HTML Web Page Tutorial #2

Welcome back to part 2 of the HTML tutorial. Previously we began work on a simple html website. For the time being we only have 1 page. This tutorial we will create our contact page and and about page. Firstly though, lets make our homepage a little more interesting. Right no we have nothing really

HTML Web Page Tutorial #1

In Previous posts we have gone over a few of the basics of HTML. Now its time to put those basics into practice and create an actual webpage. Over the coming tutorials we will create a basic HTML website with a few different pages. We will also be covering CSS within these coming tutorials. CSS

HTML Attributes

All of the below information is courtesy of W3 Schools and can be found here Attribute Tag Description accept [crayon-61a279381a1d6783720016-i/] Specifies the types of files that the server accepts (only for type=”file”) accept-charset [crayon-61a279381a1e8762107694-i/] Specifies the character encodings that are to be used for the form submission accesskey Global Attribute Specifies a shortcut key

HTML Elements

As mentioned in previous tutorials, HTML elements consits of Start and End tags. Also known as Opening and Closing tags. Between the tags we instert content and all of this together is what forms HTML elements. So in short, the HTML element is everything from the start tag to the end stag. Start / Opening

Basic HTML Examples

There may be some tags used in this section that you’re not familiat with. Do not worry, these will be explained in coming tutorials. HTML Pages HTML Pages, also called documents must start with a document type decleration like [crayon-61a279382fba3879404596-i/] The HTML page starts and then ends with the [crayon-61a279382fbb0525145898-i/] tags. As menioned before, the

HTML Editors

Writting HTML from scratch when first starting out could be quite daunting for some. Using simple editors to add code highlighting and auto completing tags may seem like its cheating, but really its all there to help save time. Some people may argue that when first starting out you shouldnt use such tools to aid

What is HTML?

HTML is the standard language for creating websites. It is often linked up with other languages and frameworks to make a complete website, but this is where you start. HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language HTML describes the structure of a website to search engines and browsers using markup HTML elements are the building

C and C++ Keywords

Below is a cheat sheet for C and C++ keywords. Keywords are words already in use within the C++ or C programming language that perform specific actions operators or functions. Within the brackets or parentheses are synonyms for the operators. If you see c++ then this indicates this specific keyword is only for C++ and