How to Create a Simple Web Page with HTML?

How to Create a Simple Web Page with HTML?

If you are a beginner in web development, and want to learn how to create a simple web page with HTML, you are in the right place!

HTML is one of the core technologies used to create websites and can be used to create basic web pages.

Below are some easy steps to get started:

1. Download an HTML editor

Using an HTML editor makes it easier to write HTML with built-in features such as syntax highlighting, auto indentation and others.

2. Create your HTML file

Using the HTML editor, create a text file and save it as index.html. This will be the starting point and main page of your website.

3. Add HTML tags & content

Now, start adding HTML code to your index.html file. You’ll need to include:

  • HTML Tag – This will define the structure of your document.
  • Headings – This will provide structure to your document.
  • Paragraphs – This will give your page a readable format.
  • Images – This will help your page to look more attractive.
  • Links – This will help you to link to other pages.

4. Preview your page

Once you have added in your HTML tags and content, you can now preview your page in a web browser.

5. Publish your page

Lastly, publish your page on the web. You will want to take the HTML file(s) and upload them to a web server in order to make your page visible to the world.


Creating a simple web page with HTML is a great way to get started in web development. With this basic knowledge and your creativity, you will be able to create amazing websites!


Mostafa Saady, Egyptian Software Engineer, supersonic self-learner and teacher, fond of learning and exploring new technologies and science. As a self-taught professional I really know the hard parts and the difficult topics when learning new or improving on already-known languages. This background and experience enables me to focus on the most relevant key concepts and topics.

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