HTML and CSS Reference
In-Depth Information
A ppendix B
HTML basics
f you've never created a web page before picking up this topic, this
appendix will bring you up to speed on the fundamentals of Hypertext
Markup Language (HTML) so you can fully enjoy the rest of the topic. It
covers these areas:
Basic HTML syntax: what it's made up of
Common HTML elements for text, metadata, links, and images
What makes a particular text file an HTML document
How to learn by example with View Source
This short appendix will be a whirlwind introduction. To get you up to
speed as quickly as possible it's opinionated about issues that are funda-
mentally a matter of style or preference. I won't waste your time showing
you several slightly different ways of doing the same thing; I'll concen-
trate on the things you need to know to understand the HTML in this
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