Very Basic HTML
Below are a few HTML codes between arrows that look like this
You should be able to copy paste any of the following codes onto your web page and have them work. Then just deleat what I have in there and type in what you want between the codes. If you open another window you will be able to go back and forth between the two pages.
The key to web pages is patients and practice.
You will notice that there are two sets of arrows around each code
one is to start the code and the other is to stop it.
The code is very fussy, if you make a space where a space should not be it will not work, if you leave out a space it will not work. If you write htpp instead of http or leave out letters, comas, " , #, / it will not work.
HTML (hypertext markup language)
Basicly what you need to learn so that you can get what you want to show up on your web page.
Thus you begin each page with:
The body is the main part of your page. You begin it with a line of code or tags to chose the colors/graphics for your page.
Without picture background:
<BODY BGCOLOR="#000000" text="#000000" link="#000000" vlink="#000000">Example
(Note: The above codes should not wrap (go down to the next line) inside of your file manager, the codes should be in a continuous line across the page. In the example above on my computer it does not wrap, to show you what I mean. If you have a smaller screen, or have the font (text) larger then it may go down to the next line, but if you copy paste them on your note pad it should go straight across with no breaks in the lines. Otherwise it will not work with some browswers.
When you are finished with the main part of your page type </BODY> to stop the body.
What you may wish to include in the body: TEXT
<h1>Size One</h1> Good for Titles
<h2>Size Two</h2> Ok for Titles
<h3>Size Three</h3> Ok for Text
<h4>Size Four</h4> Good for Text
<h5>Size Five</h5> Getting kinda small
<h6>Size Six</h6> hmmm sure it's good for something :)
TYPES OF TEXT
MAKING TEXT APPEAR ON THE PAGE AS YOU WANT IT:
<BR> makes a break
LINE, BAR, RULE
<hr>Makes a single line like you see separating each section on this page.
Begining on the page now you will find code like <a href="http:// etc"> and <img src="http:// etc"> this is an address (some call it the addy, url etc). If you look at the top of your screen you should see a white box, and before it you will see the word "Address".
This is the Address for this page:
Each page on the internet has a different address. In the code you must put the address you need between the "quote marks", so what you wish to do will work.
(USING TEXT AS LINK)
E-Mail <A HREF="mailto:Put your e-mail here">Put your e-mail here</A>
It will look like this:
To see how to get music from the internet to your site Go Here
(This is the code used to make the music when you came to the page.)
<embed src="ojesus.mid"autostart=true><bg sound="ojesus.mid">