How to Learn HTML
- How to Learn HTML
- Lesson 1: Cleaning for a Reason
- Lesson 2: What is a Meta Tag
- Lesson 3: How to Comment Out HTML
- Lesson 4: On The Job Training
Tell me, what do you like about being your own boss? That's what I asked over 100 local business owners last week. You know what they told me? The freedom of being able to do what they want was high on the list, along with money, family and friends.
I interviewed local businesses and found out they all have something in common, authority. They all went into business to be in charge. Now, I know that's not a very good reason, but it does exist.
They like being able to get things done when they need or want it done. They like having the authority of deciding on employee's starting rate, promotions, firing, and even being the cleaning authority. Who does the cleaning at your employment. Maybe they get you to do most of the cleaning. They got you cleaning for a reason, I just haven't figured out what it is, yet.
Cleaning for a Reason
Well anyway, I discovered some best practices about writing HTML, CSS, and any other programming languages. Do you mind if I share them with you? I'm hoping that by the end of this tutorial, you make yourself the cleaning authority of your Internet business. It's how to get organized and stay organized. If you're going to be learning how to design websites, write programming languages, develop an Internet business then you need to know this stuff.
How to Get Organized and Stay Organized
Choose the right DOCTYPE Writing HTML code, It can be time consuming. There's nothing like putting in hours of tedious work, only to discover you been writing in the wrong format.
- HTML5 <!DOCTYPE html>
- HTML 4.01 Strict
- HTML 4.01 Transitional
- HTML 4.01 Frameset
- XHTML 1.0 Strict
- XHTML 1.0 Transitional
- XHTML 1.0 Frameset
- XHTML 1.1
Use all heading tags Great for SEO rankings - Search engines like to see web pages using all of the heading tag. You should only use one h1 heading per page, but the other six html heading tags can be used as many time as you like. I created a list of one way to use heading tags. Tell me in the discussion group ways you use h1-h6 tags.
- h1 - only use one per page; use as title with keyword
- h2 - use as sub title with keywords
- h3 - use as sub title with keywords
- h4 - use as sub title
- h5 - use as sub title
- h6 - I really don't know who can read type this small.
Always use brackets to open and close tags
- These are brackets < >
- This is an HTML close tag /
- This is an example of an open tag <body>
- Notice the difference in this example of a closed tag </body>
Know the HTML code tags
- Where to use
- When to use
Use lowercase while you are writing you html tags
- This is the correct format <style>
- This is wrong <STYLE>
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