Introduction to HTML5, HTML5 Basics, HTML5 Introduction - Prism


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In this first tutorial of the series have a look at the basics of HTML5 and show you some of the basic html tags. This Introduction tutorial series is to help anyone who would like to learn how to make their own website from scratch. In today’s world, when the line between mobile and desktop will be fading, the best approach to provide content to the end user is by means of responsive websites created by using HTML5 and CSS3. As HTML5 supports all the latest browsers, it has become the standard markup language for developers. Prism Multimedia is a leading HTML5 training institute in Hyderabad offers in-depth programme on HTML5, CSS3. Trainings are offered by highly experienced professionals with rich experience in UI designing and programming. If you are specifically looking for any customized training in the modules provided in our HTML5 training in Hyderabad syllabus, talk to our counselor to customize your HTML5 and CSS3 Course!


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HTML 5 Tutorials – Part 1:

HTML 5 Tutorials – Part 1 By Prism Multimedia

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The major thing to keep in mind, that HTML is used for meaning and CSS is used for presentation . HTML is nothing more than fancy structured content and the visual formatting of that content will come later when we tackle CSS.

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HTML files are nothing more than simple text files, so to start writing in HTML, you need nothing more than a simple text editor.

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Notepad is a common text editor on Windows-based computers (usually found under the Programs > Accessories menu ) Type this in to your text editor: This is my first heading Now create a folder called “html” wherever you like to save files on your computer and save the file as “abc.html ”.

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It is important that the extension “.html” is specified - some text editors, such as Notepad, will automatically save it as “.txt” otherwise.

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To look at HTML files, they don’t even need to be on the web. Open a web browser such as Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Internet Explorer and in the address bar, where you usually type web addresses, type in the location of the file you just saved (for example, “c:\ html\abc.html ”) and hit return.

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Alternatively, go to the File menu of the browser, select Open, and browse for the file. You can get like My first Heading

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Even you can make use of Adobe Dreamweaver instead of Notepad by downloading that software.

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