Making money online, from home is every internet users dream. It's a dream because most people think it's easy. It's not. Many people try, most don't make it.
Some people do end up making money but for the time put in, it can be less than minimum wage. Very few make "ok" money and those few you see who've given up the commute to become professional bloggers are akin to the few basketball dreamers that make it to the NBA.
When you first start out creating a website, it can be a bit confusing with all the different things you need to know. One of these is what a domain is. (Note that the term "domain" is short for "domain name" and are both used interchangeably.)
A domain or domain name is the address of the website. The domain of this website is "imlearningjoomla.com". Or kind of... there's a bit more to it.
You may have an idea of what you want for your website in your head but getting it down on paper or digital text can help solidify those thoughts, and remove vague notions that will slow you down. Increase your productivity by making a step by step plan you can follow and tick off as you work your way through it.
What is HTML?
HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language, but still, what is it? HTML is the code you need to write a page of a website and is also the name of the type of file you keep the code in. For example, a Microsoft Word document file is a doc (or docx) file. That is the file extension. An HTML file's extension is HTML. Often the first page you make in a website is called "index.html".