we’ve all had to learn at some point or another.
Essentially, you need to decide if you want to run whatever code you write locally or online. There are benefits and drawbacks to both. Think of it the same we you can write a Word document in your computer, or use something like Google Drive to create a document online.
So if you want it in your computer, any text editor (sounds like you downloaded Sublime?) will help you do that. Write your your html and when you save it, make sure it has the correct extension, like
index.html. Same thing if you write a
.css file. Then you can either double click your file and your browser will open it, or right click it and do
open with and open it that way.
If you go to a site like repl.it, you will see something like this:
You can sign up and get a user if you plan on using it often, or you can simply click “start coding” and be on your way:
Select HTML, CSS, JS, create repl, and it will send you to the coding environment, that looks like this:
And they even create HTML, CSS, and JS files to save you some time!.
Hope that helps!