html for beginners 3
Welcome to HTML for Beginners 3. Here we will finish writing our code.
" < H ALIGN = CENTER > "Fishing" < / H > "
" < P ALIGN = LEFT >" I love to fish. I have fished in the midwest as a child and deep sea as an adult. They are both great and I do not have a favorite type of fishing." < / P > "
" < P ALIGN = LEFT > My favorite freshwater fish to eat is perch but the best eating fish of all is snook, which is found in Florida. < / P > < H ALIGN = CENTER > Diving < / H > "
" < P ALIGN = LEFT > "I enjoy the beautiful colors of the tropical fish." < / P > "
" < P ALIGN = LEFT > "The warmth and clarity of the water makes swimming exciting and beautiful experience." > / P > "
" < / HTML > "
I have separated the code so you can see its different parts but it is not necessary. You should be starting to see the basic pattern of HTML coding now.
Your finished webpage code should look like this.(without the quote marks of course)
" < HTML > < HEAD > < TITLE > " My Favorite Sports < / TITLE > " < / HEAD > " " < BODY > " " < H ALIGN = CENTER > Sailing < / H > " " < P > " I have been a avid sailor most all my life. I have sailed in the South China Sea, the Pacific, the Atlantic, the Gulf of Mexico and the Carribbean. " < / P > " " < P > " I learned to sail in Florida and San Francisco Bay and have taken many hands on classes as well. I also sail my own boat. " < / P > " " < H ALIGN = CENTER > Fishing < / H > " " < P > " I love to fish. I have fished in the midwest as a child and in the deep sea as an adult. They are both great and I do not have a favorite type of fishing. " < / P > " " < P > " My favorite freshwater fish to eat is perch but the best tasting fish of all is snook, which is found in the gulf waters of Florida. " < / P > " " < H ALIGN = CENTER > Diving < / H > " " < P > " I enjoy the beautiful colors of the tropical fish. " < / P > " " < P > " The warmth and clarity of the water make swimming a joy to behold. " < / P > " " < / BODY > " " < / HTML > "
Congratulations! You have just written the code for a basic page. There are still many more attributes and tags you will need to know in order to have complete control of the design of your webpage.
Now that you have written html code, I'm sure you understand that it isn't as hard as you thought, and are looking forward to getting your html textbook to lead you through the finer points of html editing.
Practice writing your own code now with your own subject, headers, and paragraphs. Do some experimenting as well. This will help you to understand HTML For Beginners better.
You may wish to learn CSS Coding as well. It allows you to simplify your pages by not having to repeat the same items on every page, such as menu bars, headers, footers, and the like. Strongly recommended to keep you sane, and save time.
Here is the next great thing in CSS books: Sams Teach Yourself CSS in 24 Hours CSS3 (Cascading Style Sheets 3) is the next major revision of the style sheet language that is used to describe the presentation (the appearance and formatting) of web pages written in HTML. CSS is designed primarily to enable the separation of document content (written in HTML or a similar markup language) from document presentation, including elements such as the colors, fonts, and layout. It basically makes HTML code easier to work with.
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