Often times I do a lesson, then erase the code and write it over again simply to familiarize myself with writing the code. However, this seems to cause some troubles with me being able to verify that the code is indeed correct. This is because since I have already passed a certain part, and simply am going back to rewrite it, it will save my previous completed status, and accept incorrect code based on the assumption that I already passed it.
I realize that in order for me to actually make sure that I can check if the code is correct, I would have to have my own way to copy and paste the HTML, CSS, and jQuery code into some sort of program. But my question is, what program do I need to run the code?
For the last few months, I have been learning to code, but have no way how to translate that knowledge into the real world.
Finding such a program would overcome a huge hurdle in my path to programming. I don't know what to search to find this program or whatever it might be. I know that for HTML, I can simply write the code in notepad and then open the file up in the browser and it will show..
But more precisely, my question is, how do I tie in HTML, CSS, and jquery (or whatever other combinations I choose) in the real world?