Building a website in 2020 can now be completed without having HTML, HTML5, CSS, PHP, JS or any type of coding skill. Actually, I can’t remember the last time I’ve needed to edit the code.
And if you’re never built a website, you probably don’t know what any of these acronyms means. But HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language and we’ll stop there to avoid any confusion.
In-other-words, these are universal languages used to create single or multiple page websites.
And here’s a little secret you probably didn’t know about me. I don’t know any of the languages apart from HTML & HTML5. 😳
Here’s why I’ve done just fine!
But for you techies who wish to keep your coding skills tight and the newbie’s who want to enhance your skill. I’ve come across a few sites I like.
Where can I find a good HTML website?
That’s easy. Open your favorite browser and do a quick search for “HTML websites“.
Your search will generate so many sites that you could spend 2, 3 or maybe 4 hours trying to figure out which one communicates with you the best.
So, let me share a few of my favorite sites in hopes of saving you some time so you can get back to building your masterpiece.
What HTML sites do I use and why?
Often times I forget the HTML code for copyright, special symbols and a few basic tags. So, I keep a few HTML sites in my back pocket so I can grab the code I need real quick and keep it moving.
W3Schools.com: Is the one I use the most. They have a few educational tutorials that will teach the language you’re looking for, but I’ve never taken a course.
HTML.com: Is for beginners. So, if you’re new to the game and want to learn coding, this is the site I suggest.
HTMLCheatSheet: Will probably be my new favorite HTML site for several reasons.
- They make it easy to find what you’re looking for.
- You can add characters to your site in two clicks. 1) Copy and 2) Paste.
- They make it easy for you to get the code you need by using their WYSIWYG window.
However, sometimes you need a few HTML codes for special characters or symbols that you don’t use very often.
But if you did a search for an HTML site, you’d probably waste a bit of time trying to figure out which one fits your need the best.
So, I wanted to share the HTML sites I use so you can get back to building your website using WordPress.org.
‘Til the next episode,