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4.2 Incorporating Lists in Web pages

You can create plain, numbered or bulleted lists.  You can as well nest one list into another.  All lists are formed by code that specifies what sort of list you want to create, UL for Unordered List and DL for Unordered List and DL for definition lists.  4.2.1. Ordered  Lists To Create Ordered List: Type


4.1 Introduction

The HTML specification contains special codes for incorporating Lists, Tables and to get Input from the user using Forms.  Lists and Tables are handy display elements that can be used to display information in a structured manner.  You can use forms with its text, text-field, check-boxes, radio-buttons, password boxes, text area and button elements to


4.0. Objectives

At the end of this lesson you will be able to: Use Ordered and Unordered lists in your Web page. Distinguish between Ordered lists, Unordered lists and Definition lists. Display information in Tabular form. List the various Form Elements. Use various frame elements to create a form to get user information. Divide the Web page


HTML Tutorial Summary

HTML is a markup language created for documentation using text formatting. HTML programs are written using tags. Text formatting can be done using physical and logical layout, using tags like <BOLD>, <ITALIC>, <STRONG>, <EM>, <H1>, etc. Tags contain keywords and attributes. Links to other pages can be created using <A> tag and images can be


3.7 Using Images and pictures in Web Page

A picture or an image in the web page can be inserted using the <IMG>tag.  The <IMG> tag has several attributes to inform the source of the picture, height of the picture, width of the picture, alignment etc.  the following are some of its important attributes Src Height Width Align Alt The src attributes specifies


3.6 Linking Web Pages using Hyper Links

HTML is not just another way to create beautiful documents, however.  Its key ingredient is in its first part of its name:  Hypertext.  HTML documents can contain links to other HTML documents or to practically anything else in the internet.  This means you can create several Web pages and have your users jump from one


3.5 HTML Text Formatting

HTML offers you two ways in which you can emphasize your text:  with logical markers and physical markers.  Logical markers allow your users to choose how to view important text for example in bold, red lettering say in all their web pages, while physical formatting appears how you, the page’s designer wanted it to be.


3.4.1 HTML Headings

Headings can be created with tags H1 to H6.  H1 will make a bigger heading, H2 will make a smaller one and H3 will make still a smaller heading and so on.  For example if you want to name your company (Basic Information Group Ltd.) to appear a big heading, you should type as follows:


3.4 HTML Documents

Every HTML document begins with the <HTML> tag and ends with the corresponding end tag </HTML>.  A document has the following two sections. 1. Head 2. Body How to start and finish an HTML document? 1. Type <HTML> 2. Create your HTML document. 3. Type </HTML> The head section The head section begins with the


3.3 HTML Tags and Attributes

The key to HTML is in the tags.  Tags are keywords enclosed in less than “<” and greater than”>” signs that indicate what kind of content is coming up.  The HTML documents can be opened in a special program called browser.  A browser can interpret the HTML tags and then show the formatted document on


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