HTML is a language
we will never speak and most of us
will never speak of. It is the language,
or code, behind every computer. HTML
code is the brain of the computer
– telling it what color to display,
what size the text is, whether the
copy is bold or italicized, etc.
Most schools nowadays teach basic
HTML writing. They keep it basic because
most people will never have to use
it in a daily application. Many people
are only interested in learning HTML
if they play to develop websites
as a career. Please do not panic if
you need to build a website, though.
It is NOT necessary to know HTML to
build your own website thanks to
website builder programs such as
Macromedia Dreamweaver or Web Studio.
But programs like those were developed
by programmers who DO know HTML, so
if you are looking for a career and
want to make a bundle, don’t
shy away from learning HTML code.
As you create your own web page with
the user friendly website builder
program of your choice, you can check
to see what the HTML code looks like.
Generally, such programs include a
“View HTML” tab to click
in case you would like to see how
the code looks in relation to your
much easier to create site builder
program. Your HTML view will simply
look like lines of text and won’t
look anything like the nice website
you actually designed.
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