Step 2: Right-click anywhere on the page and select “Inspect” or “Inspect Element” from the drop-down menu. This will open the browser’s developer tools.
Step 5: If the code is valid, it will execute and you will see the output in the console. If there is an error in the code, the console will display an error message.
Step 1: Set Up Your Environment
Once you have a text editor, you need to create an HTML file. An HTML file is a text file that contains HTML code. You can create an HTML file using your text editor. Open your text editor and create a new file. Type the following code into your file:
Save your file with a .html extension, for example, “index.html”.
This code displays a pop-up window with the text “Hello World!” when the HTML file is opened in a web browser.
Step 3: Open Your HTML File in a Web Browser
Save your file and refresh your web browser. You should see a pop-up window with the text “Welcome to my website!”.