Basic Web Design Tutorial Part 4

Linking pages to each other

The web is called the web because pages link to each other. Make links clear and obvious in your page. Here’s how to make a link:

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Basic Web Design Tutorial Part 3

A quick explanation of Entities (HTML encoding)

The clever ones among you might be asking “So if < and > mark tags then how do you put those symbols in a page?”. The answer is that certain symbols are encoded. Here are some common ones:
&lt; gives < (“lt” stands for less than)
&gt; gives > (“gt” stands for greater than)
&copy; will give a copyright mark (©)

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Basic Web Design Tutorial Part 2

Example 2 – a more complex page using more HTML tags

<html>
<head>
<title>The Hello World Page v2</title>
</head> (more…)
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Basic Web Design Tutorial Part 1

Example 1 – a simple HTML webpage

I’ll drop you straight into the web design with an example. Create a text file and copy the code below. Save it as “index.html” on your computer somewhere. Now double click it to open it in your default web browser.

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