Part II is a continuation from part one before the basics. The video demonstrates how to build a very basic primitive web page. The div, span, hr, and br tags are introduced. Once the tutorial is completed you should be able to replicate the page.
When you display the page on your browser all you will see is the content, it will not look pretty because all that has been accomplished is that the Markup language (HTML) has only described the content to be displayed.
In Part III CSS2 & 3 will be introduced to demonstrate how you can change the appearance of your page, like all the videos you learn by doing.
Each video has the accompanying working files and notes for those who wish to have some theory to what they are doing.
The corresponding files and notes to the video can be found here. You will need an unzipping program like winzip, or 7-zip. You can download 7-zip for free at http://www.7-zip.org/
In the demonstration, I use the opensource text editor brackets here is the link where you can download this editor: http://brackets.io/