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HTML TUTORIALS for BEGINNERS : Lessons for Learning the Basics of HTML Website Design, including how to add links, images, web copy), background colors, using FTP to Upload, etc.

About Colors in HTML - You probably see a lot of things in HTML documents that look like random sets of characters and numbers. These items such as #FF0FF0 and #E1A0BB when used with COLOR and BGCOLOR tell the browser what color to display your text or background in. It is not my point to bore you with hexadecimal math,...

Advanced CSS (linking to an external style sheet) - The advanced way, and the easiest way to do CSS is to link to an external style sheet. Here I will sow you how. If you are new to CSS, I reccommend reading the basic CSS tutorial first, if you haven't already. First, open up notepad and put all your styles in. One of the great things about exte....

About the Color Table - You use these color codes to change the background color, the full page text color, blocks of text, links, active links and visited links. All of these except for changing blocks or portions of text, are done as BODY attributes. For example, ….

Advanced Table Commands - This tutorial explains how to re-size the cells, rows, and columns allowing them to span as far as you want, across as many cells as you want.

Basic HTML Tags - The most important tags in HTML are tags that define headings, paragraphs and line breaks.

Basic CSS - CSS stands for cascading style sheets, and can be used for many things. Below is the basic style sheet. It changes the link properties and the scrollbar st…

Basic Page Layout - A very basic tutorial briefly explaining the main and vital elements of a standard HTML web page.

The Basic HTML Page - This tutorial is aimed at a starting user, explaining the bare bones of what makes a HTML page.

Beginners HTML Tutorial - This tutorial teaches all the basics of HTML. This tutorial covers things like: What HTML is used for, how HTML is written, changing the attributes of text and much more. After reading this tutorial, you will be on your way to creating great web sites.


Building your first web page with HTML - In this 'hands-on' module we will be building our first web page in no time. We just need to quickly cover a couple of points beforehand to help get our feet on the ground.

Basic HTML - Basic HTML stucture looks similar to this: Place your page's main content in between and (text, images, links, etc...) Place things like CSS, meta tags, and titles in between and....

Basic links - Learn how to create a link with HTML

Beginner Tables - Tables are an essential piece for creating a professional layout. HavenFX uses many tables to organize and display data, even though the tables probably are not visible. Here you will learn the basic tags used in creating tables.

Beginners Guide To CSS - Cascading Style Sheets standards have been around for a long time, but many site owners are still a little scared by the term. It really isn't all that complex.

Cascading Style Sheets Tutorial - Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) standards were originally introduced in 1996, but like so many technologies introduced by the W3C, the way the information was presented confused many non-geeks. Consequently, even 8 years later, many webmasters still haven't taken advantage of this *huge* time-saving t....

Creating CSS in Dreamweaver MX 2004 - I hope you know the advantages of using CSS instead of tags for your texts andeven for your overall website designs. In this tutorial I will discuss how to create CSS tags in Dreamweaver and apply them to texts. There are two types of CSS creation, one is to create inside the html page ...

Creating HTML Borders of Any Type (Exclusive Tutorial) - Learn how to make border of any type and complexity with the help of HTML and pictures.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); Learning More - This article will show you how to embed a style sheet directly into your web page. It will also show you how to define custom styles, styles not associated with any particular HTML tags.

Chat Room on your Site - Real-time chat with people all over the world -- right from your own site.

Colorize your Tables - Use this tutorial to change the background color of your Netscape-based tables.

Colored Scrollbars - Ever wonder how to create those cool colored scrollbars? They are very easy. I'll show you the code first and explain it all.

Create An Automatic Redirection Page - Many novice webmasters launch their websites without having their own domain name or a commercial web host. Instead, they rely on free hosts, using a sub-domain (such as: yoursite.freehost.com or www.freehost.com/yoursite) as their website's URL. However, as the number of visitors grows …

Create A Bookmarking/favorites Script - With so many sites on the web, it's challenging to gain the attention of visitors for more than 60 seconds - and even more challenging to get them to return.

CSS Basic, CSS Codes - These are just some CSS codes that I picked up somewhere or other over the internet, I didn't make them, I am just showing you them so you can use them :) Hope you find what you need!

 

CSS - Cascading Style Sheet - CSS is a simple file which controls the visual appearance of a Web page without compromising its structure. Using CSS we can control our font size, font color, link color and many other attributes on our web page. This will make our HTML code much more readable and the page size will be reduced.

CSS Primer - A more in-depth explanation of cascading style sheets, than the two part introduction above. The primer goes into more depth, covering how to add the different forms of adding CSS to your web pages.

CSS Syntax - Syntax rules for Cascading Style Sheets. Explaining the basic syntax rules, Class selectors, ID selectors, Contextual selectors, Grouping, Inheritance, Comments, Pseudo-classes and Pseudo-elements, Anchor pseudo-classes, the rules origins and calculating specificity.

Customize Your Textarea Boxes
Spice up your TEXTAREA boxes, using nothing but STYLE tags to give a totally new and flashy look to TEXTAREA boxes.

Custom Link Colors - Standard link colors are boring and frequently do not match the color scheme of your website. Pseduo-classes, which add different effects to some selectors, can change the link colors to match your site.

Define a New Site in Dreamweaver - The first step in building your website is Defining Your Site. There are several Categories in the Site Definition window; we will focus our attention on the Local Info and the Remote Info. This is key since we will be …

Different Types of Style Sheets
How and where to use the different types of style sheets. External, Embedded, Inline and imported style sheets.

The Dreamweaver Template - A tutorial on using Templates in Dreamweaver - What is a Template? A template is a common structure of the web site that most of your web pages use. Usually web sites follow a standard structure, for e.g…..

Dynamic Pages - This tutorial explains how to make HTML pages change by themselves and how to make sounds play when someone stops by.

Embedded Sound - You can have sounds on your page using .au, .wav, or midi formats. I'll show you how to either embed the sounds or call them up through helper applications.

Expanding Table - This is a very helpful tutorial, it will make your tables expand as you add content to them. 1. Start off by making our actual table in graphic version. This is a very simple table just to get you into the swing of things…

First Letter - Styles can be added to the first letter of a paragraph of text much like you would find in magazines. To do this, Pseudo-elements, which add different effects to some selectors, or to a part of some selectors, are used.

Fixed Background - This short tutorial will show you how use a fixed background image. With a fixed background, the background image doesn't move as the page is scrolled.

Forms - Forms are very useful and are used for visitor feedback, guestbooks, surveys, ordering, and more. Here is a basic form:

Getting Started - This tutorial can get you from upto speed in less then half an hour with your first HTML page! No complex terms, just the basics. If you've ever wanted a webpage but never known where to start, this is for you!

Get rid of the .html in your URL - Learn to use directories to eliminate the .html suffix.

Hexadecimal Color Notation On The Web - When designing elements for your webpage, you will often be called upon to specify a color. For example, the code for a span shown below specifies that the color of the text within the span will be yellow.

HTML Backgrounds - A good background can make a Web site look really great.

HTML Colors - Colors are displayed combining RED, GREEN, and BLUE light sources.

HTML Color Values
Colors are displayed combining RED, GREEN, and BLUE light sources.

HTML Color Names
On this page you will find a table of color names that are supported by most browsers.

HTML Character Entities - Some characters like the < character, have a special meaning in HTML, and therefore cannot be used in the text.

HTML Elements
HTML documents are text files made up of HTML elements. HTML elements are defined using HTML tags.

HTML Headings - Learn the different headings of HMTL.

Introduction to the fundamentals of Dreamweaver - What you will learn in this lesson: 1. What is Dreamweaver? 2. The basic layout 3. The Objects Palette 4. The Launcher palette 5. The Properties Inspector overview 6. A basic .....

Horizontal lines - Horizontal lines are very useful separating your page to different sections, to add a simple horizontal line just type , and you will get this:

Expanding Content Box - Begin with a new file, with #666666 as your background color, the size is up to you to decide. ( I choose 300x300 for this tutorial. ) Now create a new layer in the layers palette, and then take the Rounded Rectangle Tool and draw out a shape similar to the one below...

How to Add a Soundfile in Your HTML File With the Sound Embed Tag - You can add your own background music to your HTML page by adding the sound embed tag to it. The EMBED tag is the most common way of adding sound to a Web page. The sound embed tag is supported by both browsers, and PC and Mac platforms…

How to put a picture underneath the SWF file - How to put an SWF file on top of a picture directly in your html page. Adding a picture underneath your Flash animations requires a bit of hand coding. You can do this in the html editing mode of your html editor…

How to insert an SWF file into an HTML page in Notepad - Adding a custom-made Flash animation created with Mix-FX into HTML editors like Frontpage or Dreamweaver is easy. However, if you do all the coding by hand in Notepad, or your HTML editor does not have a standard Insert Flash option, things can become a bit more complicated...

How Do They Do That? Scrollbar Colors - Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) you can easily change the coloring of your browser scroll bars. Why would you want to do this? Well it further customizes your site and gives the visitor a sense of uniformity within the site. But all in all, it is a preference, some designers like it, some don' t....

Hex Chart - When adding a color to your webpage with HTML, sometimes you can just type in the name of the color. But more often than not, you'll need to use what's called the hex code, which is something that the browser will be able to understand. Choose a color from the list below and look to its left.....

HTML Basics - Welcome, this tutorial will hopefully teach you the basic necessities for making your very own webpage. Now contrary to what people tell you, html (Hypertext Markup Language) is not a programming language, its simply instructions telling the browser what to do...

HTML Basics - HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the most widely used internet language today. It is in all website from the start to the end of the internet. The basic syntax of html consists of tags. More specificaly, a beginning tag and an ending tag. Here is an example of this concept:...

HTML Basics - Okay everyone, I'm going to teach you the basics of what you need to know about HTML. HTML stands for HyperText Mark-up Language, and you can see by that little text bit there how it gets the abbreviation. Now, lets get stuck into it…

HTML Basics - What is HTML? HTML, Hypertext Mark-up Language, is the language of the World Wide Web. In essence, it is the language which is used to create pages for the world to view. Technically, HTML isn't a language, it's just plain English. (You will see what I mean by this later on.) If you truly want .......

HTML Forms and Input - HTML Forms are used to select different kinds of user input.

HTML Frames - With frames, you can display more than one Web page in the same browser window.

HTML from the bottom (basics) - The very basics of HTML and using a text editor to author your HTML files.

HEAD Commands - What do those HEAD commands do anyway?

HTML Images
With HTML you can display images in a document.

HTML Links
HTML uses a hyperlink to link to another document on the Web.

HTML Text Formatting - HTML defines a lot of elements for formatting output, like bold or italic text.

Text Commands - This tutorial gives you a list, with examples, of all those fun little things you can do to text.

HTML Tables - With HTML you can create tables.

HTML Fundamentals: Logical vs. Inline tags - The differences between logical and physical tags is one of the fundamental concepts in HTML that when understood, can have a huge impact on a web designers way of doing things.

HTML ASCII Characters - This tutorial shows how to create some cool looking characters for use on your website and elsewhere.

HTML Calendar - Learn how to use Table commands to create a calendar to place on your page.

HTML Cheat Sheet - This HTML Reference guide shows you all of the tags and their syntax. A must for anyone who is learning HTML.

HTML Tutorial - This HTML tutorial describes HTML structure and all elements including tables, lists, paragraphs, anchors, forms, applets, with examples and more. Explains CSS and XML.

HTML Declaration - Learn all about the use of HTML declaration statements and whether you need one or not.

Iframes Basics - I'll show you this lovely little trinket called IFrames. It enables users to load a whole new page - html, php, etc. - within or embedded in an already opened page.

Iframes - IFrames are different from regular frames, because unlike regular frames, IFrames can be positioned anywhere on the page, and can be any size. Example: Now copy thise code, and paste it somewhere on your page.

Image borders - Do you want a border around your image? Copy the code below. You can change the HEX code (#000000) to whatever colour you want. If you wanted a white border, you could change it to #FFFFFF. You can also change the width of the border, by changing 1px to 2px, 3px, and so on.

Image Map Tutorial - There are in fact two major types of Image Maps: Server Side: This is the older method of doing image maps. The reason for finding out what type of server you are on is so you know what format to make your map files in. Client Side: These maps are implemented by placing the map coordinates in ...

Images & Other Pretty Things - The IMG tag is used to present graphical images on your pages. In the example above, the HEIGHT and WIDTH attributes are shown, even though they are not mandatory. Despite the fact they are optional, consider them to be mandatory. If you do not use them, the browser will have to load and size all ...

Image Maps - Image maps create clickable regions in an image. This is very helpful for a navigation bar. This method is an alternative to slicing up the image into many parts. If you don't want to use Javascript in order to have image rollovers, then image maps is the best route to go.

Images - Adding Images Placing images on your site is very easy. Use the following code

Images (Pictures, Graphics, Icons, Clipart, etc.) - It is the ability of the internet to also provide images that makes it so very popular. Images are also called pictures, graphics, icons, clip art, etc. Browse the web and you will see all kinds of images. The chain at the top of this lesson was placed there as an image.

Introduction to Tables - This is an introduction to placing Tables on your Web pages. If you're starting to use tables, start here.

Introducing HTML - In browsing through the World Wide Web (WWW), if you see something you like, you can go immediately to it. There is no set order to do things in. Hyper is the opposite of "linear". Linear means that there is a certain order you must follow such as "you must do this before you can do that". Programming languages such as BASIC and FORTRAN are linear. HTML does not hold to that and allows you to jump to any page on the WWW and at any time. Thus the word HYPER refers to the idea that the text in HTML is not linear.

Indents and Lists
Use HTML to present information in strong bullet lists. I'll show you many different ways to arrange data so your viewers can use what you offer more quickly.

Inline Frames - Floating or inline frames enables a full page to be added inside another. Unlike PHP and SHTML, inline frames use a .html file as the embeded file and includes a scrollbar. However inline frames aren't supported by every browser. Netscape 4.x and Opera 5 for Macintosh don't support inline frames. ...

 

Indenting and Creating Spaces with and Creating Lists - Notice that I indented the beginning of this paragraph. Remember that your browser normally prints text left justified and only leaves one space between words and sentences. To force extra spaces or simply to indent a line, use the following command. It works.

Introducing Tables - Tables allow viewers to find what they need quickly and easily. Tables are part of HTML 3.2 specifications and most of the popular browsers now support them. This lesson is for those of you who want to incorporate a table into a web page and we will begin with a basic table and progress from there. Lesson Twelve continues the study of tables with a look at some of the more advanced features of table design.

Index of HTML 2.0 and HTML 3.2 Tags - The World Wide Web Consortium, known as W3C, was founded in 1994 to develop common protocols for the evolution of the World Wide Web. The W3C is an international industry consortium made up of Key Industry Players, Content Specialists and Experts and is jointly hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Laboratory for Computer Science (MIT/LCS) in the United States; the Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA) in Europe; and the Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus in Asia. Membership is open to any organization that signs a membership agreement (W3C cannot take individual memberships).

Introducing Frames and Frames in Rows
Frames will be easier to understand if you understand how HTML TABLES work. I will assume that you have read or know the material in Lessons 11 and 12 on tables. On this browser screen, the frames are set up like a table with two rows as in

Introducing Animations - An animated gif is a multiple-image GIF file. An animated gif is a series of GIF images placed one after the other in an infinite loop giving the appearance of fluid motion. This is somewhat similar to a flip book of pictures in which flipping the pages quickly makes the little pictures appear to move. What you really have is a bunch of still pictures moving by quickly and your eyes see it as movement. You can set the speed of movement of your animated gif image, however, the speed at which the image actually moves can vary from browser to browser.

Introducing Forums
One of the most powerful parts of a web page is the form. A form allows you to gather information from a visitor or customer for immediate or for later use. The person fills in the form and then SUBMITS the information (which is also called the form data) to your server.

Image Maps - Until Netscape 2.02, Internet Explorer 2.0 and equivalent browsers came along, the only way to use image maps was the "Server Side" method. A Server Side image map means that the server from your Internet Service Provider (ISP) does the work in determining where on the image the visitor clicked and what page to load. A "Client Side" image map means that your visitor's browser (that is, your client's browser) determines where on the image the visitor clicked and what page to load. You can think of a visitor to your website as being the "client".

Basic HTML Tutorial - Introduction to HTML - What is an HTML File? HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. An HTML file is a text file containing small markup tags. The markup tags tell the Web browser how to display the page. An HTML file must have an htm or html file extension. An HTML file can be created using a simple text editor.

Learning XHTML - Learn to code with XHTML, W3's next generation markup language combining the best of XML and HTML.

Line Height - With CSS, the height of a text line can be changed using the line-height property. Start off by placing the following code in the head section of you page.(between and )

Line Breaks And Horizontal Lines - This tutorial is a look at line breaks and horizontal lines using HTML.

Links (HREF) - This tutorial is aimed at the basic learner of HTML, and teaches how to link your pages together

Links in New Browser Window - When someone clicks on a link, an entire new browser window pops up.

Links - Placing links on your site to other sites or files is extremely easy.

Links - Notice at the top of this page I offer the choice of either reading this lesson in its entirety or choosing a topic and going directly to that topic. If you were to print out this lesson, it would take approximately 11 sheets of letter size paper. On a browser screen, it can take some time scrolling to find a specific section or topic. Many viewers do not want to waste a lot of time searching and so offering page jumps will make this process easier. So with Page Jumps, you have the option of jumping to different sections or topics without having to search through the entire web page for the topic.

Linking Things Together - Learn everything about links.

Making Tables - This tutorial will show you how to make tables. First off, to make a simple one row (horizontal) and one column (vertical) table within the body tag (as you should know), this is how:…

Making Lists - Learn everything about lists.

Marquees - In this tutorial you will learn how to make the text move with the help of marquees.

Meta-Tags Tutorial - This tutorial shows you how to include meta-tags in your websites. Some people wonder exactly what meta-tags are for, well if you include them in your website it's easier for search engines to pick your site up.…

In Depth - Meta Tags are the best and really only way to get noticed by search engines, unfortunatly most sites dont use Meta Tags correctly. This tutorial will describe all the meta tags, what they mean and how to use them.

Make an Active Channel - Make a link directly from you to your viewers -- set up an active channel.

The Meta Tag Elements - Learn how to use meta tag elements on your website.

Meta Commands - Meta commands don't add anything visually to your page, but they help a great deal when you submit your pages to search engines.

Music
In this tutorial you will learn how to put background music on your site.

Navigation Tricks - This is the a method that we prefer to use, typically we will use this on all of our pages in one form or another. I feel that it is superior to image maps and JAVA for a few reasons: Low maintainence. Everybody pretty much can figure out what they mean. By using the ALT description- it works ...

Nesting Tables - This is a quick tutorial about putting one inside the other.

No Borders or Margins - The code in this tutorial will allow you to create pages that butt right up against the sides of the browser window.

Newspaper Columns - Here's a nice short one that tells you how to arrange large blocks of text into newspaper columns.

Page Jumps - With this tutorial you can learn how to offer links inside the same page. Your viewer can jump right to the part of the page he/she wants.

Page Structure & Description Tags - The very first line of your HTML document should be: The last line of your document should be: It is very important that you do not place one of these tags anyplace else in your documents as they…

Pixelated links - Do you want links that have a cool pixel effect on mouseover? Copy the code below into the of your document. You can change the colours to whatever you want.

Password Protected pages - This is cool. You will be shown how to set up a directory that will only let in those who know the password.

Putting Images On Your Web Site - Once upon a time, in the dark ages of the Early Internet, there were no images on the web pages (in fact, this is poetic - no images, on the web pages). There were just links. Hyperlinks, hyperlinks everywhere, and not an image to click. But as the Internet and the browsing technology improve...

RealAudio - Up until now, RealAudio was a format that was difficult to come by because you needed to run it off of a special RealAudio server. Now, with the release of the 3.0 player, it's possible to run RealAudio files off of an HTTP server.

Refresh the Page - Refresh the page for the user, or give him or her a link to do it alone.

Review of Logical and Physical Text Formatting - Until HTML 3.2 came along, web page designers were quite limited in their choices of text formatting. HTML 3.2 allows web page designers (that's you) to change the size, color and typeface of any of the words and letters on the web page (although some of these options were previously available as Netscape extension tags). When these pages are viewed in browsers that support HTML 3.2, they can be quite attractive.

The Remaining Tags - There are still a few tags found in both HTML 2.0 and HTML 3.2 that have not been discussed in any of the previous lessons. Some of these tags are seldom used. However, it would still be good to take some time and learn just what these tags are all about. The first group of tags is part of HTML 2.0 (which also makes it part of HTML 3.2) and the second group of tags is part of HTML 3.2 (and not part of HTML 2.0).

Remove the Underline on links - Want to lose the underline on your links?

Rounded Corners in Tables - What was once square is now round.

Score With Cascading Style Sheets! - CSS is an exciting feature of HTML that gives Web-site developers more control over how they want their pages displayed by specifying how each element should appear in a style sheet. Prior to the advent of CSS, the layouts of HTML documents were left up to the browsers, whilst HTML tags merely serve...


Searchable Database - Learn how to search Yahoo, Webcrawler, or any other search engine right from your own page. Plus get the facts about setting up your very own searchable database.

Script tags in HTML - In this tutorial you will learn the meaning of the tags related to scripts in HTML.

Setting Your Tables - The TABLE tag is used to create presentation tables (like spreadsheets), but is more commonly used as a way of controlling the placement of text and images on web pages…

Setup your own FTP Directory - Many people have asked me how to set up an FTP directory. The only true way is to set up a separate section of the server and give it its own IP number. Most people don't have that ability. This tutorial gives you the methods of creating a pretty fair copy of an FTP directory using only HTML commands.

So, You Want To Align Text - Here you'll learn the basics about wrapping text around images and justifying to one side or the other. It's a good page creation primer.

Style Sheets Shorthand - How to reduce the amount of code you need to write the achieve the same results from you cascading style sheet. The less code you have on your page, the quicker the page will load.

Spanning Columns and Rows - This lesson assumes that you understand the basic tables presented in Lesson Eleven and are now ready to take a look at some more advanced table features.

Style Inheritance - Helps you get your head around inheritance in the world of cascading style sheets. As in any other family, children of the CSS family can inherit from their parents as well, e.g. color or size.

Style Sheets Introduction - There are numerous Web sites that make use of CSS technology. Here you'll find a step-by-step guide to CSS, and how you can use it to your advantage.

Table Stroke without CSS - All this is is nesting tables inside each other. Step 1. This is super simple. First make a table with one row and one column. Make sure that cellpadding="1" and cellspacing="0". Now make the table bgcolor="white". Example: Table Stroke without CSS Step 2. Now in the only table...

Table Tips 'n' Tricks - Learn how to use HTML tables creatively to design attractive and fast loading web pages.

Tags That Affect The Appearance of Your Text
Just how should you design your web pages? Well, you should not design your pages only for appearance. You also need to design your pages for content. For example, you could add color to certain portions of text or you can highlight certain words with color to make them stand out.

Transparent Images - Often an image will look better with a transparent background. A transparent background simply means that you cannot see the background color of the image in your browser. There is a background color but it isn't visible on the web page. In actual fact, the background color of the web page (no matter what color it is) simply replaces the background color of the image.

Tables - Tables are very easy to use and will make your site look more appealing to the eye, while organizing your site's content. Almost every site uses tables in some form.

Tags & Structure - What are Tags? Tags are basically commands. For example, if you want to place a text sentence, you'd place a tag at the beginning and end of your sentence. This applies for everything in HTML.

Text & Color - Text You could leave text unformatted, but it looks bad. In order to use different fonts and sizes, follow the code below. I recommend that you place more then one font, seperated by commas, as shown below….

Textarea Background Images - A simple bit of code for adding images to the background of TEXTAREA boxes. Simple to change the images, and the colour of the type shown.

Transparent Iframes - If you don't already have a bsic knowledge of IFrames, click here. OK, let's get started! To make the backgrounds on your IFrames transparent, copy the code below.Edit all of the numbers. The width and height determine how big your IFrame will be. The top and left numbers determine where the IFram.....


Tricks Using Lists - The easiest way to do it is with the unordered list tags. This involves opening the list with, surrounding each member line with the and tags, and finishing the list with the tag.

Tricks using Tables
"I need to have two tables sit side by side, but no matter what I do, they end up stacked. What gives?"

A Tutorial on text - Ever seen text that is underlined or bold or italic or different colours? well I will show you how to acheive that in this little section. To get the different types of text, you need to use our good friend tags again. So,…

Using Tabs - There is no command in HTML that allows you to set tabs. Well, this tutorial will show you a pretty simple method of putting your text to tabs using HTML and JavaScript together.

Use different Fonts - Don't just use different colors, use different fonts!

Ways of Enhancing the HR Tag - Make your pages load quicker, and more cross browser compatible by using CSS to define your HR tags. Control there color, size weight, possition and more.

Webrings - Learn how to make your own or attach to one that's already on line.

The wonderful world of fonts and text - Want to add an extra "zing" to your website? the easiest way is with fonts and text! this tut teaches you all about text and how to change it!

Understanding The Basic Tags - HTML works in a very straightforward manner. You type in your text and your tags. To get large print, centered text, bold text, text in italics, indented sentences, colored text, etc., is nothing more than inserting tags around your text. These tags are more accurately called ELEMENTS and you should think of these elements as describing the meaning of the text they contain, rather than how the enclosed text should be displayed.

Using an Image as a Link - When you want to turn something into a link, whether it be an image or whether it be a word, phrase or sentence, you need the HREF attribute which basically says "this web page is where we are linking to" when someone clicks on the image or words.

Understanding Colors - The browser default background color for many browsers is gray with black text. As you may have noticed in all of my lessons, I changed this gray background to a white background. I like a white background with black letters. This makes for easier reading as it gives the greatest contrast. Generally when you read a book, the pages are not gray but white. Magazines make great use of color. Often you see headings emphasized in color (my headings in this lesson are in a maroon color) and advertisers use color to attract attention to their ads.

Using Blockquotes - You can use blockquotes to set off a section of your text, like a quotation by a famous author, from the surrounding text.

Using Links - An introduction to linking pages together. We will show you many ways including targeting and mouseover styles.

Your first site - This is a basic tutorial explaining how to create links between all the pages you create. It gives a quick idea of how to set up your own site.

Different Types of Style Sheets
How and where to use the different types of style sheets. External, Embedded, Inline and imported style sheets.

Style Sheets Shorthand
How to reduce the amount of code you need to write the achieve the same results from you cascading style sheet. The less code you have on your page, the quicker the page will load.

Style Inheritance
Helps you get your head around inheritance in the world of cascading style sheets. As in any other family, children of the CSS family can inherit from their parents as well, e.g. color or size.

Customize Your Textarea Boxes
Spice up your TEXTAREA boxes, using nothing but STYLE tags to give a totally new and flashy look to TEXTAREA boxes.

Textarea Background Images
A simple bit of code for adding images to the background of TEXTAREA boxes. Simple to change the images, and the color of the type shown.

Ways of Enhancing the HR Tag
Make your pages load quicker, and more cross browser compatible by using CSS to define your HR tags. Control there color, size weight, position and more.

Expanding Content Box
Begin with a new file, with #666666 as your background color, the size is up to you to decide. ( I choose 300x300 for this tutorial. ) Now create a new layer in the layers palette, and then take the Rounded Rectangle Tool …

Style Sheets Introduction
There are numerous Web sites that make use of CSS technology. Here you'll find a step-by-step guide to CSS, and how you can use it to your advantage.

CSS Primer
A more in-depth explanation of cascading style sheets, than the two part introduction above. The primer goes into more depth, covering how to add the different forms of adding CSS to your web pages.

CSS Syntax
Syntax rules for Cascading Style Sheets. Explaining the basic syntax rules, Class selectors, ID selectors, Contextual selectors, Grouping, Inheritance, Comments, Pseudo-classes and Pseudo-elements, Anchor pseudo-classes, the rules origins and calculating …

How to Add a Soundfile in Your HTML File With the Sound Embed Tag
You can add your own background music to your HTML page by adding the sound embed tag to it. The EMBED tag is the most common way of adding sound to a Web page. The sound embed tag is supported by both browsers, and PC and Mac platforms…

How to put a picture underneath the SWF file
How to put an SWF file on top of a picture directly in your html page. Adding a picture underneath your Flash animations requires a bit of hand coding. You can do this in the html editing mode of your html editor…

How to insert an SWF file into an HTML page in Notepad
Adding a custom-made Flash animation created with Mix-FX into HTML editors like Frontpage or Dreamweaver is easy. However, if you do all the coding by hand in Notepad, or your HTML editor does not have a standard Insert Flash option …

Iframes Basics
I'll show you this lovely little trinket called IFrames. It enables users to load a whole new page - html, php, etc. - within or embedded in an already opened page.

Making Tables
This tutorial will show you how to make tables. First off, to make a simple one row (horizontal) and one column (vertical) table within the body tag (as you should know), this is how:…

HTML Basics
Welcome, this tutorial will hopefully teach you the basic necessities for making your very own webpage. Now contrary to what people tell you, html (Hypertext Markup Language) is not a programming language…

Table Stroke without CSS
All this is is nesting tables inside each other. Step 1. This is super simple. First make a table with one row and one column. Make sure that cellpadding="1" and cellspacing="0". Now make the table bgcolor="white". Example: Table Stroke without CSS Step 2

HTML Basics
HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) is the most widely used internet language today. It is in all website from the start to the end of the internet. The basic syntax of html consists of tags. More specificaly, a beginning tag and an ending tag.

Beginner Tables
Tables are an essential piece for creating a professional layout. HavenFX uses many tables to organize and display data, even though the tables probably are not visible. Here you will learn the basic tags used in creating tables.

Expanding Table
This is a very helpful tutorial, it will make your tables expand as you add content to them. 1. Start off by making our actual table in graphic version. This is a very simple table just to get you into the swing of things…

Creating HTML Borders of Any Type (Exclusive Tutorial)
Learn how to make border of any type and complexity with the help of HTML and pictures.

Cascading Style Sheets (CSS); Learning More
This article will show you how to embed a style sheet directly into your web page. It will also show you how to define custom styles, styles not associated with any particular HTML tags.

Create An Automatic Redirection Page
Many novice webmasters launch their websites without having their own domain name or a commercial web host. Instead, they rely on free hosts, using a sub-domain (such as: yoursite.freehost.com or www.freehost.com/yoursite) as their website's URL.

Tricks Using Lists
The easiest way to do it is with the unordered list tags. This involves opening the list with, surrounding each member line with the and tags, and finishing the list with the tag.

Tricks using Tables
"I need to have two tables sit side by side, but no matter what I do, they end up stacked. What gives?"

Page Structure & Description Tags
The very first line of your HTML document should be: The last line of your document should be: It is very important that you do not place one of these tags anyplace else in your documents as they…

Images & Other Pretty Things
The IMG tag is used to present graphical images on your pages. In the example above, the HEIGHT and WIDTH attributes are shown, even though they are not mandatory. Despite the fact they are optional, consider them to be mandatory. If you do not use them,

Making Lists
Learn everything about lists.

Linking Things Together
Learn everything about links.

Setting Your Tables
The TABLE tag is used to create presentation tables (like spreadsheets), but is more commonly used as a way of controlling the placement of text and images on web pages…

About Colors in HTML
You probably see a lot of things in HTML documents that look like random sets of characters and numbers. These items such as #FF0FF0 and #E1A0BB when used with COLOR and BGCOLOR tell the browser what color to display your text or background in.

Image Map Tutorial
There are in fact two major types of Image Maps: Server Side: This is the older method of doing image maps. The reason for finding out what type of server you are on is so you know what format to make your map files in.

Navigation Tricks
This is the a method that we prefer to use, typically we will use this on all of our pages in one form or another. I feel that it is superior to image maps and JAVA for a few reasons: Low maintainence. Everybody pretty much can figure out what they mean.

How Do They Do That? Scrollbar Colors
Using Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) you can easily change the coloring of your browser scroll bars. Why would you want to do this? Well it further customizes your site and gives the visitor a sense of uniformity within the site.

Putting Images On Your Web Site
Once upon a time, in the dark ages of the Early Internet, there were no images on the web pages (in fact, this is poetic - no images, on the web pages). There were just links. Hyperlinks, hyperlinks everywhere, and not an image to click.

Score With Cascading Style Sheets!
CSS is an exciting feature of HTML that gives Web-site developers more control over how they want their pages displayed by specifying how each element should appear in a style sheet.

Create A Bookmarking/favorites Script
With so many sites on the web, it's challenging to gain the attention of visitors for more than 60 seconds - and even more challenging to get them to return.

Cascading Style Sheet
CSS is a simple file which controls the visual appearance of a Web page without compromising its structure. Using CSS we can control our font size, font color, link color and many other attributes on our web page.

Hexadecimal Color Notation On The Web
When designing elements for your webpage, you will often be called upon to specify a color. For example, the code for a span shown below specifies that the color of the text within the span will be yellow.

Beginners Guide To CSS
Cascading Style Sheets standards have been around for a long time, but many site owners are still a little scared by the term.

First Letter
Styles can be added to the first letter of a paragraph of text much like you would find in magazines. To do this, Pseudo-elements, which add different effects to some selectors, or to a part of some selectors, are used.

Colored Scrollbars
Ever wonder how to create those cool colored scrollbars? They are very easy. I'll show you the code first and explain it all.

Custom Link Colors
Standard link colors are boring and frequently do not match the color scheme of your website. Pseudo-classes, which add different effects to some selectors, can change the link colors to match your site.

Fixed Background
This short tutorial will show you how use a fixed background image. With a fixed background, the background image doesn't move as the page is scrolled.

Line Height
With CSS, the height of a text line can be changed using the line-height property. Start off by placing the following code in the head section of you page.(between and )

Hex Chart
When adding a color to your webpage with HTML, sometimes you can just type in the name of the color. But more often than not, you'll need to use what's called the hex code, which is something that the browser will be able to understand.

Image Maps
Image maps create clickable regions in an image. This is very helpful for a navigation bar. This method is an alternative to slicing up the image into many parts.

Links
Placing links on your site to other sites or files is extremely easy.

Forms
Forms are very useful and are used for visitor feedback, guestbooks, surveys, ordering, and more.

Tables
Tables are very easy to use and will make your site look more appealing to the eye, while organizing your site's content. Almost every site uses tables in some form.

Inline Frames
Floating or inline frames enables a full page to be added inside another. Unlike PHP and SHTML, inline frames use a .html file as the embeded file and includes a scrollbar. However inline frames aren't supported by every browser.

HTML Basics
What is HTML? HTML, Hypertext Mark-up Language, is the language of the World Wide Web. In essence, it is the language which is used to create pages for the world to view.

Tags & Structure
What are Tags? Tags are basically commands. For example, if you want to place a text sentence, you'd place a tag at the beginning and end of your sentence. This applies for everything in HTML.

Text & Color
Text You could leave text unformatted, but it looks bad. In order to use different fonts and sizes, follow the code below. font face="Verdana" size="1" I recommend that you place more then one font, seperated by commas, as shown below. With this, if the

A Tutorial on text
Ever seen text that is underlined or bold or italic or different colours? well I will show you how to acheive that in this little section. To get the different types of text, you need to use our good friend tags again. So,…

Advanced CSS (linking to an external style sheet)
The advanced way, and the easiest way to do CSS is to link to an external style sheet. Here I will sow you how. If you are new to CSS, I reccommend reading the basic CSS tutorial first, if you haven't already. First, open up notepad and put all your style

CSS Basic, CSS Codes
These are just some CSS codes that I picked up somewhere or other over the internet, I didn't make them, I am just showing you them so you can use them :) Hope you find what you need!

Introduction to the fundamentals of Dreamweaver
What you will learn in this lesson: 1. What is Dreamweaver? 2. The basic layout 3. The Objects Palette 4. The Launcher palette 5. The Properties Inspector overview 6. A basic .....

Horizontal lines
Horizontal lines are very useful separating your page to different sections, to add a simple horizontal line just type, and you will get this:

Script tags in HTML
In this tutorial you will learn the meaning of the tags related to scripts in HTML.

Music
In this tutorial you will learn how to put background music on your site.

Basic CSS
CSS stands for cascading style sheets, and can be used for many things. Below is the basic style sheet. It changes the link properties and the scrollbar st…

Basic HTML
Basic HTML stucture looks similar to this:Place your page's main content in between and (text, images, links, etc...) Place things like CSS, meta tags, and titles in between and....

Basic links
Learn how to create a link with HTML

HTML Basics
Okay everyone, I'm going to teach you the basics of what you need to know about HTML. HTML stands for HyperText Mark-up Language, and you can see by that little text bit there how it gets the abbreviation. Now, lets get stuck into it…

Cascading Style Sheets Tutorial
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) standards were originally introduced in 1996, but like so many technologies introduced by the W3C, the way the information was presented confused many non-geeks.

Creating CSS in Dreamweaver MX 2004
I hope you know the advantages of using CSS instead of tags for your texts andeven for your overall website designs. In this tutorial I will discuss how to create CSS tags in Dreamweaver and apply them to texts.

Define a New Site in Dreamweaver
The first step in building your website is Defining Your Site. There are several Categories in the Site Definition window; we will focus our attention on the Local Info and the Remote Info.

A tutorial on using Templates in Dreamweaver
What is a Template? A template is a common structure of the web site that most of your web pages use.

Dreamweaver 4 Flash Buttons
Dreamweaver comes with a great feature enabling you to create Flash buttons for your Web page, and you can use it even if you don't know the first thing about Flash! In this tutorial we will take a look at using Flash buttons from Dreamweaver's built in l …

Dreamweaver Form Tips
Customize the background color, input font and color for text boxes The first step is to create a style with the background color and font that you'd like for the text box. Open the Style window by clicking on Window …

Targeting in Frames
Targeting in Frames Quick Reference: target=_selfThis will load the page in the same frame as the caller. target=_parentThis causes the page to load in the same frameset as the caller taking the place of any sub frames. target=_topThis loads the resulting …

Marquees
In this tutorial you will learn how to make the text move with the help of marquees.

Meta-Tags Tutorial
This tutorial shows you how to include meta-tags in your websites. Some people wonder exactly what meta-tags are for, well if you include them in your website it's easier for search engines to pick your site up.

Pixelated links
Do you want links that have a cool pixel effect on mouseover? Copy the code below into the of your document. You can change the colours to whatever you want.

Iframes
IFrames are different from regular frames, because unlike regular frames, IFrames can be positioned anywhere on the page, and can be any size. Example: Now copy thise code, and paste it somewhere on your page.

Image borders
Do you want a border around your image? Copy the code below. You can change the HEX code (#000000) to whatever colour you want. If you wanted a white border, you could change it to #FFFFFF. You can also change the width of the border, by changing 1px to 2 …

Transparent Iframes
If you don't already have a bsic knowledge of IFrames, click here. OK, let's get started! To make the backgrounds on your IFrames transparent, copy the code below.Edit all of the numbers. The width and height determine how big your IFrame will be.

The basic HTML page layout
HTML is the core language to almost all webpages. It is also probably one of the most basic web development languages. Thats why in this short tutorial, I will take you through the absolute basics to creating a very simple web page.

Using comments in HTML
The comment tag is used to insert a comment in the HTML source code. A comment will be ignored by the browser. You can use comments to explain your code, which can help you when you edit the source code at a later date.

Headings in HTML
Headings are used to make your pages and text content look much more organised and easier to read.

Introduction to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) tutorial
This is the basic tutorial. Start here. Wouldn't it be great if you could set all the font size and face commands at once? This is how you do it. All your pages read off of one template.

Inline Frames
Learn how to embed a page by using a floating frame…

Image Maps
Learn how to create clickable regions in an image…

Forms
Learn how to receive visitor feedback.

Links
Create a link from your page to any other page on the World Wide Web.

Images
Learn how to receive placing images in site…

Text & Color
Learn how to make your page more exciting by adding text and color.

Flags & Structure
Learn the most basic html tags and proper structure.

Basics
Introduction to html and what you need to get started.

Using Frames
Learn how to create frames in your webpage…

Bold, Italics, Underline
A easy tutorial which will show you how to write in bold, italics and underlined…

Forms: Custom Submit Button
This tutorial will quickly show you how to change the boring old submit button to a custom image.

Form Basics
This tutorial will introduce you to the basics of Forms and show you how to make a simple form that sends information to an email address…

Html Basics
This tutorial will teach you the very basics of HTML. It will cover all the html basics that you will need to start off your very own website!

The Structure of HTML documents
An HTML document consists of text and tags that mark the structure of the document. Elements in an HTML document are delimited by the tags which include …

Introduction to HTML
This is a quick introduction to HTML, with many links to further information. Those links which are for HTML elements lead to pages which have further links, often into the HTML 4.0 Specification, W3C Proposed Recommendation.

Table Basics & Standards
The Table Tag is enclosed in and consists of rows and columns. The columns are vertical and the rows are horizontal…

TABLE Elements
The following commands go inside the TABLE Tag, for example: table border="1". Just reference the TABLE Tag for now, we'll cover Rows and Columns TR and TD later.

Table Row Elements
ALIGN - Controls whether the data inside a row is aligned on the LEFT, RIGHT, or CENTER. Default is LEFT…

Basic HTML Lessons - HTML Beginner's Guide
This HTML Beginner's Guide assumes that you have no previous knowledge of HTML or CSS.

Basic HTML Lessons - HTML Tutorial
Massive tutorial site dedicated to teaching you everything on coding HTML…

HTML basics tutorial
The Basics - A very detailed and complete introduction to coding HTML for beginners...

Your First Webpage
This tutorial will get you all setup and will guide you through the process of making a webpage.

A Beginner's Guide to HTML
HTML Lessons are rated in difficulty by the number of cows beside the title. The more cows there are, the harder the tutorial. If you find any errors with our Lessons do not hesitate to drop us a line so we can fix it up.

Introduction to HTML
What is HTML? What do you need to learn it? What are the advantages of knowing it? This tutorial will answer these questions and more.

Working with text
This tutorial will show you how to change the default font sizes, colors, faces, etc, of your website or page.

Images
Ever wondered how people get images on their WebPages? This tutorial will show you how.

Organizing data with tables
Tables are extremely useful, they make things more organized and easy to read. This tutorial will get you started with tables.

Frames
This tutorial will teach you how to make frames that can make updating your pages easier.

Embedded Music
This tutorial will show you how to have music play on your webpages.

Hyperlinks
Need to make a link to another page or site? How about an email link so your visitors can contact you? Find out how in this tutorial.

Lists
HTML lists can be used for a variety of different things, this tutorial will show you the basics.

Basic Forms
This tutorial will give you a basic overview of forms, it will introduce the basic input fields and attributes…

Hexadecimals
#F0F0F0, #EAEAEA, #6394BD... What do they all mean? This tutorial will shine some light on the subject.

The Basics
It is the most important language to learn, because it is the basis on which most other web design languages are built. This tutorial will take you through step by step.

Embedded style
The continued story of using CSS on your website from the very beginning. Here we will learn how to use style tag.

SELECT Element
Don't you know that using this tag you can create not just an usual drop down list but also an input field which allows to choose multiple items simultaneously.

Your first HTML page
How To Get Started…

HTML: start point
This lesson series will help you to put your wish into practice. You will be able to create multimedia-encyclopedias, sites, templates for letters and for "explorer", information analysis and processing systems on server/client sides yourself.

Handling browser differences
This is a simple introductory tutorial about using the tag which allows users to enter a chunk of text into the form. The rare WRAP attribute is explained here.

The INPUT element: part 1
You will find here a complete description of each type of the INPUT tag. This tag allows you to specify almost all possible elements to create forms on the web page.

The INPUT element: part 2
Here is the list of attributes that are described in this tutorial: value, disabled, checked, readonly, size, maxlength. There is only one tag which supports all these properties.

The FONT element
Though the FONT element is rarely used nowadays but this tutorial is still useful for HTML beginners so they can see a lot of examples of classical text formatting technique.

Formatting text
In this tutorial the simple text formatting tags are explained. Don't you want to write some text which has italic, bold, strike-through and underline effects simultaneously…

Ordered & simple lists
The ordered lists are one of best features of HTML. Imagine, you don't need to specify concrete number for a list item and to rebuild the list each time when you remove any item!

Basic HTML
HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language. Every single person who wish to make webpage should know about it. To get started, Open your Notepad or any other Text Editor.

HTML 4.0 Explained
So, it's time to embrace a new generation of HTML tags and attributes, and say goodbye to a few old friends. HTML 4 is a step towards an accessible, international web. We've been granted new opportunities with this new round of HTML specifications, so let

Some HTML Basics
In this tutorial, you will learn some of the basic, but important parts of HTML (HypeText Markup Language). No knowledge of HTML or any other programming language is required so just sit back and relax.

Frames
Welcome to my frames tutorial. In this tutorial you will learn the ins and outs of frames. You will also learn how to make those ever-so-trendy i-frames in use today on many webpages. So, pick up that donut and let's go :).

Forms
In this tutorial, you will learn how to create forms in HTML. Forms are often used for many purposes including contact pages, message boards, job applications etc. Just sit back, relax and learn.

Tables
In this tutorial I will take you through HTML Tables, one of the most commonly used HTML elements. Tables are used for nearly anything in HTML, from making calendars and charts to building multiple-page web sites.

Images
In this simple tutorial I'll show you to add images to your site using HTML. I'll also share with you some of the key attributes associated with images, and what they can do to improve appearance as well as search engine optimization.

Writing and Saving HTML in a Note Pad
Using a notepad as an editor…

Hyperlinking Text and Images
A Hyperlink, link for short, is the basis of web development. It is where you mouse over an image or text, your cursor changes to a hand, you can click it and a new page opens. This is useful for linking a website to all sub pages, to link to new websites,

Linking
Linking is very important. If you don't know how to do it, you will just come up with only page and can't link any other pages from that page. That's mean you will have to stick to one page. But hey, why should you when you can learn it within a minute.

Images and Backgrounds
Here we will learn how to put images into our page.

Basic HTML Lessons - Images
An easy way to make your site look cool is to add some images. To add an image to your site you have to add to following code…

Anchor Names Tutorial
By using the name attribute of the tag, you can cause a link to lead directly to a certain part of a page. In other words, if you were to click on the link, instead of being brought to the top of the target page…

Forms Tutorial
A form allows visitors to input information into form fields and submit it to a form processing program. The form processing program can then perform any number of operations on the contents of the form, such as send it to the webmaster's email address…

Frames Tutorial
Frames enable you to display multiple pages at the same time, next to each other and/or on top of each other. They can be used to create a better page layout, or to create a simple navigation system.

Tables Tutorial
Using tables can give you greater control over the layout of your page, or be used to enlose data in table data cells. Anything can be enclosed within a table, including text, images, and other HTML elements.

Lists Tutorial
Lists are a very simple option of HTML. They allow you to create a list (surprise, surprise...) consisting of list elements. You can specify what kind of bullets you want in front of each list item based on the tag you choose.

HTML Tutorial
HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. HTML is the most basic, and most important web page programming language, and it acts as the structure for all websites.

HTML Basic Code Structure
Learn the basic code structure of html…

HTML Text Help
The CENTER tag does just what it says. Everything between the tags are put in the horizontal middle of the screen. It can be text, graphics or just about anything you can see on the webpage. A favorite among the HTML text codes. …

HTML List Tags
Learn tutorial about list tag of html…

Basic HTML Tutorials - HTML Link Help
The tags give us links. This is really the power of the internet…

HTML Special Character
The HTML special characters include letters from foreign alphabets. These are characters that are different in the standard character set (ISO Latin-1) than what you are most likely typing in.

HTML Color Chart
The colors we can use are endless when you make your own web site. There are two ways to select a color. The first and easiest is by the name of the color. The following are the names of the colors…

Basic HTML Tutorials - HTML Graphic
Learn tutorial about imag manipulation….

HTML Basic Principles
Our first gentle tutorial covers the basics of using HTML & how to get your first webpage created…

Basic Text skills in HTML
Now we learn to add & alter the appearance of text on your WebPages. Learn to alter their size, color, alignment, font and to add embellishments like bold or italics

Adding Images
Text based pages are good but adding your images can give your page an extra dimension. This tutorial covers the commonly used graphics types on the web…

Adding Links
Create both text and image hyperlink to other pages both on your site and elsewhere on the internet. Also covers creating links which will trigger an email…

Adding Lines and Background
Give your site that little touch of gloss with background images and horizontal lines…

Tables
Originally included in HTML as a means of displaying data, tables are the flavour of the month with many web designers for controlling layout as well. Find out why and how you can put tables into your HTML documents with ease…

Lists
More Text formatting to make your webpage seem more ordered.

Sound
How to make your webpages sing. From file types to recording to adding background sounds including streaming media…

Video
Adding films to your site. Includes advice on recording video and file types including streaming media.

Beginning HTML
This introduction may not be for everyone. We are going into extreme detail on the very basics and are assuming the user has hardly any experience with making web pages.

HTML Tutorial
This document is written to give the reader the ability to write HTML documents and get a web site up and running. This guide should enable the reader to understand HTML quickly and also be useful as reference material.

Getting started with HTML
This is a short introduction to writing HTML. What is HTML? It is a special kind of text document that is used by Web browsers to present text and graphics.

The Simplest Ever HTML Tutorial
What good is a free webmaster resources site that doesn't offer a free HTML tutorial? This 9-step free crash course in HTML with no brakes, seatbelts or parachutes passes over some important points in the interest of getting to the objective…

 

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