A tutorial on HTML

Submitted on: 2/19/2015 11:08:00 AM
By: Ronald Holland (from psc cd)  
Level: Beginner
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Compatibility: VB Script
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     Updated: 10/08/11 to show how to create scripts. Updated: 9/27/11 to show how to create subscripts and superscripts. Updated: 9/14/11 to show two ways to create a button. Updated: 7/18/11 to show 1- What is a Link This an example of defining a basic link 2- Local Link This is an example of how to display the contents of a disk drive. 3- Target Link This is an example of how to display the contents of a web page in a new window. Updated: 1/16/11 to show 1 The DIV II tutorial shows how create a horizontal and a vertical navigation menu. 2 The DIV III tutorial shows how create a scroll bar. 3 The DIV IV tutorial shows how use the ID attribute. 4 The DIV V tutorial shows how use the CLASS attribute. Updated: 8/21/10 to show more uses of the table tag, i.e., Multiplication, Addition amd Subtraction Tables. Updated: 4/02/10 to show more uses of the form tag. Updated: 9/17/09 to show the Paragraph, break and Preformat tags. This is a collection of pages that introduce you to HTML. The purpose of the the first page in this tutorial is to show you how to write a Blank page. What is HTML (HyperText Markup Language)? HTML is a layout/tag language that is used to organize text and/or images on a web page. In the following example, we will show you the code for our blank page. In the following pages, we will explore 1- Comment_and_HR tags 2- Font tag 3- Form tag 4- Headings, Strong and Bold tags 5- HR Example tag 6- OL, UL, DL tags 7- Paragraph tag 8 - Paragraph and break tags 9- Preformat tag 10- Style tag 11- Table tag 12- Subtraction Table 13- Addition Table 14- Multiplication Table

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