html for beginners
In html for beginners we will explain some of the questions surrounding html editing so you can begin to understand how to use it to make your own website.
So what is html? The simple answer is HyperText Markup Language. It has two main parts, hypertext and universality.
Hypertext means that you can make a link to any other webpage or anything else on the internet. Universality means that your code can be read by any computer on the web, such as Macs and Windows machines, cell phones, Palm, and others.
This does not mean that all websites will look the same on different browsers. The speed of the computer, the code of the individual browser program, the monitor, internet speed, and others all play a part in how to website will look.
There are good website design builder programs online that will show you how to build a website without HTML coding. They will make a great website and will be great for most uses. But if you feel the need to have all the newest features your site, HTML is the next logical step.
If you are new to html, get a free trial version of Macromedia Dreamweaver or Microsoft Frontpage. Do not let them scare you, just take your time and follow the instructions in the book recommended below.
Please follow the instructional code below. It will show you very basic code.This is an excellent way to learn HTML for beginners. I recommend you get one of the the free html editors found online at CoffeeCup.com, PageBreeze.com, or others for an editor that has more options than NotePad and TextEdit.
Look at Amazon for books on html. They take you farther than I will, and are an excellent way to learn HTML coding. They allow you to study at your own pace, and go back as many times as needed to make learning easy. These books will give you more information than I am able to give you here. Enjoy and Learn!
Writing these tags and attributes yourself will make learning these concepts easier to understand. Start slow with the examples in this short course and you will soon be writing HTML code.
Do not worry about upper or lower case letters, as html is not case sensitive. I have used capitals in some of my examples to help distinguish what is code from what is not but it is not necessary.
I will put my example code in parenthesis like "" so I don't confuse the servers. You do not need to add them in your code. They are just to keep the server from acting on my instructional code.
We hope HTML for beginners will help you with some of the basics and will sparked your interest. On page 2 we will cover a few more basics and then show you how to write your own code.
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