Does anyone of you know any useful websites that teach HTML for free? Anything that isn't that complicated, and has spaces for beginners?
- w3 Schools - Resources for full stack web development and quizzes, lots of interactivity and amazing website for resources.
- StackOverflow - Large, professional website for problems with almost any language you can image (or any of the StackExchange networks).
- FreeCodeCamp - as @heyitsmarcus said:
also check out FreeCodeCamp. It's awesome!
Really feature-rich site, like a more flowery w3
- Medium - Smart news, also a lot of programming tutorials
- Mozilla Developer Network - A database made by the Mozilla Foundation, maker of Firefox, of resources for web developers (similar to w3 Schools)
Mini-Tutorial Website - Keep in mind I've used my own stylesheet, as basic browser styling varies across each browser, and it is common to see a reset stylesheet used to delete any default styles.
Try the courses on Khan Academy. They are free, and include lots of video tutorials
The others here have made some good suggestions, but I don't think any of them properly teach HTML, or at least they definitely don't do it quite as well. I extremely super highly recommend this tutorial, and I think this is the only introduction and tutorial for web development anyone ever needs. Just go through their home page, and I guarantee you'll want to give it a shot.
I highly suggest using https://www.freecodecamp.org/ They are an amazing, non-profit organization that teaches about web development. You can start it as an absolute beginner and come out of their courses with a lot of great knowledge. And the best part is that it's all totally free since it's backed by donations from the community.