In about an hour, novice computer users can learn the essential information needed to build a website, using nothing more than an ordinary text editor
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 13, 2010
BITMA's enhanced HTML.net website lets business people, students, and home users learn HTML and CSS, free. Available in 11 languages, these multi-language tutorials make it easy to learn how to design and develop websites. In about an hour, novice computer users can learn the essential information needed to build a website, using nothing more than an ordinary text editor. The HTML.net tutorials are available 24/7, without charge. Tutorials are in English, German, Italian, Spanish, French, Portuguese, Russian, Polish, Hebrew, Arabic, and Chinese.
HTML.net frees business people from the expense and frustration of hiring a consultant to put their company on the Internet. And HTML.net lets students and home users learn how simple it is to create an effective website.
The latest version includes a community of web developers and forums where site users can help each other with HTML and CSS problems.
The HyperText Markup Language (HTML) tutorial begins with the basics, and introduces you to links, images, and tables. You'll learn how to develop a site that can be viewed by all web browsers on all platforms. There are tips and tricks to make your website attractive, fast-loading, and effective.
The Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) tutorial teaches you to separate your website content from your design, enabling you to quickly change the look and feel of your website. CSS-based websites improve your search engine rankings by making it easier for search engines to find and index your content. CSS is slowly replacing table-based HTML as the design tool of choice. But the transition to CSS has been slow because CSS is difficult to learn. HTML.net makes it easy.
Millions of business people, home users, and students have been avoiding creating their websites because they think it's too much work, or too complicated. HTML.net makes it easy to learn the essential information needed to create a website, in hours not months.
HTML.net is made available by BITMA, a Copenhagen-based software development firm. The company's goal is to provide professionals, hobbyists, home users, and students with the HTML and CSS knowledge needed to build effective websites on the Internet.
For more information, or to advertise on the HTML.net website, visit http://www.html.net/, or contact BITMA, Kaj Munks Vej 10, 3.th, 2300 Copenhagen S, Denmark. Phone: (+45) 5194 5001. E-mail: info(at)bitma(dot)com