Learn HTML – A Video HTML Course
It is important to learn HTML if you have any form of web page that can be formatted using it. HTML, or hypertext mark-up language, is not so much a computer language as originally a means of formatting so that links could be passed between pages on the World Wide Web, other known as hyperlinks.
HTML is the basis of many websites, and can be used to customize your own pages on sites such as MySpace. Knowledge of HTML is therefore useful to have. Here is a list of potential uses to which a knowledge of the language can be put (we shall call it a language for the sake of simplicity).
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HTML has several uses on a website that can be split into text formatting, hyperlinks, graphics and search engine tags. Here is a brief explanation of each:
HTML is used to format text in every way you can imagine. It is used to enhance text, such as bold, italics, underline and color. In fact anything you can do with text using a word processor such as Word, you can also do with HTML.
You have a much wider color palate with HTML than you have with a word processor, and you can produce special effects that a word processor cannot offer. If you learn HTML you can also change fonts, text size and mix fonts within a sentence if you want.
When you learn HTML you will find out how it is use to make spaces between words, line breaks and new paragraphs. You can change line and character spacing, tabs and even ad drop capitals at the start of paragraphs.
Your HTML course will show you how to link text to other web pages, so that these pages can be accessed by clicking on the link. Hyperlinks can also be used to enable you to download other web pages, software, music, videos and any other products that can be sent over the internet. You can link from one page on your website to another in the same or a different site. Hyperlinks also link to payment processors and allow you to order, pay for and receive delivery of products.
Graphics files can be stored in a central directory and called up by an HTML link to show on your website. They can also be hyperlinked. So that clicking on a graphic will take you somewhere else on the web. You can also design a variety of tables and other graphical representations of data.
When you learn HTML you will find out how to scroll text across the page and many other dynamic and scintillating effects that can transform a simple page into a thing of beauty – but don’t overdo it. Web pages should not be too fussy, and should never distract your visitors away from the reason you want them there.
You will learn that some HTML tags, such as Meta tags and Heading (H) tags, provide search engines with important information about your web pages. Knowledge of HTML could be critical to the success of an online business, be it your major income source or just for spending money.
WHERE HTML IS USED
HTML is used in many online situations, other than Manchester web design and development. That’s why it is so important that anybody seriously intending to use the internet to promote a website or other online platform should learn HTML. Learning how to use HTML properly will not only enable you to design or even just modify your website, but will also help you with the following:
1. Squidoo Lenses: although Squidoo lenses can be managed with no knowledge of HTML, they look far better when properly formatted using HTML.
2. Emails: When you learn HTML you will understand how to use HTML links to send readers to web pages of your choice. You can also add color and tables to your emails, and make them look just like mini web pages.
3. MySpace: Some social networking sites such as MySpace allow you to use HTML to pimp up your page and your Profile. This sets you above the rest and gets you more visitors. Not only that, but your page can look really fabulous. That’s one of the attractions of learning HTML.
4. Article Marketing: Many directories publish their articles in HTML format, so not only should you take an HTML course to enable you to construct a proper resource, but also to make the most of your article submissions.