HTML and CSS codes are what make a website functional. The Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) provides structure to a page and the Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) provide the visual designs and layout. Both are very important during the development of a website but cannot be seen by the web user.
I previously have used coding in COMM352 but just started learning the basics. I was surprised to see how many different HTML codes exist. Seriously check it out! The list of HTML tags most likely will be helpful in my future projects dealing with web design and coding. If you are curious about the codes that are in a particular website you can figure it out by pressing CTRL+U on Windows or COMMAND+OPTION+U on Mac. It all brings me back to my MySpace days when I was putting codes in to beautify my page.
Tim Berner-Lee was the inventor of HTML in 1989. He also invented the first webpage including Safari, Firefox and others. Without the invention from Berner-Lee you wouldn’t be viewing this webpage at all. It’s just crazy to think how far things have grown even since then.
HTML and CSS coding can be difficult at first but once you learn the basics, it’s only upward from there. Here is a clip to learn the basics!