HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the basic coding langugage used for creating and publishing documents on the Web. Although web authoring tools such as Dreamweaver can automatically create and edit webpage code, a general understanding of HTML is required for all campus web developers and administrators.
HTML Tutorials Online
There is an abundance of websites that offer free HTML tutorials, tips, and discussions. We recomend that you search the Web and visit various resources to find the one that meets your individual learning style, preference, and needs.
The following HTML tutorials are some of our favorites, and a good place to start:
- w3schools.com: HTML Tutorial
- HTML Dog: HTML Tutorial [Beginner - Intermediate - Advanced]
- Web Developers Notes: Free Online Basic HTML Tutorial
- Web Developer's Virtual Library: Tutorials for Web Devs - HTML
HTML Online Video Training by Lynda.com
Lynda.com is a subscription based provider of educational materials for creative designers, instructors, students, and hobbyists. The subscription cost is approximately $25/month or $250/year. Videos are closed caption and may require QuickTime.
The video training course(s) below can be partially previewed prior to subscribing: