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Introduction - What is HTML, What it can do, what you'll need, etc. The Basics - First steps in HTML. Moving On - Further concepts. Advanced - More advanced ways to use HTML. Glossary - Explanation of terms used in this site HTML Tag and attribute reference - look up the most popular tags and their common attributes for reference
Square The Basics
square What are tags?
Square Making a first page
Square Basic formatting
Square Fonts-color and size
Square Styling your text
Square Writing 'good' HTML
Square Adding comments
  Hopefully you should now know a little about HTML, what it is, what it can do, as well as it's limitations. You know that you can create HTML pages using just a simple text editor such as Notepad. We'll now move on to examine how HTML works and how to write it. We'll see how to write correct, well-formed HTML.

We'll then move on to create a basic page. From there, we'll look at how to structure your page, and then to look at how to format text in different ways, such as using different colors and fonts.

We'll also see how to include comments in your code, which can be extremely useful when you're first starting out with HTML.

At the end of this section you should be able to make a simple HTML page, including text of different sizes, fonts and colors. You'll be able to use paragraphs, line breaks and horizontal rules to format your pages, and include comments in your code to help yourself out.

To begin, let's take a look at the building blocks of HTML - tags - and find out what they're all about!
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