This tutorial is dedicated to the learning of the HTML language or more particularly to the XHTML which can be considered as the successor language to the HTML.
As you will see by following this course, it is very quick and easy to learn the basics of HTML in order to create your first Web site. You will find 16 articles detailing the philosophy of the XHTML language, the good practices of use and the main tags.
Layout of your content in XHTML
A good layout allows you to highlight your content. The formatting of text is based on the use of tags but also of styles via the CSS language.
Thus, it is advisable to use certain tags for your titles and subtitles and others for your paragraphs and lists (Enumeration, classification…). In the same way, there are tags to write in italics, bold or even quote people or books.
The magic of the web is largely based on the links you can put on your pages to your favorite sites.
To illustrate your texts, there is nothing better than images. There are also tags and rules to respect.
Interactivity, forms and HTML
In order to make your site more lively, you will see that it is possible to set up forms very easily in order to propose interactions between your site and your visitors. This is very practical, for example to send emails and launch surveys. In a few hours, checkboxes, drop-down lists and radio buttons will no longer hold any secrets for you.
I hope you will enjoy this HTML course and that you will soon put a new website online.