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Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for creating web pages and web applications. With Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and JavaScript, it forms a triad of cornerstone technologies for the World Wide Web.

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Ever want to learn html? Visit codecademy. I tried teaching myself so many times, and I just failed all over the place. This site helped me buckle down and learn it and I'm so thankful. I'm still a novice, but at least I now know the basics to practice with! Oh, and did I mention that it's all free? ;)

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My freshman year of High School I taught myself HTML and CSS to get a head start on my Web Design class. I successfully learned HTML and CSS basics from this video which ended me up with a summer internship.

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HTML, Hyper Text Markup Language, is the basic, standard, structure language for every website you see on the internet. It is what makes the content visible, and more or less layout. However, HTML is NOT the styling of the page. HTML is not made to make a website look "pretty", or "styled". Neither is HTML5. All versions of HTML are for the basic structure of the page and (Search Engine Optimization). To style an HTML website you need the help of another language, CSS/CSS3. CSS is the markup language that styles all of the gorgeous websites you see.

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Animating with Transitions

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Text Shadows, Gradients, and Alpha

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< i > italics

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Crazy Transformations

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Rounded Corners and Shadows!

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More Flexible Box Model Tricks!

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Finishing the Flexible Box Model Layout

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