MPFL Reconstruction Surgery

The night proceeding the surgery, I lay in bed wide awake, staring at my phone and the ceiling, a mess of nerves, wondering if I was indeed doing the right thing; on the surface I was having cold…


独家优惠奖金 100% 高达 1 BTC + 180 免费旋转

How to render your first HTML locally on a browser

Learning to code from scratch can be very daunting for a beginner. This is why I came up with this basic to guide to help advance just anybody’s baby steps to confident strides in the shortest possible time.

I will be using the Sublime Text application for all illustrations. Open up the text editor of your choice and let’s get started!!!

Click on “File” select “New File”.

Creating a new file via a text editor

This creates an untitled file for you. So you have to give it a name.

An untitled file is created

To give it a name, once again, click on “File”, then select “Save As”.

Provide a name for the untitled file

Choose a location on your computer where you want to save the file, give it a name of your choice and add to it the “.html” file extension. For example, “index.html”. Then click on the “Save” button.

Name the file with a .html extension

You will be returned back to the text editor window.

Type the following code into your Sublime text editor:

Press the “CTRL” and “S” keys at the same time to save the file. Your outcome should look like what is in the image below.

HTML document in a text editor

Go to that same location on your computer where you saved the “index.html” file, right-click on it, and from the dropdown options, place your mouse cursor on “Open with”, then select any browser of your choice. I personally prefer to make use of the “Chrome browser”.

Open the HTML file in a browser

The output of your HTML code should open up in the browser like this.

Add a comment

Related posts:

Learning to code is much more than acquiring information

Learning is a very complex process. In a very simplistic perspective a lot of people tend to think that the most important part of the process is acquiring information. This can eventually lead to a…

Learning rate schedules and decay using Keras

This article is written solely to brief my comprehension of learning rate schedules, considering my research from many resources, majorly from Adrian Rosebrock’s post. The learning rate is an…

Dejad de preguntarle a mi hijo si tiene novia

El tema de el amor y los niños es uno de los favoritos de los adultos. El otro día, disfrutando de la nueva anormalidad de paseo por una plaza Coruñesa, me reencontré de lleno con uno de mis viejos…