HTML Crash Course For Absolute Beginners



In this crash course I will cram as much about HTML that I can. This is meant for absolute beginners. If you are interested in learning HTML but know nothing, then you are in the right place. We will be creating a cheat sheet with all of the common HTML5 tags, attributes, semantic markup, etc. We will not be focusing on CSS in this video. The CSS crash course will be released shortly after

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34 Comments

  1. A note to my subs…. The reason for creating this video/series is to have a starting point on my channel for absolute beginners. More advanced stuff on the way 🙂

  2. Thanks for this brilliant video!! I am just taking my first steps into HTML and you have done an amazing job with this tutorial.

  3. Is Sublime text not auto-filling the tags for anyone? Or is that just me. It's also not turning magenta, something's not right here….

  4. Great video! I have ZERO experience in html and after this video I feel like I understand it much better. I could probably build a website now, it might not be pretty, but I could build one. I will be watching the CSS for beginners soon. Thank you!

  5. Mr. Traversy, Thanks for your time in making this videos. I really appreciate your effort and be sure that people like me that have no idea but want to learn we are actually learning! Greetings from Amsterdam!

  6. Very good video. Question: You mentioned you can't have an online store with just HTML. I'm trying to create my own website to generate ad revenue and maybe sell digital downloads of certain media…I'm wondering what is required to turn your website into a business? Can it be done with HTML and CSS, or do you need to go beyond that? Thank you.

  7. This is really good! And a lot of the things where you say "most of you probably already know this…" was stuff I did not know so I am glad you included it. I am a true beginner at this, and my new job requires it so I am glad to find such a basic and clear guide.

  8. Thank you so much!! Was looking for a course like this, well explained and from scratch.
    Practiced hands on side by side with Sublime and felt so proud of the final thing even if it doesnt have any styling (yet).
    Instantly subscribed and I will continue watching your videos 🙂

  9. Thank you so much Brad. I picked up HTML in the late 90's, and haven't used much of it for a lot of years. I'm at a career-change point, and started out with FreeCodeCamp, then added a Udemy course. I've got to tell you, I just love the way you teach. You are so clean and consistent! Some teachers will give you a rule, then go do the exact opposite, or leave information out. When you first start out, or–refresh; you are dependent on the rules you are taught, and it is so nice to just follow along side you and not wonder if the information is wrong or why something doesn't work. As they say on E-bay; A++++++++++ I wish I found you first! Although now that I have, I'm doing all of them!
    Thank you so much for being such an awesome and generous person!

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