Introduction of HTML ~ Programming Tutorials

Monday, May 5, 2014

Introduction of HTML

This is a free online tutorial to help you learn the basics of html.

The Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) is a markup language used to create hypertext documents that are platform independent. So most of what we see in the Internet web pages are made of html document.



HTML Code was originally developed by Tim Burners-Lee while at CERT, and popularized by the Mosaic browser developed at NCSA
It is called markup language because users can mark up their documents by representing structural, representational, and semantic information alongside content.

The HTML code standards are defined by the IETF working group.
The standards are defined in RFC documents.

But don't bother too much about these.
It will be used only when we go too deep in to html.
This free online code tutorial will guide you further.
Now please go to the next part, we will start the very basics.


Beginners Guide

How To
Tags List

HTML Tags

Html Tag

html, head, body

Head Tag
Body Tag
BgColor
Background

Text Manipulation

b,u,i,center,br
hr,ur,li,ol
h1,space,div
pre,font
strike,power

IMAGES

Images

Links

Link Basics
Using Links
Email Link

Special Effects

Marquee 1
Marquee 2
Blink


Using Tables

        Tables
        Table Border
        Table Color
Table Size
Table Align
Inner Table
Col Span
Row Span

Forms

Form Types
Text Fields
Buttons
Radio Button
CheckBox
Text Area
Select Box
Password
Label

Other Topics

Special Characters
Redirect
Auto Refresh
IFrame
AddressBar
Simple CSS

Media

Audio embed
Video

Meta Tags

Meta Tag


Introduction
Styles define how to display the HTML elements. Both Netscape 4.0 and IE 4.0 version support CSS.

Initially, the presentation layout was handled by the browser. But it led to so many problems. To solve the problems"World Wide Web Consortium" (w3c) - the non profit, standard setting consortium responsible for standardizing html, created styles in addition to html 4.0.

Here you will learn how to use CSS with your html elements. The look and feel of any site can be improved drastically by using CSS. Use the left panel to browse through the different cascading Style Sheet topics.




Types

Style Types
Universal
Identifiers
Userdefined
External CSS

Background Properties

Color
Background Color
Background Image
Background Repeat
Background Position
BG Attachment

Text Properties

Word Spacing
Letter Spacing
Text Decoration
Vertical Align
Text Transform
Text Align
Text Indent
Line Height

Font Properties

Font Style
Font Weight
Font Size
Font Family

Box Properties

Box Property

Border Properties

Border Color
Border Width
Border Style
Side Borders
Border