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Sko's HTML Tutorial

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  • 20130528

    Lesson #0: Intro, and an overview of what HTML actually is.


    By Ryan Hoots

    Welcome to my HTML tutorial! I hope you enjoy it. If you've been on CC regularly over the last six months, you probably know me, so even though most courses start with an introduction to the writer, I'm not doing that. Smile


    I really don't know how long this course is going to be. I'm just going to start writing, taking your comments into consideration so I can make sure this course is meeting your...


    by Sko - Comments: 2 - Views: 237
  • 20130530
    If you have even a little HTML knowledge, a lot of the stuff in this lesson is review. Today I'm talking about tags, HTML syntax, and the skeleton.

    HTML code is very well structured and organized. It needs to be, in order for computers to read it, because computers interpret everything literally. That's important to remember when writing HTML- computers will read and execute even the slightest typo to the letter. Mad

    The basic structure for HTML code is called the "skeleton". Just like the skeleton...

    by Sko - Comments: 2 - Views: 275
  • 20130604
    In the last lesson, I covered the basic structure for web pages. Today, I'm going to talk about tags you can use in the <body> section of your document.

    I may have to split this into multiple lessons. Tags will be listed in the order I think of them, with most important ones likely being first. HTML experts out there, feel free to add to the list in the comments if you'd like. Wink

    Okay, so, here are some of the HTML tags you'll use a ton:

    <p> is the tag used to define...

    by Sko - Comments: 2 - Views: 367
  • 20130725
    Okay, now that I've finally remembered this project, we're back! Today's lesson is CSS.

    CSS is a big topic. Not as big as HTML, but big enough for its own books to be justified. You don't strictly need CSS to use HTML, but without it, you'd go crazy. After all, why reinvent the wheel?

    CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, controls how your HTML document will look in a web browser. It does that by using a common scheme in the computer world... a properties list. Here's an example of some CSS.

    Code:
    body
    {
    background-image:url('images/background.jpg');

    by Sko - Comments: 5 - Views: 507
 

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