life, by applying a coat of paint on its static content, and elevates its purpose through color, space, emphasis and motion.
Updated on
Sep 8, 2019

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4.5
894 reviews
Uthael Kileanea
April 5, 2022
I'm just starting and have already learned a lot. I like how the quizzes are designed. They encourage paying attention. Ads that you occasionally see come after you're done with something, not when you're about to start something. Big plus. Suggestion: In the first lesson, add what each letter in "IRC" stands for. And those 4-letter mail protocols (which I already forgot because I can't associate those letters with anything). I see the dotted underline, but tapping it doesn't do anything.
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YouTube Identity
October 12, 2020
Great app to learn or review HTML/CSS! Positives: -Easy to use. -Ads aren't intrusive & don't interrupt lessons. -Links to other resources for more in-depth explanations. -It's broken down into short topic sections with quizzes for every topic. -HTML exercises for more practice. -You can skip sections. -Good introduction to SASS at the end. Things to improve: -The way some of the quiz questions are worded is a little awkward, but you can still get the gist. -Some ads are hard to close. I give 5⭐
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A Google user
January 18, 2019
the lessons are easy to follow and the exercises are simple and helpful. Unfortunately I felt it could have gone more in depth, but it's very good as a basic course, learning the core fundamentals of html. there were even things in there i had never learned before.
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What's new

Added Navigation drawer.
Added sections with CSS & Sass.
Added HTML practice.