HTML forms

Adding HTML forms to your HTML document  All the HTML commands that we’ve covered so far don’t give us a chance to communicate with visitors that will be visiting our HTML pages. Well, it’s time to talk about forms. Using forms you can take different information from a visitor and send it to your server […]

Special characters

Adding special characters to your HTML document  Sometimes you’ll want to use symbols that you won’t find on your keyboard. They are so called special characters or symbols. Special characters are placed on your HTML document by using a special reference to the character you want to use. The reference will begin with an “&”, will […]

BODY tag attributes

Adding BODY tag attributes, e-mail links and linking within a single page    When we discussed about links and <BODY> tag in the beginning of our tutorial we didn’t cover all the format of these commands. We didn’t want to put a lot of information for you in our first tutorials. We’ll discuss more about these commands […]

HTML images

Adding images to your HTML document    Now we’ll learn how to add images to your HTML documents. The image tag is: <IMG> . It is used without a closing tag. The mandatory image attribute is SRC. The SRC stands for source. The source of the image is going to be the net address of the images. If […]

HTML tables

Adding tables to your HTML document    Information represented in tables is easy understandable, compact. That’s why tables are used very often in HTML documents. HTML table command begins with the <TABLE> tag and ends with the </TABLE> closing tag. Table is made up of rows (<TR>…</TR>) and cells (<TD>…</TD>). Command <CAPTION>…</CAPTION> is used for table header and command <TH>…</TH> – for table […]

HTML lists

Using lists in your HTML document    One more popular way to format the text is to use lists. The HTML list command is: <UL> <LI> text <LI> text </UL> This is an unordered list. Each item in the list is set off with the <LI> tag. If we use <TYPE=”disc|square|circle”> attribute together with <UL> or <LI> command we’ll get different […]

Text grouping

Using line breaks and a few other tags    The text grouping commands are used to format text parts. We already know one text grouping command – paragraph <P>. Now let’s move on to a line break. The tag for a line break is: <BR> When you insert this tag in your document, the contents will […]

Text formatting

HTML tags to manipulate your text    You can not only put the text into paragraphs but also use different text formatting. All text formatting commands have opening and closing tags. There are three major text styles: bold, italic and underlined. Three HTML tags for every style would be: B, I and U:   Opening tag Closing tag Example […]

Basic HTML document elements

Using Headings, Paragraphs, Links    Headings Mostly text is divided into parts and every part has its own heading. Heading is a phrase separated from other text and written in the bigger and more distinct letters. Heading HTML tags consist of the letter ‘H’ and the digit from 1 to 6. The  biggest heading letters […]

HTML document structure

About the main HTML document parts    HTML document consists of four major parts: HTML – All HTML documents begin with this tag that informs a browser about a document written using HTML language elements. Head – This tag indicates different technical information, e.g. the author of the document, program, and so on. Title – This is the […]