We're now at the end of this course. We've covered the most important tags and principles of HTML. You should now be
able to competently write HTML pages, include images, links, tables, forms, lists and make a site using frames.
We've looked at how search engines and directories work, how to get your site noticed by them, and how to publish your work onto the internet.
If you need to look up any tag or attribute, have a look at the reference section (click on the link in the top right corner of the screen).
I hope you've been able to learn a lot from this course, and if you didn't know the first thing about HTML before, that you'll be able to create your own pages and sites now. In the future, I'll be writing two more tutorials - one on CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and an intermediate/advanced tutorial in HTML.
Thanks for reading, and I hope you found this site useful!
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