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❓ASK What is the best HTML tutorial site for beginners?

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If someone want to start freelancing career as an HTML programmer what is the best website he should visit first ro learn faster?
 

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bright answer friend. although enveto have large tutorials in details but I guess they are not perfect for very beginners. w3schools is a nice website.
 

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I wanted to suggest udemy but the issue is that you have practice a lot to stay in touch with what's going on, since theory alone isn't enough
 

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I wanted to suggest udemy but the issue is that you have practice a lot to stay in touch with what's going on, since theory alone isn't enough

good pick mate. udemy was not in my mind. also I think some youtube channels are very bright in learnkng others HTML, javascript and almost anything totally free. but learner must have good internet pack or wifi to get those long videos.
 

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There is no such thing as a "HTML programmer". HTML is only markup language. If you want to begin your journey to be web apps developer you need to know HTML + CSS then start javascript for frontend purposes , then some language to build backend for example c# (asp.net) or python or php or.... then you need to start learn about databases (how to create, read, connect with your app etc.) and when you will knew the basics you have to spend many hours building your project and learn from it. So as you can see you can't accomplished it in 2-3 weeks but I wish you that you would not lack perseverance and that you would succeed :)

Currently due to coronavirus codecademy gives full access for free to persons who have edu email, but you can simple bypass this by enter any edu email (there is no confirmation needed) for example during registration process you can use for example [email protected] as email adress and you will receive free access to this learning platform ;)

Good luck
 

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Video lessons I think more powerful than the rext lessons. A lot of small websites still rely on HTML only (no PHP, no online payment). small fishing clubs or wood cabin renting companies fallinto this catagory who deals with phone mainly for contacts.
 

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There are plenty of good online education platforms nowadays that have amazing video courses that help you learn useful skills and even give you a certificate at the end. The ones that have plenty of courses on HTML would be skill share and udemy, you can try both these websites and choose whichever course suits you best
 

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Everyone learns differently. And since we all can absorb new knowledge in a different way and at different rate, there is no 'perfect' tutorial site for any given expertise. There are many programming tutorial websites out there, you just have to pick one that suits your learning style, and then grind on until you master it.
 

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Everyone learns differently. And since we all can absorb new knowledge in a different way and at different rate, there is no 'perfect' tutorial site for any given expertise. There are many programming tutorial websites out there, you just have to pick one that suits your learning style, and then grind on until you master it.
This is absolutely the point! You need to find what suits you best. There is no one fits all. I think you will not stop with plain HTML, over time there will be the need for dynamic content. One should learn this concepts too. Build small projects that might be a job from a client. Build a website, build a dynamic website, build a pwa or static web app. Learn tooling framework that do the job.

This includes understanding the trends in the field of web development. As freelancer you need to compete against others that have potentially more expertise. Find you’re focus area and learn how to monetize it. Years ago I built small lean websites for local businesses and hosted them on a server. This never has been huge visitor magnets ( good for the server) but generated a steady income stream. Small customers don’t ask for specific technology the result should fit the expectations.
 

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Thanks for sharing about Udemy and w3schools for one who wants to learn about programming langaunges and in this case HTML.

Hope they do have flexible subscription if at all they do?
 

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I too had started with w3 school and the ones that are giving you the advice are knowledgeable not I'm considering myself bragging but I'm just giving a peace of advice that they have given above a suitable advice and you must follow because above users are more experienced than me and I just second the opinion that they are telling you the right thing here So you can trust them
 

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