CSS – MAXIMUM BENEFITS

What is CSS? CSS is a simple file which controls the visual appearance of a Web page without compromising its structure. Using CSS we can control our font size, font colour, link colour and many other attributes on our web page. This will make our HTML code much more readable and the page size will …

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CREATING HTML PAGES (Page 3)

Add Line Breaks When you use the <P> tag, most browsers insert quite a large amount of space between each paragraph. In order to begin a new line without so much space, use a line break. A line break is indicated by the <BR> tag. Unusually, <BR> has no closing tag. This tag can also …

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CREATING HTML PAGES (Page 2)

Create Head and Body Sections Web pages are divided into two main sections, using the <HEAD> and <BODY> tags respectively. The <HEAD> tag is used to define the title section of the page, contained within the <HEAD> section would be information about the page which is used by search engines, advanced formatting information and the …

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CREATING HTML PAGES (Page 1)

Objectives of this Tutorial Generally: To create a basic web page using Notepad. Specifically: On completion of this lesson, you will be able to: Create a new web page and open an existing web page in Notepad Add the <HTML>, <HEAD>, <BODY> and <TITLE> tags Work with heading levels Enter paragraphs of text Save a …

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CREATING HTML PAGES

Objectives of this Tutorial Generally: To create a basic web page using Notepad. Specifically: On completion of this lesson, you will be able to: Create a new web page and open an existing web page in Notepad Add the <HTML>, <HEAD>, <BODY> and <TITLE> tags Work with heading levels Enter paragraphs of text Save a …

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COLOURS IN HTML PROGRAMMING

How Colors Work Computers rely on three pieces of hardware to deliver the color information to you: The CPU (Central Processing Unit) A Video graphics card The computer monitor The quality of color you see on your computer will depend on the type of these three pieces of hardware. Also computer platforms and operating systems …

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BUILDING A WEBSITE FROM SCRATCH (PART 1)

The Internet is a great place and you have probably been using it for sometime. Now you might be ready to start thinking about building your own website, however you are totally a novice and you dont know where to start. In this article I will take you through the steps of starting to build …

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BUILDING YOUR OWN WEBSITE IS EASY – A TUTORIAL

Basic Requirements: Basic knowledge of HTML Computer set & Internet Connection Website Design Layout or Template Website Content Domain Name and Web Space or Host Let me explain to you each of the above requirements: Basic Knowledge of HTML: A website is composed of one or more web pages. A page layout is produced by …

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BROWSING WEB PAGES (Page 4)

Open HTML Files As well as browsing web pages, you can use Internet Explorer to view HTML files saved on your PC’s disk or to a network folder. To open an HTML file From the File menu, select Open… (SpeedKey: Ctrl + O) The Open dialogue box is displayed. If you know the file name …

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BROWSING WEB PAGES (Page 3)

Full-Screen Browsing If you want to get the full impact of some websites, you may want to browse them in full-screen mode. In full-screen mode, most of Internet Explorer’s toolbars are hidden, leaving more space on screen for the web page itself. To switch to full-screen mode From the View menu, select Full Screen (SpeedKey: …

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