HTML and CSS give you control over your content.
(Hypertext Markup Language and Cascading Style Sheets)
WordPress and other WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) design platforms give you many basic options on font size, content spacing, image display, etc.
If you want a basic website, using the WordPress editor is great!
But what if you want more?
If you want your site to have a clean look with pixel perfect alignment and better control over your content, learning to work with HTML and CSS is a must.
I don’t waste your time teaching you things you don’t need to know.
If you are simply looking for a way to improve a current site, you don’t need to spend time learning unrelated tags and coding. Let’s work on what you need to know!
If you’re wondering why you’d want to learn HTML and CSS, let’s take a look at a few examples!
What you’ve seen here is just a small, rather flamboyant example of a few of the things you can do with CSS. This site utilizes CSS in many areas, but I generally use CSS to make content display in specific ways that are not readily apparent.
And what does this have to do with HTML? You have to be able to read HTML to make site-wide or specific content edits with CSS and you need at least a basic understanding of HTML to make the objects that ‘work’ with CSS (like every example on this page). Have questions? Want to know more? Please contact me!