How to create webpage
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A web page is stored in a file known as the html file. These files can be made in any program which can edit text files. Creating a web page for the Internet is exciting
- Specialized software
it does need a lot of practice but once you get the hang of it
you can put your creativity to use and be innovative
and have fun while creating web pages. First of all
you have to decide what you want in your web page. It could be that you want to advertise for a certain product
publish a book
or share the reviews of a book that you have written or maybe you would want to create a magazine which is related to your paintings. Anything that has meaning can be published on a web page. Irrespective of the matter to be published on the web page
the directions to do so are to be followed in a particular method. This is how you do it.
Here we shall go step-by-step to create a simple web page. When you start the page, use the tag to show it is an html page, such as < >. These are called tags. Then make a title for the page, so a head is needed, this way <head>. The title is placed at the start of the page, and it comes within the tag. So the title will be written <title> tag: <title> My homepage</title>.
The whole page is known as the body so we enter the <body> tag, and the color to use on the page. For example: <body bgcolor='#ffffff' text='#000000' link='#00ffff' a link='#000000'>. Now you can start writing the text you want on the page. If you want a line break, then enter the <br> tag. Different people have different sizes on their windows, a perfect page might not look perfect to another person, since line breaks are put. When you are adding pictures, then use a special tag, such as <img>. Specify size of the image, the thickness of frame.
To put a link to other documents or pages, you have to write this: <a href='http://www.yoursite.com/'>yoursite</a>. This will create a link to www.cnn.com, called 'cnn'. Put a picture link too such as <a href='http://www.yoursite.com/'><img src='yourimage.gif' alt='your image description' width='200' align='middle' border='0'></a>.
At the end of the page, terminate the tags that were opened by entering </body> and </html>.