>> HTML is mostly for content structure.
>> HTML for content and structure, yes.
[00:00:40] So HTML is sort of how we declare the stuff in the webpage would you say, the content, excellent point. Yeah, Paul.
>> I like that a lot, that's great.
[00:01:25] So I think of HTML as kind of like the actors on stage or maybe the props, the things, the nouns, the content. The CSS kind of like the costumes and the set design and how the lighting looks and sort of how everything looks, and kind of feels, so sort of the style put on top of all that content.
[00:03:16] And we will be able to wield its powers for good or evil as we so choose. And so this is the hope that we're gonna start by writing some things that we were just gonna repeat the words and we don't know what they mean. But we're gonna dig into them and we're gonna learn what they mean so that we can really have a strong command over the language.
>> Source script in the browser.
[00:04:50] So we could use something built-in to most systems like text editor or whatever editor your laptop maybe or your operating system comes with. Might not be a laptop, might be a, I don't know, any other kind of device, or we can use a kind of fully featured IDE, an integrated development environment.
[00:06:31] So there is if we go into the course site which again on Java.dev/havaScript-first-steps, you'll notice on day one link to a Tic Tac Toe. If you open that page, you'll see a very exciting web page like this. It's not much to look at, but it's a basic webpage that's gonna give us the scaffolding for some of the things we talked about today.
[00:07:26] There's a few different ways.
>> You right click and then at the bottom of the drop down box is inspect.
>> Great, yes. So probably the easiest way to get the developer tools open is to right click anywhere on the page and inspect. Now, this is usually used for inspecting HTML elements, and we're gonna talk about that a little bit later.
[00:07:48] What we'll see, yours might look a little bit different depending what browser you're in, what you'll see is some kind of HTML with whatever element you maybe clicked on, highlighted here. And as you move around, you'll see the different HTML elements get selected. And so from here, so now what we've done, again, we opened the file, if you'd like to download that file and open it locally, you can also do that.