This is going to be a series of articles that shows you step by step how to build a squeeze page using just HTML and maybe a little CSS. It will be light and fast loading. You will not need WordPress or any expensive WordPress plug-ins. In fact, I am going to show you how to do this using nothing but free tools.
I’m going to use plain English to explain each step. So, you HTML pros, if I use a non technical term to talk about something, it’s on purpose. This tutorial is for the vast majority of people that don’t know anything about HTML. So if I explain something differently than you would, just deal with it and shush! This tutorial is not aimed at you. 🙂
With that out of the way, this tutorial series will not read like a text book. It will be more like me sitting beside you and showing you each step.
Each part of this tutorial will build on the previous parts. So make sure you read it from the beginning and don’t skip around. Also complete each part on your own before moving to the next part. Actually doing each small step will help you to learn and understand what I am showing you.
We will be using HTML5 to build our squeeze page since this is the latest and greatest version of HTML. You can do a lot of fancy stuff with HTML5 but we are going to keep it simple in the beginning. We will get fancy later.
Now let’s get on with the show!