shovanfreedom — 2013-12-20T00:01:10-05:00 — #1
How to read HTML? Is there any easy to read HTML?
oddz — 2013-12-20T00:20:51-05:00 — #2
To read HTML you are going to need to learn to read HTML. The whole thing is similar to a foreign language. Checkout this book on learnable. That is a book that many of us started out with to learn HTML including myself.
ralphm — 2013-12-20T00:33:25-05:00 — #3
HTML consists of a few "tags" that are wrapped around content to describe what kind of content it is. E.g. <p></p> indecates that the text between is a paragraph, which <h1></h1> indicates that the text is a top level heading:
<font color='"#FF0000"'><h1></font>This is a heading<font color='"#FF0000"'></h1></font>
<font color='"#FF0000"'><p></font>This is a paragraph.<font color='"#FF0000"'></p></font>
valo_manus — 2013-12-24T00:27:28-05:00 — #4
HTML is not so difficult to read. But you have to practice a lot. There are some tags in HTML. You should learn from some source.
technobear — 2013-12-24T06:53:48-05:00 — #5
SitePoint has a reference section which will let you quickly look up any tag you don't recognise.
thomosmax — 2014-01-16T12:49:54-05:00 — #6
You can learn about HTML at w3schools.com and there are also many sites available on internet to learn about HTML.
system — 2014-02-04T23:42:40-05:00 — #7
You can take help from the internet there are lots of examples, e-books and webpages are available where experience designers and developers post their views and idea about HTML so it helps you.
wesley00 — 2014-02-06T04:56:20-05:00 — #8
Its all about tag, if you can understand tag than you can read HTML. you need to practice a lot for the same, you can take help form some online tutorial.
technobear — 2014-02-06T07:02:25-05:00 — #9
It seems everything has been said which needs to be said, and the OP hasn't returned, so I think it's time to close the thread.
Thanks to all who contributed.