Html-Attributes

Html-Attributes

HTML – Attributes

Web page adaptation starts with HTML characteristics. Characteristics are like blue print schematics informing the browser how to submit an HTML feature. As an HTML tag is processed, the web browser looks to these characteristics as leads for the building of web features. Without any characteristic values designated, the browser will submit the feature utilizing the default setting(s) (usually very boring).

HTML characteristics are responsible for personalizing web features. As a web surfer, you’ve apparently witness an enormous variety of color schemes, fonts, and styles — all of which are brought to you by HTML and CSS feature characteristics.

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Html-Pre

Html-Pre

html – <pre> preformatting

Your HTML document is understood by a web browser as being one long line. Certainly, you may have tabs and line breaks in Notepad which straightens your content so it’s easier for you to read, but your browser overlooks those tabs and line breaks.

We showed you that you can get around this problem through utilizing the <br /> tag, but tabs and spacing are totally different from one another and can be completely harassing at times. Utilizing the <pre> tag is considered as a better solution, which stands for antecedently formatted text.

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Html-Text

Html-Text

Html – text

Text is the spine of any web page, which plays a double role; it presents content to web surfers to enjoy as they skim through articles and articles of information, but it also gives Search Engines and Spiders keywords and metadata. It is due to the fact that text on web pages that we have a network of seemingly endless information attainable at our fingers.

HTML Text is apparently considers as the first feaure most HTML beginners learn to add to any web page, and this is generally attainable through a classic, “Hello, World!” example.

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Html-Formatting

Html-Formatting

Html – formatting text features w/ tags

You may find yourself wanting to incorporate bold or italic properties in your text features while starting to locate more text features onto your website. HTML presents a few numbers of specific tags that can be used to do just that:

From paragraphs to lists and text links, all of these tags add a pinch of flavor to HTML text features

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Html-Tags

Html-Tags

Html – tags

An HTML document is reads from top to bottom, left to right by a web browser. Whenever the browser finds a tag, the tag is rendered correspondingly. Paragraph tags render paragraph text; image tags render images, and so on. You can code HTML, and also signal to the browser through adding tags to an HTML document, “Hey look, this is paragraph text; now treat it as such!”

Do you remember that HTML features include three key segments: the opening tag, the content, and the closing tag? As you will understand, there are limitless combinations of HTML tags/features, including those utilized for forms, images, and lists. One tag or two are needed to show everything on a web page.

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HTML-Elements

HTML-Elements

html – Features

When you browse a website, those items you can observe are called features.  Features of the web page include the paragraph texts, the page banners, and the navigation links. Any segments of a web page are called an feature. The visitors cannot observe many HTML features. These features work quietly behind the scenes to present useful information about the site to web crawlers and search engines.

An feature includes three fundamental segments: an opening tag, the content, and a closing tag.

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HTML-Introduction

HTML-Introduction

Html – hypertext markup language

Welcome to HTMLFREECODES.COM HTML Tutorial! Now you will acquire the fundamentals of HyperText Markup Language (HTML) in order to design your own web pages like the one you are observing right now!

HTML is somewhat a markup language not a programming language. HTML will be a snap for you to learn, if you previously acquainted with XML,. We urge you not to attempt to blow through this tutorial in one sitting. Instead, we recommend that you spend 15 minutes to an hour a day practicing HTML and then take a break to let the information settle in. We aren’t going anywhere!

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beginner’s web site creating guide

beginner’s web site creating guide

Beginner’s web site creating guide

Welcome HTMLFREECODES.COM introduction to HTML and web design. The aim of this brief tutorial is to provide the new Internet users with a little experience in writing HTML code, correct saving of the files, and observing the finished works in a web browser. Unfortunately this tutorial cannot teach you the fundamentals of utilizing a computer, so please be sure that you meet the following prerequisites:

  • Be acquainted with notepad and how to utilize it
  • Be able to open up a file via Internet Explorer (or the browser of your choice)
  • Be acquainted with copying and pasting text from a webpage (significant!).

If you are not acquainted with the above items, please contact a local geek and ask him/her to teach you as quickly as possible.

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Basics of writing HTML pages

Basics of writing HTML pages

Here we are going to structure identifiers or tags (tag) in the HTML pages.

always a tag start with < and end with > . For example, the tag will cause the underlined words it is written: <U>

we must put this tag before the text is underlined want to put.

these are basic tags and every web developer must know about there.

click to more details to see these tags

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Introduction to HTML learning

Introduction to HTML learning

 

learn html

 

With The HTML tutorial you will learn how to use HTML to make your web pages.

Learning HTML is very simple and you will enjoy it.

 


 

 

  • What is a HTML File ?
  1. HTML stands for meta-markup language HTML (hyper text markup language).
  2. A HTML file is a text file containing small markup tags. The markup tags tell the Web browser how to display the pages.
  3. A HTML file must have the extension .htm or .html
  4. A HTML file can be created by a simple text editor.

 

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