We start with the tags , a form has to stand between the tags <form> and </form>
this will be the beginning and the end. We have to announch what the form
has to do , it has to send an email. Read more →
What’s an table, and what does it ? An table is an square text box for text or images.
You can use an table for lists and to make a well-organized text or image box. Read more →
Coded Character Set
� –  Unused
! Exclamation mark
" Quotation mark
# Number sign
$ Dollar sign
% Percent sign
( Left parenthesis
) Right parenthesis
+ Plus sign
. Period (fullstop)
/ Solidus (slash)
0 – 9 Digits 0-9
< Less than
= Equals sign
> Greater than
? Question mark
@ Commercial at
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Using Color On Your Web Page
In HTML we use Hexadecimal Color Codes [based on RGB values] or Color Names to insert colors into HTML documents.
Hexadecimal Color Codes
The Hexadecimal Color Code consists of 6 numbers and/or letters, combining to give you over 14 million possible colors, shades, hues and tints.
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Creating and Formatting Text
Being able to create and format text the way you want it to
appear on a web page is the very essence of HTML. There
are several tags that will allow you to display your text: Read more →
If you are running Windows, start Notepad.
If you are on a Mac start SimpleText.
In OSX start TextEdit and change the following preferences: Select (in the preferences window) “Plain text” instead of “Rich text” and then select “Ignore rich text commands in HTML files”. This is very important because if you don’t do this HTML codes probably won’t work.
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Learning HTML & HTML Editors by Kalina of Affordable Web Design
I hold a firm belief that all webmasters should practice validating their code, so all advice I give in this site will be centered around that belief.
If you’d like to create/maintain a website, having some HTML knowledge is necessary in order to create a standard page on the web. HTML is also very easy to learn, you can learn the basics in about an hour. First you’ll need some type of software/editor to create your html pages. Here’s a few to try out (or not) and see which you feel most comfortable with.
Editors for Hand Coding:
Just like spring cleaning a house, the html code of your web pages should get periodic cleaning as well. Over time, as changes and updates are made to a web page, the code can become littered with unnecessary clutter, slowing down page load times and hurting the efficiency of your web page. Cluttered html can also seriously impact your search engine ranking.
Why your site should be developed with CSS and semantic markup
One thing that I have learned in over a decade developing web sites is that the Net is continually changing, and to keep up you need to change with it. One of the more recent developments in web design is the use of CSS and semantic markup. CSS and semantic web design has several benefits: clarity in code, browser and other web-enabled devices compatibility, seperation of content and presentation, smaller burden on bandwith, and better visibility to search engines.
This article is most useful if you are somewhat familiar with HTML and CSS. I explain the concepts well enough that you do not have to be an expert, but I want to provide material that will introduce you to more advanced design in ways you can understand.
Like many other web designers, I began laying out web pages using graphical tools and discovered the wonders of tables for layout without anyone telling me to use them. Since browser support for CSS is better than it used to be, and tables cause problems, CSS offers you a benefit you may not have thought about before, the benefit of better SEO.