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Introduction To HTML Programming

Beginners guide to HTML programming. Learn to build webpages.Until 1990, accessing information through the Internet was very technical. It was so hard that even physicists were often frustrated when trying to exchange information. One such physicist, the now famous, Tim Berners Lee, created a way to cross-reference text on the Internet through 'hypertext' links. His new Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), became a pillar of the Internet. The term hypertext refers to text stored in electronic format with cross-reference links between pages.

HTML is the language for describing how pages of text, graphics, and other information are organized, formatted, and linked together.

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Five Essential Tags That Must Exist In Any Webpage

Beginners guide to HTML programming. Learn to build webpages.For a web page to function properly, five essential tags must exist within an HTML document. These tags must also be placed in a specific order. They form the basic 'shell' or 'skeleton' for any web page that you build. The five tags and their order is described in this page.

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Starting and Ending Tags in HTML

Beginners guide to HTML programming. Learn to build webpages.In all HTML pages, the string of text starting after the opening < and ending with > are called HTML tags. These tags allow the web browser to display the web page properly.

Most HTML tags have two parts: an opening tag <, to indicate where a piece of text begins, and a closing tag >, to show where the piece of text ends.

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The <BODY> </BODY> Tag Attributes

Beginners guide to HTML programming. Learn to build webpages.You now know that the <Body> tag is used to tell the web browser that it needs to display the text and graphics, exactly as you have specified. But what else can be done with the body tag?

The <Body> tag is also used to specify the background image or color, the text color, the link color, the visited link color, and the active link color.

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Implementing Paragraph and Line Breaks

Beginners guide to HTML programming. Learn to build webpages.When a web browser displays an HTML page, it pays no attention to line endings or the number of spaces between words. When the code reaches the edge of the browser window, it automatically wraps down to the next line, no matter where the line breaks were in the original HTML page.

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Introduction To Headings in HTML Programming

Beginners guide to HTML programming. Learn to build webpages.When you browse through web pages on the Internet, you cannot help but notice that most pages have a heading at the top that is larger and bolder than the rest of the text on the page.

The HTML code used to create headings is simple to use and is described in this page.

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Introduction To Text Alignment in HTML Programming

Beginners guide to HTML programming. Learn to build webpages.Some HTML tags alow you to specify a variety of options, or attributes, along with the basic tag itself.

For example, when you begin a paragraph with the <P> tag, you can specify whether the text in that paragraph should be aligned to the left margin, right margin or centered on the page.

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Text Formmating in Your HTML Pages

Beginners guide to HTML programming. Learn to build webpages.Way back in the age of the typewriter, people were content with plain text and an occasional underline for emphasis. Today, boldface and italicized text have become the standard. Naturally, you can add bold and italic text to your webpages to add a special emphasis for certain strings of text.

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Understanding HTML and The World Wide Web
image The Five Essential Tags
image The <BODY> </BODY> Tag Attributes
image Paragraph and Line Breaks
image Headings
image The Hard Rule Tag
image Text Formatting
icon Text Alignment
icon Font Size and Color
icon Choosing a Typeface
icon Special Characters
icon Alternative Text
icon HTML Lists
icon Lists Nested Within Lists
icon Form Related Tags
icon The <FORM> </FORM> Tags and Text Input
icon Form Related Tags
icon Introduction To Checkboxes
icon Radio Buttons
icon Selection Lists
icon Text Areas
icon Submit and Reset Form Control Buttons
icon Introduction To Frames
icon Creating a Frameset Document
icon The <FRAME> Tag
icon Linking Between Frames and Windows
icon Linking Between Your Own Web Pages
icon Linking to Another Web Page On The Internet
icon Links Within One Web Page
icon Linking Your Email Address into your Web Pages
icon Using Style Sheets
icon Structure Of A Basic Style Sheet
icon Style Sheet Classes
icon Creating Simple Tables
icon Table Headings
icon Table Sizes
icon Cell Size
icon Alignment Within a Table Cell
icon Row and Column Spanning
icon Table and Individual Cell Background Colors
 
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