Getting Started

To learn our HTML tutorials, we don’t need much. Matter of fact, we don’t need anything except a text editor like Notepad which is available on almost any manufactured computer.

If you want to keep things a little cleaner, you may want to get professional HTML editors like Dreamweaver, UltraEdit, Visual Studio and more which are all paid. Notepad is good enough to learn HTML, so you don’t need to worry about buying them if you don’t want to.

HTML File Extensions

HTML like any other markup and programming languages has file extension type(s). You can name your HTML files with .htm or .html. When HTML first started .htm was mostly used by as time went by people started using the more preferred extension .html. In this tutorial We prefer to use .html, but either file extensions will work and display well.