HTML Teacher

Developer: Marc Rochkind

Current Version: 1.02

Last Updated: 3 years ago

Download Size: 862.8 KB - Download

Description:

HTML Teacher is a unique way to learn beginning HTML.

It teaches HTML through interactive lessons that let you try out each new tag and see the results in a browser pane right away.

An editor, web previewer, and file uploader are built-in.

At first, you choose tags from a menu, to eliminate misspellings; then you're free to type them yourself. A built-in HTML checker points out errors. Best of all, you can upload pages to a real website from within the app, with no signup or extra fees required, and then share that website with your friends and family.

This app is intended for students from grades 4 and up, but it's suitable for adults, too. (Not for those who already know HTML basics. No advanced topics like tables, forms, and CSS.)

Once you've mastered the HTML taught by HTML Teacher, you're ready to move on to the easy-to-use, yet powerful, site-building app SiteKite, also in the Mac App Store.

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version 1.02
Review by Jineaukai

Like it - I like how easy it was to learn from. The only thing that made me frustrated is when it's "your turn" to write html it didn't let you manually type in the html. I don't like that it brings up a list that you HAVE to choose from. It should allow you to type it in by yourself and have the list there as a reference.

Found helpful by 19 out of 19 people

More Reviews for Current Version

3/5
Version 1.02
Review by iLanceReview

It's For Super n00bs - I have no prior HTML experiance or programming for that matter. I was able to make it through all "49" slides and fully understand them in like 2 hrs. I wish there was a little more: Like an example on how to make a mail signature...

Found helpful by 1 out of 3 people
3/5
Version 1.02
Review by Slayer847

An absolute beginnner's best choice. - Having played with this app for a good amount of time, I can honestly say its an excelent choice for those absolute beginners with no prior experience in coding. If you are looking to sharpen your skills in HTML, or have some kind of background in HTML, look elsewhere.

Found helpful by 1 out of 1 people
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