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1,878件の評価
381件のレビュー

コースについて

In this project, you will develop an HTML resource sheet and a very basic sample webpage. You will use a text editor called Notepad++ to write your code, and the Chrome browser to display the resulting webpage. You will learn how to add content to your webpage using the basic content elements. While gaining experience with the Notepad++ editor, you will build an HTML resource webpage. You will use and include common HTML tags and elements and learn what each does to help present your document in a web browser. This course starts at the beginning with HTML; and it will prepare you for the next steps in your Web Development journey, and for future courses where you can expand your knowledge of HTML elements, and learn to apply cascading style sheets. HTML is a gateway skill to more advanced competencies required for Web Development. There is a high demand for developers who understand front-end languages, like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Learning to manually code with HTML instead of turning to a WYSIWYG editor will allow you to better understand the ins and outs of web development. Coding always gives you more control over the final product—in this case a webpage. Note: This course works best for learners who are based in the North America region. We’re currently working on providing the same experience in other regions....

人気のレビュー

AA
2020年6月14日

This is a very basic course on web development, especially on HTML.\n\nIt will be of no use to those who already know something about HTML.\n\nAlthough lecturer was perfect in dealing with her job.

SH
2020年7月5日

Simple and easy to follow through. Beginner friendly. Only suggestion is to add a reference sheet of the tags learnt with the course since the programme closes after the lessons.

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Introduction to HTML: 351 - 375 / 376 レビュー

by HASAN, M T

2020年6月21日

good

by SHANMUGAPRIYAN.M

2020年6月16日

good

by G'ulomov A I

2020年8月14日

555

by Mintaeva J A

2020年8月14日

отл

by VIJAYALAKSHMI A S

2020年9月26日

ok

by Dani T

2021年9月24日

T​he instructor explained most things clearly but I was left with several questions. I'd have liked for her to explain what the difference between CSS, HTML and Javascript were in order for me to have a clearer idea of what I need to learn next. (Turns out I actually need an intro to CSS, not HTML). It would also have been useful of her to explain a couple more of the functions in Notepad++ (eg text wrapping and the purpose of the dropdowns that appear as you type) as I had to adjust some of the settings myself. Equally, certain things were over-explained - chances are most people know how to save a file and double-click.

by Gone S

2020年6月22日

The course was easy. Expected it to be more complex.

But, Thank you for this course making it easy for college students to enroll into this for free.

by Ganesh G

2020年7月28日

very less informataion is provided in this project and more interesing and crazy questions must be given to the students

by Laaboni M

2020年6月30日

It is too easy and extremely basic topics have been discussed. A little more variety and complexity will be appreciated.

by Vipul L

2020年11月28日

Not that in depth or long course, it's just the into about HTML and little of the basics.

by Zakaria A A

2020年7月2日

it lacked content but it was good.

by KRISHNANGI B

2020年8月13日

thank you so much to coursera ,

by Swara P M

2020年9月3日

very useful,informative.

by John C T

2021年3月15日

Very Basic!

by Weerachai Y

2020年6月26日

thanks

by Ankur K

2020年9月13日

good

by B N B

2020年7月2日

nice

by Qurbanova U

2020年8月19日

ok

by Oltinoy A

2020年8月13日

ok

by Zarmeen L

2020年7月29日

Super basic. Listen at 2x speed.

by AliHasnain N L

2020年7月20日

wasnt it too short?

by Kay K S

2020年9月4日

Well done

by Prasanna V D

2020年7月30日

very bad

by Dino B

2020年9月27日

Retook the quiz several times with all correct answers and still gave a score of 79%

by HAARD P

2020年11月27日

just time pass for certificate. Coursera should remove such stuff.