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HTML Tutorial.....???

Discussion in 'HTML & Website Design' started by j.1819, Jun 19, 2015.

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    I want to start HTML tutorial on youtube....but dont know how to do this.. can anyone help me...
    SEMrush
     
    j.1819, Jun 19, 2015 IP
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  2. ketting00

    ketting00 Well-Known Member

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    You are a tutor. Why you ask for help?
     
    ketting00, Jun 19, 2015 IP
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    malky66 Acclaimed Member

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    Do you actually know anything about HTML?...and I don't mean crap you've learnt from w3schools.....
     
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    w3school is best for HTML beginers.
     
    lucky ali, Jun 19, 2015 IP
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    Youtube and Udemy. You can learn almost anything there :)
     
    bussw83, Jun 19, 2015 IP
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    Bogdan Florea Greenhorn

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    You can start with the tutorial on Codecadamy (http://www.codecademy.com/en/tracks/web). The thing about codecadamy is that you need to code on almost every step and for me was a little better than to watch someone code.
     
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    halacm Greenhorn

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    I learn on w3school.It very good.you can try
     
    halacm, Jun 23, 2015 IP
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    paridhi9898 Peon

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    You learn on w3school tutorial and watch youtube video for basic level of HTML .
     
    paridhi9898, Jun 23, 2015 IP
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    Phil S Member

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    @malky66 asked you a legitimate question. Do you actually know anything about HTML? If you don't, how the heck are you going to teach it to anybody else then?
    Also that language will get you banned, they don't care if you have Tourette's or not.
     
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    Adam_UK Member

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    Not an advisable response. You're simply making yourself a target. If you ever feel that someone has insulted you, it would be better to ask them to explain themselves first, as their response may not be malicious nor intended to be a personal attack nor deliberately patronising.

    If you have had experience with HTML and learning HTML online, you should be aware that the W3School has issues. And that the quality of tutorials online (Especially concerning web standards) isn't very high. And that, there are far too many people online making HTML tutorials (Many with good legitimate reasons, maybe, yourself included) without knowing the technology well enough.

    Not knowing how to make video tutorials on YouTube would imply you have little experience with HTML. This is because the YouTube user interface is very easy, straight forward (To a certain degree) and you can familiarise yourself with it in a couple of hours experimenting. Added to this, there are plenty of video tutorials on YouTube explaining how to make video tutorials on YouTube. People who find HTML hard still find making videos on YouTube easy.

    So questions to ask yourself first, because your initially request is as vague as mud through mist:
    • Do you know how to write HTML to a good standard?
    • Why do you want to make HTML tutorials? (Who is your audience?)
    • What should my HTML curriculum be that I think potential students achieve?
    • Which HTML standard do you want to provide tutorials for?
    • Do you know how to make videos?
    • Do you know how to record your desktop or text editor?
    • Do you know how to use YouTube's creator accoun?
    etc... etc...
     
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    hey for html learning you can follow w3 school. This might help you a lot.
     
    Atikur, Jun 24, 2015 IP
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    Damn right!
    To be fair all these clowns that keep saying "w3school is best" don't really know what they're talking about, it's a site they've heard of and they post just to inflate their post count, people in the know, know it's it's just a second rate site full of shit where you can't learn anything useful.
    It did..and they don't..:)
     
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    Bro been there on your situation before, it is difficult to learn HTML on videos. I would like to recommend you to visit W3SCHOOLS, there are tutorials for a beginner and watch videos from Youtube for advance tutorials. It took months of training :D
     
    Jufcy8200, Jun 24, 2015 IP
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    Inflating their post count would explain why, even after you explain W3Schools is bad, people continue to mention it further along the thread.
     
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    They do..and they will continue to do so, at least until that single lonely brain cell they have rattling round their thick heads finally gets bored and gives up.
    If any of them were bright enough to actually read the thread they would realise the OP was asking about creating his own YouTube tutorial and to keep quoting crap like "use w3fools" just makes them look like idiots.
     
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    Following links may help you a lot to learn HTML
    www.tutorialspoint.com/html/
    www.resource-centre.net/beginners-html-tutorial
     
    zinist, Jun 26, 2015 IP
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    There are plenty of site you can visit for that HTML Tutorials. Some are basic, I mean HTML is just a stepping stone for an advance Programming Language. You better learn CSS for Modifying the Content and PHP for the functions.
     
    thewriteone2345, Jul 3, 2015 IP
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    If you like in-depth video tutorials, I like TeamTreehouse. It isn't free, but it's one of my favorites for learning that kind of thing.
     
    mswengel, Jul 3, 2015 IP