Getting Started with HTML

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This is a short introduction to writing HTML. Many people still write HTML by hand using tools such as NotePad on Windows, or SimpleText on the Mac. This guide will get you up and running. Even if you don't intend to edit HTML directly and instead plan to use an HTML editor such as Netscape Composer, or W3C's Amaya, this guide will enable you to understand enough to make better use of such tools and how to make your HTML documents accessible on a wide range of browsers. Learn how to add a touch of style using CSS, and advanced HTML.

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Resource Specification

Category:

HTML : Tutorials

Title / Program Name:

Getting Started with HTML

URL:

http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/Guide/

Cost:

Free

Author:

Dave Raggett

Keywords:

html title, html headings, html paragraphis, html emphasis, html images, html links, html lists, html ordered list, html unordered list, html bulleted list, html definition list, force line breaks, non-breaking spaces, html special characters, html preformatted text, html text flow, html flow text around images, html clickable regions, html tables, html roll-overs html tricks, html style element, html style sheets, css style sheets, css page margins, first line indents, set whitespace, set font

Summary:

Introduction to writing HTML

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