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  • Chapter 1: Introduction
  • New to HTML? Then is the perfect chapter, which we give you a fair idea about HTML more>>
  • Chapter 2: Understanding & using HTML
  • when you write an HTML tag, you should use less than and greater than symbol like this <> Inside that you have to write the command. For exam... more>>
  • Chapter 3: HTML headings
  • There are six header tags H1, H2, H3, H4, H5, H6. Each header tag indicates the relative importance of each section it is heading. Headers are usua... more>>
  • Chapter 4: HTML Comment
  • Comments can be inserted in the HTML code to make it more readable and understandable. Comments are ignored by the browser and not displayed. By us... more>>
  • Chapter 5: HTML Paragraphs
  • Publishing any kind of written works requires the use of a paragraph. The paragraph tag is very basic and a great introductory tag for beginner\'s ... more>>
  • Chapter 6: HTML Line Breaks & Rules
  • Why are we using line breaks? Yes its for breaking the lines. By using line breaks you can start a new line without using a paragraph. more>>
  • Chapter 7: Font tags
  • Fonts are one of the most important visual elements of your page and if you\'re like most web designers you\'ll want to set a few fonts in every pa... more>>
  • Chapter 8: Font styles
  • font-family sets the over all font to use for the element. You can specify either a specific font, such as Helvetica or Arial, or a generic font-fa... more>>
  • Chapter 9: Hyperlinks
  • In web terms, a hyperlink is a reference (an address) to a resource on the web. Hyperlinks can point to any resource on the web: an HTML page, an i... more>>
  • Chapter 10: The Image Tag and the Src Attribute
  • In HTML, images are defined with the img tag. Img stands for image. To display an image on a page, you need to use the src attribute along with th... more>>
  • Chapter 11: LIST Tags
  • HTML supports ordered, unordered and definition lists. It is possible to display a group of items in a list or bullet format. You can have them num... more>>
  • Chapter 12: Tables
  • The table allows us to arrange data such as text, images, links, forms, form fields, other tables, etc. into rows and columns of cells.In short tab... more>>
  • Chapter 13: Table: Border
  • If you do not specify a border attribute the table will be displayed without any borders. Sometimes this can be useful, but most of the time, you w... more>>
  • Chapter 14: Tables: Headings in a Table
  • A Table consists of heading enclosed within <th> tag. It consists of rows ,which are enclosed within the <tr> tag. Each row is furthe... more>>
  • Chapter 15: Tables: Empty Cells in a Table
  • Empty cells in tables often cause problems to HTML authors, especially since browsers often display such cells without border even if the other cel... more>>
  • Chapter 16: Declaring width & height
  • By using the width and height attributes to your <td> tags to explicitly set the dimensions of your table cells and thus exercise control ove... more>>
  • Chapter 17: Tables: Cellspacing
  • The amount spacing between the cell wall and the cell border. The area enclosed by the cell walls are the maximum amount of area that text can be d... more>>
  • Chapter 18: Table: Cellpadding
  • CELLPADDING sets the amount of space between the contents of the cell and the cell wall. The default is 1. CELLPADDING is usually more effective th... more>>
  • Chapter 19: Table: Bgcolor
  • BGCOLOR is a standard attribute specifying the background color of a table. The value may be a named color such as white or a color specifying a he... more>>
  • Chapter 20: Tables: Colspan
  • COLSPAN is an attribute of the <TABLE> tag but is also an attribute of the <TH> and the <TD> tags where I have used it more often... more>>
  • Chapter 21: Tables: Nesting
  • Nesting tables simply means making a table inside another table. Since only the TH and TD tags can hold data you will have to code a full table ins... more>>
  • Chapter 22: Forms
  • A form is an area that can contain form elements. Form elements are elements that allow the user to enter information (like text fields, textarea f... more>>
  • Chapter 23: Forms: Text Fields
  • Text fields are one of the most common fields you will see on the internet. They are a box on a web page that visitors are able to select and type ... more>>
  • Chapter 24: Forms: Radio Buttons
  • The radio button creates a circular button on your web page that can be selected by the user. Only one button in a group of radio buttons can be se... more>>
  • Chapter 25: Forms: Checkboxes
  • A check box is a box on a web page that can be checked by a user. Unlike a radio button, more than one box can be checked at once, allowing your vi... more>>
  • Chapter 26: Drop down menu
  • Drop down menu is another common way to specify input data. For example, selecting a state is often done via a drop down menu. Users can select one... more>>
  • Chapter 27: Complete webpage
  • In this Chapter we are showing how to create an effective web page with necessary fields and necessary elements and explaining how to execute the w... more>>

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