When you want to build websites as a Python programmer, there’s no way around HTML and CSS. Almost every website on the Internet is built with HTML markup to structure the page. To make a website look nice, you can style HTML with CSS. If you’re interested in web development with Python, then knowing HTML and CSS will help you understand web frameworks like Django and Flask better. But even if you’re just getting started with Python, HTML and CSS can enable you to create small websites to impress your friends.
While creating the web project, you’ll craft a boilerplate HTML document that you can use in your upcoming web projects. You may find that the source code will come in handy when you’re working on future projects. You can download it here: After learning the basics of HTML and CSS, you’ll find ideas on how to continue your journey at the end of the tutorial. Create Your First HTML File Think of any website that you’ve recently visited. Maybe you read some news, chatted with friends, or watched a video. No matter what kind of website it was, you can bet that its source code has a basic tag at the beginning. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language. HTML was created by Tim Berners-Lee, whose name might also ring a bell for you as the inventor of the World Wide Web. The hypertext part of HTML refers to building connections between different HTML pages. With hyperlinks, you can jump between pages and surf the Web.