- The primary and most important tool is a text editor, i.e. a program that allows you to edit plain text files, it will also be used to write or edit template/webpage e.g. Notepad.
- After writing a webpage, it is important to see how it will look like. So a web browser would be needed to view the written webpage e.g. Internet Explorer.
2. Learncss.tutsplus – 30 Days to Learn HTML & CSS
Learncss.tutsplus is a great website to learn HTML and CSS online. This service is free and you will also learn HTML and CSS in 30 days by sacrificing 10 minutes on their website daily. This course has 30 videos. The course is 100% free. It is instructed by veteran web developer and trainer Jeffrey Way
webdesign.about.com is another popular website where HTML and CSS are being taught online for free. This site has too many tutorials to learn HTML and CSS.
5. HTML Dog
HTML Dig is the web designer’s resource for everything HTML and CSS, the most common technologies used in making web pages.