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After we have "armed" with programs that we need to build the website you want, is to get itself to work. Even if you do not need to be some masters of the brush, yet we must know something about HTML, in particular, and on websites, in general.

HTML (or XHTML, as it currently says its latest version) is distinguished by simplicity. It is a markup language based (or tags), each bookmark can support more attributes. For example, to write bold or italic text within a particular paragraph, you should use bookmarks p / p - to delineate paragraph, that b / b (bold) and i / i (italic) for special formats.

Code of the preceding paragraph, for example, looks like this:

p HTML (or XHTML, as it currently says its latest version) is distinguished by simplicity. It is a markup language based i / i (or i tag / i s), each bookmark can support more i attributes / i. For example, to write b bold / b or i italic / i text within a particular paragraph, you should use bookmarks code p / p / code - for delineate the paragraph, that code b / b code (b b / b old) and code i / i code (i i / i talic) for special formats. / p

A website has 3 main parts. Each of these parts must be treated carefully, if you want your site to be managed. These parts are:

* Declaration of conformity, which defines the type of document created. If an XHTML document, it is ! DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "- / / W3C / / DTD XHTML 1.0 Strict / / EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-strict.dtd ". Anyway, no need to burn you. HTML editor will know to introduce myself.
* Header (head), which contains meta-classification and indexing marks necessary to correct their websites. Immediately following the declaration of conformity and marking is enclosed within head / head. The most important meta-markup contained in the header are title / title - title page, meta name="description" content="" / - description page and meta name = "keywords" content = "" / - keywords that best describe the page content.
* Page itself, bordered by marking body / body. There appear all other marks used.

There are hundreds of HTML markup, but most used are approximately 20:

* Marks for blocks of content: p / p - paragraphs, div / div - divisions
* Markings formats: b / b - bold, i / i - italic
* Bookmarks for lists: ul / ul - bulleted list, ol / ol- list of numbers, li / li - all in the list
* Bookmarks title: h1 / h1 - important evidence, h2 / h2 - significant evidence ... h7 / h7 - subtitles less important
* Marks semantic: strong / strong - highlighting strong em / em - highlighting
* Bookmarks for tables: table / table - table, tr / tr - table row, td / td - cell
* Bookmarks for objects: img src="" / - image object / object or embed / embed - flash animation, applet applet - Java
* Other important markings: a href="" / a - link (now), span / span (in the line), hr / - horizontal partition

HTML Editor will help you automatically insert these marks, without the need to write them by hand. For example, if you want to write with a certain character-bold text, select that text and click the "bold" (usually a large B, as in Word) on the toolbar. You will notice that the text you want is engaged with mark b / b. If you want to insert an image editor will help you select an image from your hard disk and insert in a desired location.

Bookmarks can contain themselves to their various attributes that refine the meaning. For example, if an image, we can meet the attributes width (width in pixels), height (height in pixels) and alt (alternative text): img src = "" width = "" height = "" alt = "" /

Inside the site, pages are linked together by hyperlinks, or links, and information is organized just like in Windows - in the form of files and directories. Suppose your site is www.site.com. For a page contain a link (a link) on page B, this code will be:

* Absolute: the type a href="http://www.site.com/way/pageB.html" / a;
* Ratio: a href="way/pageB.html" / a. If Page B is situated hierarchy before the page A (ie in a directory closer to the site compared to page A), then link from A to B will contain two points for any direct ("..") superior (eg., a href="../pageB.html" a
The easiest way to learn HTML is to make tests in HTML editor and see what comes out. Within hours you will get to know all you need to understand the proper function of markings. Of course, from the known to apply is a long way - but at least you could easily done a web page, although a lack of complexity, will look simple and to the point.
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