About the Book
You are an internet user, but that's about it. You want to change that. You want to make things! And you're not talking about typing a few paragraphs into a blog post; you want to make something completely unique and all your own! You've come to the right place.
Every site you visit on the internet is made up of HTML and CSS. They are the language of the internet. If you've never even seen code before it can look like a completely foreign unreadable language.
If I've just described your situation this is the book for you. I assume no prior knowledge: if you know how to visit websites, you can understand this book.
You won't be creating the next Facebook after reading this book. I keep it very simple: you're going to create a basic page with a simple but neat style. I want to provide you a basic foundation so that when you go out onto the internet to learn more advanced stuff on your own you can actually understand it!
To make these concepts even easier to understand, there's a series of YouTube videos directly correlating to the content of the book. By buying the book, you also get access to downloadable copies of the books for your convenience!
This book is a work in progress, but that's why you should buy it! Your feedback will directly influence the final product and make it better.
For the latest updates on what's coming for Getting Started HTML, visit the blog.
About the Author
Andy Bell is a student at Brigham Young University-Idaho studying Communication. He currently works at the campus tutoring center offering tutoring for an HTML & CSS course offered in the Communication department. This experience in tutoring led to him realizing that most HTML learning methods assume at least some background knowledge in coding, a background most communication students don't have. Getting Started HTML and the accompanying YouTube videos are an effort to provide a new method to learning HTML & CSS (and are also his senior project).