Learn how to create the structure of your website using semantic elements in HTML5. This concept is very important for helping sighted and non-sighted users navigate your website. The better your structure, the better your website. We'll explore all of the HTML5 tags that give your code meaning to users, other developers, and bots. View the code for this video to try it yourself. Link to code in video: http://codepen.io/brianhaferkamp/pen/JEeRjV/ ------------------- This course will teach you HTML5, the newest version of the HTML language. HTML is the skeleton of a website that contains all of the actual information that a browser renders, giving the web page its structural elements. We will learn about common HTML5 tags and create a one-page website as a project that will serve as a basic template for you to use. The concepts of that one-page website will also give you the tools to create a multi-page website. Find more HTML5 Basics videos in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLMklnyuK-t1HksWhgEbehXrCmncQ9SAAw
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