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HTML Tips, Shortcuts, and Resources: HTML Part 3

Basic HTML code for myspace and more 

By Joey Delli Gatti

In the <TABLE> tutorial, we made a table and put things in the table cells or <TD>s.  We learned how to combine cells (or make one cell fill the space of X amount of cells.  We also learned a little about the potential of <TABLE>s and about putting tables inside of table cells of a larger table.

A lot of attributes can be specified in tables such as width, height, padding (within cells), spacing (between cells), background=”” (background images), colors, and more.  And, if we want to do something with our tables that we don’t know how to do, we can always search the Internet.  My favorite source is www.w3schools.com/html/html_intro.asp. Continue reading

How to HTML All By Hand: HTML Part 1

The Beginnings of A Beautiful Page

by Joey Delli Gatti

HTML means Hyper-text Markup Language. It’s not really scripting or programming for the most part. It is just a way to note how you want things viewed on your Web page.

Web pages usually consist of a few basic elements: writing, links, pictures, and sometimes some fancy effects. The fancy effects and page styles and dynamic, personalized pages for each person who visits the site is controlled by scripting and programming language; however, you can make a wonderful page without all of that and with just a little effort. Continue reading