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HTML Introduction to HTML and CSS (2016) Getting Familiar with HTML and CSS Building Web Pages with HTML and CSS

Chinedu Okonkwo
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Chinedu Okonkwo
Front End Web Development Techdegree Student 9,451 Points

What's a good way to remember all of the syntax for html/css?

I'm just having trouble remember something and wanted to know if there was a technique or strategy to learn this.

Bret Lynn
Bret Lynn
7,037 Points

For me, it comes with practice. I've stopped and started the Front End Web Developer Course several times, for several reasons, so I haven't made a lot of progress, but things that were confusing at first are making more sense now. I really think it's just repetition. If you download a free text-editor (I like Brackets) you can practice on your computer, play around, make mistakes, see what happens when you try different things. Also, the w3schools.com has great explanations and practice tools.

3 Answers

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,968 Points

You might find something useful in the How To Learn course.

I've been playing with this interactive "cheat sheet" @ https://htmlcheatsheet.com/

nice HTML CheatSheet. I just bookmarked it.