What you'll learn:
When we visit websites such as Google, Instagram, and countless others we see an aesthetic user interface.
But how do they work?
Take Google for example, this is the HTML code that makes up the page. The browser, in conjunction with other code, creates the appealing design we see.
Since web design is all about what the users see, a local copy of the code is downloaded by every user viewing the site. As a result, we can change the code around! Fortunately, this won't affect the millions of other users or else the internet as we know it would be terrible!
We will be using codesandbox.io, an online code editor.
The code that developers use is called source code and looks more like this.
It's the literal source code, with formating for readability, that the browser sees and interprets. We are going to write this kind of code to instruct the browser for our purposes.