HTML TUTORIALS
BY
JOHN C. GILSON


HTML TUTORIALS

html tutorials Looking for help on how to learn HTML basics? Brantford Educational Services welcomes you to John Gilson's HTML tutorial series. In the table below are 21 free HTML lessons designed to teach you all you need to know to create HTML code for your own web pages and also to challenge those who already have HTML experience. If you have little experience with HTML coding, then we recommend that you start with Lesson One, then do Lesson Two, then Lesson Three, and so on. These HTML tutorials are designed to be taken in order. Soon you will be creating web pages like a professional!

html tutorials

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 HTML LESSONS
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INTRODUCTION
About the author
and these lessons

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LESSON ONE
Introducing HTML

LESSON TWO
Getting started

LESSON THREE
<BR>, <P>, <HR>
and other basic tags

LESSON FOUR
Emphasizing text
and Header tags

LESSON FIVE
Creating Lists
and Indenting

LESSON SIX
Creating Page Links,
Link Buttons, E-mail

LESSON SEVEN
Images - Part 1
Formats, attributes

LESSON EIGHT
Images - Part 2
Links and Thumb-nails

LESSON NINE
Changing Color
Color Codes

LESSON TEN
RGB Color Table

LESSON ELEVEN
Basic
Tables

LESSON TWELVE
Advanced Tables,
Side-lines

LESSON THIRTEEN
Frames

LESSON FOURTEEN
Transparent Images

LESSON FIFTEEN
Animated Gifs
Led Signs, Banners

LESSON SIXTEEN
Forms

LESSON
SEVENTEEN
More Text Formatting

LESSON EIGHTEEN
Index of HTML 2.0
and HTML 3.2 Tags

LESSON NINETEEN
The Remaining Tags

LESSON TWENTY
Image Maps

LESSON
TWENTY-ONE
Fun with JavaScript


These 21 free web page design lessons given above are for your personal enjoyment and learning experience. These lessons are Copyright ©, Brantford Educational Services, 1997 - 2012 by local and international copyright laws. All rights reserved. Except for this domain name only (www.htmltutorials.ca), these lessons may not, in any shape or form, be uploaded to the internet or placed on anyone else's website. Unfortunately, that has happened on a number of occasions and is not fair to the author. If you find a copyright violation, please report it to webmaster@htmltutorials.ca
 


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