What is it?
Why should I learn it?
What can I do with it?
This is just one exercise that demonstrates what you can do with an interactive website. From here, you can manipulate the code for your own purposes and start thinking about how you'd create your own interactive projects.
How long will it take?
Programming is something that you learn over time, through practice. This exercise will take a few hours, but you will need to spend some time working with these skills after you complete it.
Let's begin with a basic HTML page to get us started.
Name it anything you want, as long as it has an .html extension. Open this page in a browser. See how it looks. Right now, it’s just basic text.
If you want to use the images I used in this tutorial, you can find them here, but feel free to use any images you want in creating your own projects. Be creative!
Add the CSS code to the right to the head of the document, so you can start designing the page. Make sure you enclose the styles within the opening and closing styles element We'll be creating the divs for main and header next.
I have added an image to fit in the head of the document, that you can find here, if you'd like to use it. Feel free to use another image or style the heading section in a different way, if you want.