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You can use HTML to build anything on Web as it is the skeleton of a website. When HTML gets combined with CSS and JavaScript, it can show a visual miracle known as dynamically functional webpage.

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Learn HTML for Frontend Development

Frontend development gets completed in three steps:

(a) Create the structure with HTML

(b) Style it with CSS

(c) Make the webpage interactive and Functional with JavaScript

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Start Learning UI Development

Ready to start your UI Development Journey? In this course you will learn all the elements of HTML to create a structured webpage and style it properly using CSS selectors, and queries.

Section A: Fundamentals of HTML5

Start your learning with basic structure of webpage, form building, table creation and elements as input, label, multimedia and lists etc.

Section B: Start Styling with CSS3

Implement styling to HTML elements using CSS Selectors, classes, elements. Learn Box model, Flexbox, Grids, animation and media queries in CSS.

Practical Approach for Learning Linux

YourEngineer provides Hands on Training of Linux with various Practice Projects, Portfolio Projects and engaging tutorials.

If you are really into learning Linux, we can make it fun and gamified with challenges, competitions and real world projects.

All you need to upskill with Linux is an Internet Connection, willingness and a hunger for learning something new.

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Test your Linux Skills with YourEngineer Checkpoint

Determine your Linux Strength and weaknesses with an assessment. You can be at a beginner, intermediate or advanced level where you will be benchmarking yourself with your peers and improving consistently.

At YourEngineer Checkpoint, after an assessment you get a personalized recommendation on how to improve

Linux Guidebook and CheatSheets

Get a comprehensive knowledge of Linux with our Guidebook and CheatSheets which will provide you a clear vision for upskilling.

Linux Essentials Guidebook

In this guidebook you will get a wholesome idea of Linux in a structured way and the way of learning it.

Linux Career Path Guidebook

In this guidebook you will understand the career path that gets opened if you upskill with Linux.

HTML: Syntax and Commands

Get a list of syntax and commands of HTML in a documented way and consider it as a manual when in doubt.

HTML: Advanced Logic and Framework

Apply HTML codes and build something necessary in real world by getting access to Advanced Logic Cheatsheet.

Practical Approach for Learning Linux

YourEngineer provides Hands on Training of Linux with various Practice Projects, Portfolio Projects and engaging tutorials.

If you are really into learning Linux, we can make it fun and gamified with challenges, competitions and real world projects.

All you need to upskill with Linux is an Internet Connection, willingness and a hunger for learning something new.

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Frequently Asked Questions:

Linux® is an open source operating system (OS). An operating system is the software that directly manages a system’s hardware and resources, like CPU, memory, and storage. The OS sits between applications and hardware and makes the connections between all of your software and the physical resources that do the work.

Linux was originally developed for personal computers based on the Intel x86 architecture, but has since been ported to more platforms than any other operating system.

Yes, Linux Mint is completely free of charge. Almost everything in Linux Mint is also open-source.

Linux is the most popular choice for hackers due to its flexibility, open source platform, portability and command line interface and compatibility with popular hacking tools.

Linux is also popular among technical users because you can customize it to a greater degree than other operating systems. You have a choice of desktop environments, window managers, and apps. You can even run Linux without a GUI if you want to. And many servers do.

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