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Is there a script book for the htlm code for web pages?

by spy HH / December 9, 2004 12:13 AM PST

Hi,

Once i tryed to create a web page putting hiperlinks and link that openend another things, but unfortunaly, it only worked on my computer's files!!

I asked an expert about this and he told me that i needed htlm codes.

but i searched every where and there's no codes and they are a bit complicaded!

The i try with front page but i could not.

I also Read in help and support center that notepad could be very usefull.

But is obiusly that you need the web codes!

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Re: Is there a script book for the htlm code for web pages?
by caktus / December 9, 2004 9:31 AM PST

The HTML Primer's 7 Lessons (& test lab links at the bottom of each lesson) seem to explain it kind of straight foreward. After that they have some odds and ends through out the site that I've found useful.

http://www.htmlprimer.com/

Also free web hosts i.e. http://www.freeservers.com and http://www.geocities.com and many others listed on Google make it pretty easy to get a site up and running quickly.

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helpful book
by blockhead / January 17, 2005 10:54 PM PST

I found this book helpful:
Elizabeth Castro's
"HTML for the World Wide Web" 5th Edition.
Published by PeachPit Press

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The easiest book to learn HTML
by DStrong / March 27, 2005 1:45 AM PST
In reply to: helpful book

The best book to learn HTML from is SAMS Teaches You HTML in 24 Hours. It breaks up the basics into 24 different lessons on the how to's of HTML.

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books, video's and web pages to study HTML
by hogswin / May 29, 2005 12:22 AM PDT

Hello:

Books yea, ok but why purchase a book when you can study HTML online for FREE.....?????????

You might try www.w3schools.com
They have free training for all or many languages including HTML and I found it to be excellent!!!!! and did I mention they are FREE

You may also try searching google.com or dogpile.com for HTML tutorials. and other tutorials

If worse comes to worse you may check out your local library. They even have videos on HTML or at least mine did....and several helpful books and I live in a small town too...

I hope this helps and good luck!!!

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