HTML and CSS Foundations for Python Developers

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.

In this video course, you’ll learn how to:

  • Structure a basic HTML file
  • View and inspect HTML in your browser
  • Insert images and page links
  • Style a website with CSS
  • Format HTML with accessibility in mind
  • Use Python to write and parse HTML code

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About Alexandra Davis

Alexandra is an avid Pythonista and course instructor at Real Python based in Arizona. She is a software engineer with a passion for full stack web development and Python.

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