Creating Web Pages Simplified by Mike Wooldridge - Read Online
Creating Web Pages Simplified
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The easiest way to learn how to create a Web page for your family or organizationDo you want to share photos and family lore with relatives far away? Have you been put in charge of communication for your neighborhood group or nonprofit organization? A Web page is the way to get the word out, andCreating Web Pages Simplified offers an easy, visual way to learn how to build one. Full-color illustrations and concise instructions take you through all phases of Web publishing, from laying out and formatting text to enlivening pages with graphics and animation.This easy-to-follow visual guide shows you the building blocks of a Web page and how to work with images, create links and forms, generate dynamic content using JavaScript, use style sheets, and publish a page on the Web. You'll learn to use HTML, create simple yet attractive Web pages, and enhance them with frames, multimedia effects, links, and more.Features full-color illustrations with step-by-step instructionsCovers everything you need to get started, including how to use HTML, how to lay out pages and format text, and how to add graphics and visual effectsShows how to make your pages more interesting with animation and sound, add links to other sites, include e-mail addresses, and moreIncludes a tear card with HTML tag references and a Web-safe color chart to keep handy as you build your pagesIf you've ever thought about building a Web page,Creating Web Pages Simplified is simply the easiest way to make it happen.1 Getting Familiar with Web Pages. Internet Basics. An Introduction to HTML. Explore Web Browsers. Explore HTML Editors. Understanding HTML Syntax. View HTML Code in a Browser.2 Creating Your First Web Page. Understanding HTML Document Structure. Start an HTML Document. Save an HTML Document. Save a Microsoft Word Document as HTML. View an HTML Page. Add a Document Declaration. Add Metadata.3 Adding Text. Create a New Paragraph. Change Paragraph Alignment. Add a Line Break. Insert a Blank Space. Insert Preformatted Text. Insert a Heading. Add Block Quotes. Insert a Comment. Create a Numbered List. Create a Bulleted List. Create a Nested List. Create a Definition List. Insert Special Characters. Special Characters.4 Formatting Text. Make Text Bold. Italicize Text. Add Underlining to Text. Change Fonts. Change Font Size. Change the Text Color. Adjust Margins. Set a Background Page Color. Add a Horizontal Rule.5 Adding Images. Understanding Web Page Images. Insert an Image. Specify an Image Size. Add Alternative Text. Create an Image Label. Align an Image Horizontally. Align an Image Vertically. Center an Image. Stop Text Wrap. Add Space around an Image. Add a Background Image.6 Adding Links. Understanding Links. Understanding URLs. Link to Another Page. Open a New Window with a Link. Link to an Area on the Same Page. Link to Another File Type. Link to an E-mail Address. Change Link Colors.7 Working with Tables. Understanding Table Structure. Add a Table. Assign a Table Border. Adjust Cell Padding and Spacing. Adjust Cell Width and Height. Add Column Labels. Add a Background Color to Cells. Insert a Background Image. Create Newspaper-Style Columns. Adjust the Table Size. Change Cell Alignment. Extend Cells across Columns and Rows. Change Table Alignment.8 Creating Forms. Understanding Forms. Types of Form Elements. Create a Form. Send Form Data to an E-mail Address. Add a Text Box. Add a Large Text Area. Add Check Boxes. Add Radio Buttons. Add a Menu. Add a Submit Button. Add a Reset Button.9 Creating Style Sheets. Understanding Style Sheets. Create an Internal Style Sheet. Create an External Style Sheet. Link to a Style Sheet. Apply a Style Locally. Apply a Style Class. Apply Styles with DIV and SPAN Tags.10 Formatting Text with Style Sheets. Add Bold to Text. Italicize Text. Indent Text.
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