Step 10 – Center

Centering text or other parts of your design is very simple. To center everything in my index.html I add this: <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>my own homepage</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY BACKGROUND=”images/background.gif” BGCOLOR=”#FFFFE1″ TEXT=”#808080″ LINK=”#FF9B6A” ALINK=”#FF9B6A” VLINK=”#FF0000″> <CENTER> <FONT FACE=”Verdana” SIZE=2> <H2>A short introduction</H2>… Read on

Step 11 – Lists

Every once in a while it’s necessary to show information as a list. You do this with one of the LIST-tags. There are three kinds: A numbered list is added to index.html like this: <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>my own homepage</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY… Read on

Step 12 – Images

To my index.html document I’d like to add a graphic. Graphics and photos are being applied the exact same way. The only difference is the image itself. When it’s an animated or computer made image, than we call it a… Read on

Step 13 – Links

In my index.html document I’d like the change parts of the last two lines of text to links. I’d like one link to go to my homepage, and I want the other to go to my e-mail address. Linking my… Read on

Step 14 – Forms

With the previous step we’ve used a link to e-mail someone. This link will open the default e-mailprogram your visitor uses. You can also send an e-mail using an online e-mail form. Online forms can be used for various purposes.… Read on

Step 15 – Tables

Sometimes, may want to add more structure to the way your text is formatted. For instance, when you have data to display. You might not want it displayed using the full screen width, but you want to show it in… Read on

Step 16 – Frames

In some cases it’s easier to work with frames. This is one of the most complex features of HTML. A homepage built out of frames uses more than one HTML file. The first HTML file is the one that will… Read on

Step 19 – More meta tags:

META-tags offer more possibilites than promoting your site to search engines. You can also identify yourself as the author of the document: <META NAME=”author” CONTENT=”Nora Tol”> As well as claim the copyright of it: <META name=”copyright” content=”Nora Tol Virtual Publishing”> But… Read on