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What Will I Learn?

  • Basic HTML Structure
  • Foundations of HTML Syntax
  • Linking Pages to Create Websites
  • Creating Fillable Forms and Buttons
  • Adding Basic Javascript for Interactive Sites


Learning HTML is really not that difficult, especially when it's explained clearly. That's where this coding for beginners tutorial comes into play. This course is created to help you understand HTML basics even if you haven't seen a line of code before!

Boost Your Career Chances

In under one hour, this tutorial will give you a solid foundation on what HTML is, how it works and how to use it. You’ll also learn how to utilize basic templates. And that's pretty much all you need to know to start building simple websites immediately!

If you ever thought about becoming a web developer there's one thing you should know: basic HTML knowledge might save your life one day. By learning HTML basics you'll have a much higher chance to get hired and become irreplaceable in any company that has a website. Even if you're not familiar with programming and just want to simply improve your blog or email structure, knowing how to code using HTML will prove to become extremely helpful.

Limitless Possibilities for Web Development

Surely, WYSIWYG (full name "what you see is what you get") web authoring programs might seem a bit more simple to use than learning to code. And yet, that's not always the case! These type of programs can make your web development progress a lot more tricky and messy by adding extraneous code. This coding for beginner course is going to set you on the right path. By learning how to code using HTML you will be able to get rid of that useless additional code and make your websites run much faster. And imagine how convenient being able to design and structure everything yourself is instead of hiring someone else to do it.

Most importantly learning how to code using HTML will not limit your options as these pre-programmed applications do. If you've been using WYSIWYG software before, after learning basic HTML, programming will seem like a breeze of fresh air after being confined in a closed room for days. While, web authoring programs only have limited specific features, with HTML and CSS languages combined you can learn to create almost any design you can imagine.

Furthermore, if you haven't got the slightest idea how to code, you will never be able to tell a broken code from a correct one. Hence, you'll never be able to fix it. Don't worry though, after learning some basic coding for beginners you'll be ahead of the game.

Programming Made Simple

This course won't burden your mind with too much useless techno jargon or additional information. There's time to learn everything. HTML is an excellent language to start if you want to learn how to code. Therefore, the objective of this tutorial is to teach you the most important basis that will allow you to start programming instantly instead of reading a book after a book without gaining any actual practical skills.

There are tons of reasons to learn HTML. As mentioned before, using it you'll be able to add a lot of cool features to your sites. Also, it has one of the simplest syntaxes. Hence, it's easy to learn. After learning your first programing language, it will be far more simple to learn more. Yes, they have some different features. Some are more difficult than the others but they also share many similarities. You could say, many of them have the same basis.

Even though many coding for beginners tutorials aren't actually meant for people without prior knowledge, this one is! So, start learning how to code using one of the simplest languages - HTML with the help of this super easy to follow coding for beginners tutorial now!


  • A Solid Internet Connection
  • Notepad Program or Other Text Editor.
  • Updated Internet Browser


Section 1: Coding for beginners 51:40
  • Introduction
  • Course Requirements

About the Instructor

John Bura

Web/App/Game Developer
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John Bura is a well-known education instructor since 2011. He has over 20 years of programming experience and 15 years of teaching experience. John Bura also owns game development company called Mammoth Interactive. They focus on iPhone, iPad, Android, HTML5, ad game development for such companies like Nickelodeon. John is also providing consulting services on game and level design, programming and project management. In total, John and his company has taught over 300,000 students and developed around 50 games which reached top 10 in the app store.


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