At the most basic level you will need to learn HTML and CSS. This will allow you to create static and brochure ware sites. Once you have mastered the basics learning server side languages like ASP and PHP will allow you to create sites that are far more interactive, login areas etc and along with SQL make it possible to deliver dynamic content based on user preferences.
Long term you may want to look at development tools like Microsoft’s SharePoint Collaboration Platform if you really want to break into developing websites and intranets for large public and private sector companies.
You need 3 programs. A text editor, an FTP program, and photoshop.
CSS is very important for layouts. Since most websites connect to a database you will need to learn either PHP or ASP and of course mySQL for use with either of them.
PS to all the other answers. He just told you he already knows HTML... Read the question.
Read this and also the php tutorial on the same page:
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