by Trainer Riad Thalji
Introduction Page Structure Making Text Bold Making Text Emphasized Line Breaks Direction Divisions Headings Horizontal Lines Paragraphs Underline Comments Ordered/Unordered Lists Nested Lists Color Names Color Codes Color Backgrounds Background Images Working with Images Working with Fonts Character Entities The Head Tag Working with Links Defining Tables HTML Forms
- HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language, defined by www.w3.org, which is my sole reference for this tutorial.
- HTML is the standard language for describing web pages and relations/linkages between them.
- website is a set of web pages commonly described by HTML.
- A website webpage can be read by a web browser, which is a software that understands HTML descriptions, retrieve them from the internet, and displays them to the user in the form intended by the HTML author(s) for that website.
- Commonly used web browsers include Microsoft Internet Explorer, Google Chrome, FireFox.
- Web browsers commonly have editions that works on different devices and operations systems, including PC’s, Mobiles, and Tablets.
- The latest edition is HTML 5, which added important capabilities to the language.