HTML Training Courses

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HTML Training Courses

HTML Training Courses

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HTML Training Courses

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HTML Basic Training Course
Very impressed with the overall course - Kobie
HTML Basic Training Course
Excellent, everything was easy to understand and well explained. Great course! - Stephanie
HTML Essentials Training Course
Entire course was relevant to both professional and hobby interests - Geoff
HTML Basic Training Course
entire course was relevant to both professional and hobby interests - Geoff
HTML Basic Training Course
entire course was relevant to both professional and hobby interests - Geoff
HTML Essentials Training Course
Thank you Jonathon, you are an excellent trainer. You were very clear and calm at all times. It was a lot to learn, but I thoroughly enjoyed the day. - Cerena
HTML Basic Training Course
The whole company was very professional, The HTML trainer Jonathon was great. Cerena - very helpful and personable at all times - before, during and after the course. Would highly recommend Raising the Bar to anyone. :) - Jenny
HTML Essentials Training Course
Excellent, everything was easy to understand and well explained. Great course! - Stephanie
HTML Essentials Training Course
Jonathan our trainer was fantastic! He was thorough and very clear and I really enjoyed it. - Amanda
HTML Essentials Training Course
The whole company was very professional, the html trainer Jonathon was great. Cerena - very helpful and personable at all times - before, during and after the course. Would highly recommend rtb to anyone.:) - Jenny
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Application Description

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language, and is the main programming language underlying web pages. Basically it describes to browser software such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Google Chrome, Firefox, etc. how and where text and images should display.

HTML consists of a series of short codes – tags, which are typed into a text-file by the website author. The text is then saved as a html file, and viewed using a browser. The browser reads the file and translates the text into a visible form, rendering the page as the author had intended. Writing your own HTML entails using tags correctly to create your vision.