Welcome to the HTML tutorial. This is hopefully a rather easy tutorial in HTML for the
beginner, although there is information that the more experienced might find useful. It is a very good idea to at least have a general understanding of HTML even if you never plan to build a website. With a little bit of HTML knowledge, you can make anything from motorcycle classifieds to garage sale postings stand out on places like CraigsList by using HTML to make words bold or underlined, increase the font size, include pictures or links or even change the background color!
Click on the Introduction and get started or pick a topic and work from there. Please
remember that I have only put important things in this tutorial, and I have tried to
include the most important things. I hope that you have fun, and that you learn something!
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- Contains information on search engine positioning
- Points not found elsewhere, or not easily available
- Basic Page
- The basic page
- The basic page with headings
- The six headings
- Making comments in HTMl
- Bold Text
- Using Page Colour
- An example of using background colour
- An example page using text colour
- Using Background Images
- Putting in horizontal rules
- Jumping to a new page
- Jumping within a page.
- Inserting Images
- Getting the images aligned
- Jumping to a new page from an image.
- Image Areas
- Listing things using
- menus and
- Controlling the fonts.
- Inserting Tables
- More on Tables!
- Nested Tables
- Example Table with Code.
- Row and Column Spans Example
- Aligning the contents of cells.
- Cell Padding
- Frames Simple - Rows and Columns
- The frames tag
- Dividing Rows in Columns, etc
- The frame page
- Introducing frames
- Frames — the code
- Putting in the rows and columns.
- Dividing the page into columns.
- Example page dividing a page into two rows
- Example page dividing a page into two columns
- Jumping in frames.
- The noframes tag!
- Iframes: Opening a page from one iframe in another.
- Buttons in Forms
- Menus in Forms
- Meta tags.
- Doing it with style!
- How to achieve a meaningful style (Language)
- Search Engine Problems with Images and Tables
- What the search engine sees!
- Making your site navigable
- Language of HTML
- Summary of XHTML
Most Recent Revision: 18-May-2006.
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