Most of what you find on the web is formatted with HTML (short for HyperText Markup Language). While you don't need to know HTML to publish on the web, knowing HTML can definitely be an advantage. Especially when you need to fix bad or broken formatting.
That's where Learning HTML comes in. By working through this book, you'll quickly learn the basics of HTML. You'll be able to work comfortably and confidently with HTML code when you need to. Regardless of whether you're a blogger, a journalist, a content strategist, or a technical writer, knowing HTML will benefit you and your career.
- The basic structure of a web page or document.
- How to create headings, paragraphs, and lists.
- How to build tables.
- How to add images, audio, and video to your web pages or documents.
And a little bit more. None of that's complex. It just takes a bit of effort to learn and to master.
This book is based on the shortcuts I've used, as well as the training I've given to colleagues and other writers over the years. I've distilled what I've taught to all those writers into short, easy-to-understand and easy-to-digest chapters.
Before you buy, you can check out a sample chapter (https://scottnesbitt.net/docs/Learning-HTML-sample-chapter.pdf) to see if the book is right for you.