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Introduction - Tutoriel HTML & CSS

Introduction - Tutoriel HTML & CSS
À qui s'adresse ce tutoriel ? À ceux qui veulent apprendre comment créer des sites internet : je vais vous apprendre tout de suite la meilleure méthode de le faire. En effet, le HTML est un standard très riche et permissif. Sans un bon guide, il est possible de se perdre entre les différentes méthodes. Ce fut mon cas : mes premiers sites sont mal faits et ce n'est que petit à petit que j'en suis venu au HTML + CSS. Après ce tutoriel, j'espère que vous aurez le moins possible besoin d'en lire d'autres. Pédagogie du tutoriel Un peu plus bas sur cette page, nous commencerons par voir en quoi la séparation du contenu (HTML) et de la forme (CSS) est essentielle, ainsi que ses avantages par rapport aux éditeurs WYSIWYG classiques. Puis, le tutoriel sera séparé en deux grandes parties théoriques. Ce tutoriel étant gros, il est subdivisé en plusieurs pages. Séparation du contenu et de la forme Il a beaucoup été mention de séparation du contenu et de la forme dans les sections précédentes.


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