For those of you who know nothing about HTML I hope that this article can shed some insight as to what it is and a few tricks of the trade that can get you started on your quest of creating a website using HTML code. Creating a website requires a lot. First, one must have the knowledge of HTML and a vivid imagination so you can keep your visitors interested and coming back every now and again. Creating a site with HTML is difficult at first but as long as you know the code and familiarize yourself with it the website can be fun, invigorating, and professional.

Creating a Website with HTML Code: The Basics

The first and most important item you need to know about would be the code itself. Everything that is used for the website has a code. Colors, fonts, font size, font types, images, image size, backgrounds and all the other elements that make up a webpage have a specific piece of HTML code. HTML itself has been compared as a separate language and to be truthful in many ways it actually is. There are hundreds of books out there on HTML and even libraries on it. I know this all sounds exhausting and many feel they are not capable of creating a website but I hope through this article I can eliminate some of the confusion and get you a little familiar with HTML and explain how simple it actually can be to have a website of your own.

HTML format is quite complex to begin with despite the simplicity of having your own website but once you understand the basics, it will be like child’s play so always keep the code short and sweet so that it becomes easy to remember it akin to a password and the format should contain a preventivo sito internet as well.

First and foremost, let’s say you haven’t discovered the right web program that would be preferred to use in order to publish your website. No problem! You can easy write out the code on a word document, or text editor by doing the following: create a new folder labeled something that will be recognized as the new website. Then, open a word document and save as a plain text or HTML file, be sure to save it in the folder that has been just created. Trust me, you want to be sure you have a safe place for the new document because after all you don’t want to put in the work of creating a website and have it be lost in the abyss of the computer.

Next, you can begin your page. For the sake of less confusion and for example purposes I will demonstrate how to write a title and a body paragraph. All pages begin with ” . This simply tells the computer that you are writing HTML code. Then hit the enter button (taking you below ”) type in (standing for heading) and below that (as in a title that you intend to name your paragraph). Then add as in the body of the page, the larger open page of the site and type in

as in a paragraph. When finished with your paragraph end it with . This tells the computer you have ended writing the paragraph. With all commands that are ended type it with . For example:

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If a specific font for your text or color is desired add it in the command. The same goes for backgrounds, images, sound bites, videos, etc.

HTML Lingo

Here is a list of commonly used HTML code that can get you started with your website writing and creating. Of course this is not all of it but a handful can get make it more comfortable to deal with.

  • a-creating links
  • i-italics
  • href-specifying where the URL of the page goes to
  • br-line breaks
  • img-images
  • span-custom character styles
  • *remember your !

As far as colors go, they are all codes mixed with letters and number such as black would be #00000 and dark green would be #002809. You can’t really tell the color by the numbers and letters unless you specifically know the HTML by heart but the numbers and letters translate into the specified color that can make your website more lively and less boring.

Getting a Web Publishing Program

Like I had previously stated, you can start writing the code for the website without having the program, but, in order to publish the site it would be better by purchasing one such as Namo Web Editor. I personally like that program because it allows you to work with HTML, visual editing, and a preview of what your site will look like when it is publicly published all why you are creating the website. Of course there are other programs that can be explored that fit your ideals of good publishing and work best .

Closing

So whether you’re creating a website for your church, experimenting on myspace, editing your blog or whatever else you may be doing, HTML is something you have to know a little about. There are many books on the specifics of codes and even websites that can share code. The career opportunities that are available for those who can understand and work with this code are phenomenal. I hope that this article has something to offer to you as far as HTML goes. Have fun and good luck!

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Chris Bennett is a travel enthusiast who wishes to publish his travel experiences someday. He is here to learn more about what people think about the different trends and happenings across the globe.