HTML is one of the easiest programming languages to learn. It's so simple that hard-core programmers don't consider it programming. Most of your time creating web pages will be spent on typing the text of the page, and not on fancy programming.

HTML is highly logical and not very mathematical. There are commands you give to the computer which make sense, even for beginners. Writing an HTML page is much like word processing, but you must give the codes for paragraphs, pictures, lists, or anything else that involves formatting. Don't worry, we'll move in easy steps and give you opportunities to practice along the way.

That's it. You're ready to begin learning the language which brings the nation together. Please read each lesson in detail and try out each step as you go. By the end of this experience, you will be able to write web pages from scratch and do things that will amaze and amuse your fans.

Ready? Let's begin.
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