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In order to be effective on the web, you have to know SOMETHING about HTML. Here is a brief tutorial that will help you in your cutting and pasting activities.
The best thing to do when writing HTML code is use a simple code editor. You can get these for free in the internet. I use the editor that comes with Dreamweaver. You can use specialized HTML programs to write code, like Dreamweaver, which is pretty good and comes with a bunch of templates that you can use to build your site. Avoid Microsoft Front Page, it spews code all over the place. But you still need to learn some HTML regardless!
If you want the real skinny, go here:
for a complete overview of HTML.
All HTML documents have to have a Document Type declaration. This is the very first thing you put on your web page, at the very top. All you have to do on the first line of your web page is say:
What does this code do? It tells the browser that the code that follows is HTML code. HTML is the language of the internet.
A character set is a way of encoding characters, numbers, and symbols on the internet so they can be displayed properly by the browser. The character set for HTML 5 is UTF-8.
A tag is a word in HTML. It usually begins with a "<" and ends with a ">". For instance, <html> is a tag that tells your browser that what follows is HTML information.
Most HTML tags have a begin tag and an end tag. In
between is the HTML code. A begin tag looks like this: <html>
An end tag looks like this: </html>. The only difference is that the
end tag has a "/" in it.
Almost every HTML statement has to have a begin tag and an end tag! If you forget the end tag, your web page won't look like you intended it to. That's why it is always a good idea when writing a tag to write both the begin and end tags one after the other, like this:
Then you can write your HTML in between the tags.
"The first tag in your HTML document is <html>. This tag tells your browser that this is the start of an HTML document. The last tag in your document is </html>. This tag tells your browser that this is the end of the HTML document.
The text between the <head> tag and the </head> tag is header information. Header information is not displayed in the browser window.
The text between the <title> tags is the title of your document. The title is displayed in your browser's caption.
The text between the <body> tags is the text that will be displayed in your browser. The text between the <p> and </p> tags, for example, will be displayed as a separate paragraph.
<!DOCTYPE html >
<title>Title of page</title>
This is my first homepage. <strong>This text is bold</strong>
This is the basic structure of ALL web pages!
The next thing you need is your <meta> tags. These tags describe your page for web crawlers and search engines, and what the keywords of your web site are. The better you can identify your audience, the better your keywords will be. Here's an example:
content="content-rich eBooks and movies that inspire and inform">
<meta name="keywords" content=" success, happiness, knowledge, prosperity, eBooks, movies, inspirational ">
The <meta> tag is one of the few tags that does not need to be closed.
Successful internet marketers spend LOTS of time
thinking about what they will put in the "description" and in the
"keywords" section. You should too! To change what I have, fill in
your own description and keyword information after the
Then there is the title of your web page. This is what is displayed in the little caption bar at the top of your browser window. It always goes inside the <head> </head> tag.
You can make it anything you like:
<title> My Web Page </title>
Between the <body> and </body> tags is where you place the code you copy from the Marketing With Spiritwebsite.
Every time you want to make a new page, just paste this code into Notepad. Insert your copied text between the <body> and </body> tags and you have a web page! Don't forget to name the file "yourpage.html"
All web pages must have the ".htm" or ".html" extension at the end.
You now know more than most people on the internet about HTML and web pages.
If you see a web page you really like, you can copy it and build your own design around it (use File - Save As). That's how a lot of really good web pages are constructed. The page will probably be copyrighted, so please don't plagiarize another's work. Nevertheless, you can get some great ideas by looking at what others have done.
To copy the complete HTML code for a web page in your browser, click on "View" and then "Source," or "Page Source." Viola! You now have the code for a complete web page.