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What is W3Schools?
We create simplified and interactive learning experiences.
Learning web development should be easy to understand and available for everyone, everywhere!
W3Schools is a school for web developers, covering all the aspects of web development:
- HTML Tutorial
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- And Much More ...
W3Schools was created in 1998, and derives its name from the World Wide Web (WWW) but is not affiliated with the W3C.
W3Schools has focus on simplicity.
W3Schools practice easy learning.
W3Schools uses simple code examples and simple illustrations of how to use it.
W3Schools' tutorials start from basic level and move all the way up to professional references.
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W3schools presents thousands of code examples.
By using our online editor, Try it Yourself, you can edit examples and execute computer code experimentally, to see what works and what does not, before implementing it.
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W3Schools is, and will always be, a completely free developers resource.
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