Most of these video are shorter than 5 minutes. Only one is longer than 6 minutes (6:43), and I might try to go back and make that one shorter.
I have tried to title each video very specifically so that you can scan the playlist and pick a focused topic without thinking too hard.
The excellent book series You Don’t Know JS is fully available online to read for free.
These two recently updated Codecademy courses are interactive, hands-on, and really great for beginners:
Start learning HTML and CSS here:
Free interactive exercises at Dash/General Assembly:
Supplement your HTML and CSS learning:
Best first website host for students and faculty:
Your first domain name registration is free.
Look stuff up and get good answers: HTML
Look stuff up and get good answers: CSS
Anything from W3schools — DON’T USE IT!
Do not confuse the bad W3schools with the good, proper W3C —
NOT JAVA! That is a completely different language.
Best book for learners — new edition will be published in February 2018:
Where to write your code
The best code editor is ATOM (Mac and Windows):
NOT DREAMWEAVER — never Dreamweaver!
Play with code interactively here:
Links updated Nov 9, 2017