Several websites make up the Mozilla Webmaker project. It is designed to help you experiment, visualize, and hack using web tools that help you understand how the webs works. You can begin at the WebMaker site, then continue on to where you can see through websites with “X-ray Goggles“. You can try your HTML coding skills (without breaking the web) at Thimble, and then try out some of the “Makes” that people have shared to teach you beginner to advanced skills.
The P2PU organization has a Webmaking 101 site to help you make even more sense of this web programming world. An example lesson shows what’s possible.



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