HTML is the acronym for Hyper Text Markup Language. For learning purposes, just think of it as a language that the computer understands. For example, as humans, we were taught different languages; i.e. HTML as a language, is mostly and specifically used to create a website. The web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox, will then decipher and interpret the code or rather, language(HTML), and display it in a way we can understand it, just like in a basic webpage.


Knowing basic HTML is good but if you do not know HTML, that is not the end of the world! You can always take HTML courses or search for information online. I started out on the web with zero HTML knowledge but I learn the basic and I build websites. Now, I still am no expert but I am still building websites.


Go to Google or Yahoo right now and type in “Basic HTML”. You can find many websites providing information on basic HTML. Do not fear the language, the more you get in contact with it, the more familiar you become.


Furthermore, one could also gain access to online web-builders, website builders that are inbuilt and can be directly controlled from the net. There are many different and specific builders online. Many web hosts also provide website wizard to help you start your webpage.


Books and magazines contain guides that can help in offering tutorials and ways to put up our own websites. Even online tutorials are credible, as in the modern world, information technology is the best and most cost efficient way in retaining knowledge, especially in this particular field.


Don’t let this be a hinder to you. This should not be an excuse to put you off the web.

Jean Phyllis started earning on the web with no experience and little internet knowledge. She knows the difficulties that newbies are facing and would greatly recommend affiliate marketing as the best way to start earning money online. Start your internet business www.beginner-internet-business.com

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