Code Blog in HTML and CSS

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If you ever wanted to make a website, starting off can be confusing. David creates a website using Notepad along with HTML and CSS right in front of your eyes. This video isn’t as much as a tutorial as it is a visual display of how websites are made.

If you are interested in learning how to create a website, the first steps are to learn HTML and CSS. Make sure you learn CSS because it will save you time in the future and make your websites much more appealing. A great tip on learning how to program is to look at other’s code and modify it to see what does what (don’t release or share it). Also never copy and paste code, always type it manually. Typing it allows for you to fully understand everything that is going into the code.

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