In our interactive HTML courseware, a carefully selected video will be followed by quizzes and checkpoints. Complete a series of hands-on exercises and practice while writing real html code.
Our videos are concise, checkpoints are enjoyable, and learning is guaranteed.
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Whether you want to further your career or simply gain a new skill, this tutorial will be useful for you.
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Basic to advanced level HTML programs are covered.
Step by step tutorials.
The following important concepts are covered in this app
- Text Formatting
- HTML Styles
- HTML Links
- HTML Images
- HTML Tables
- HTML Lists
- HTML Inputs
If you are learning HTML language, this is a perfect app for you. This will get you started.
Build great, flexible and eye catching websites.
This uses youtube player for the best HD playback experience.
- Object animation
- Rich videos
- Light weight and Movable to SD card
Html Reader is very simple to use.
Included the ability to copy text to clipboard.
New UI Interface.
Added recent files screen.
Improved page rotation.
Other small improvements.
Corrected some bug with recent files screen and with back button.
Better Recent files screen.
It can open some types of files linked in the HTML page.
Full screen added.
Corrected some bug.
The program uses startApp ads, it is not a virus. It only creates shortcuts on the home screen, or bookmark on your browser, not virus
Welcome to HTML... This is Primer #1 in a series of seven that will calmly introduce you to the very basics of HyperText Mark-up Language. I suggest you take the Primers one at a time over seven days. By the end of the week, you'll easily know enough to create your own HTML home page. No really. You will. I say that because many people scoff at the notion that they can actually learn this new Internet format. I'm still amazed that the best-selling line of computer books calls its readers "Dummies." And people seem to revel in that title. Some of the smartest people I know love to proclaim themselves "Dummies" regarding every aspect of computers. Strange. I think you'll do a whole lot better at your next cocktail party by handing out your home page address rather than laughing about how dumb you are about the Internet. You Can Do This!
Let's Get Started
I am assuming at the beginning of this tutorial that you know nothing about HTML. I am assuming, however, some computer knowledge. You wouldn't be looking at this page without having some knowledge. To continue with these Primers, you will need...
A computer (obviously)
A browser like Mozilla Firefox, Netscape Navigator, Microsoft Internet Explorer, or Opera. If you're looking at this page, you already have one. If you look up at the title bar at the very top of your screen it will probably say the page title ("Basic HTML: Introduction") and then your browser's name.
A word processor. If you have access to Windows "Notepad" or "WordPad" programs or the MAC "Simple Text" program, use that to get started.
If you have those three things, you can write HTML with the best of them. Now here are a few questions you probably have:
Q. I have a MAC (or PC) -- will this work on my computer?
A. Yes. HTML does not use any specific platform. It works with simple text. More on that in a moment...
Q. Must I be logged onto the Internet to do this? More specifically, will learning this throw my cost for on-line way up?
A. Neither. You will write off-line.
Q. Do I need some sort of expensive program to help me write this?
A. No. You will write using just what I outlined above. You can buy those programs if you'd like, but they're not needed. I've never used one.
Q. Is this going to require I learn a whole new computer language like Basic or Fortran or some other cryptic, God-awful, silly-lookin', gothic extreme gobbledygook?
A. Touchy-touchy, aren't we? "No" is the answer. HTML is not a computer language. Allow me to repeat that in bold... HTML is not a computer language!
P/S :Content is copied from online sources (w3school, tizag.com).
We love creating apps, and want to keep them free forever. In order to keep our development running we are using a search service to generate some revenue from this free app. This app will add a couple search links on your device in the form of an icon, bookmark link and browser homepage. You may delete them easily (drag to the trash or delete the link for the browser), if you choose to use them, thanks!
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Ideal for web authoring and programming on the go. Now you can select text encoding - Japan, Chinese, Korean, Cyrillic, Western and Central Europe. Available encodings: ASCII, UTF-8, Win-1252, Win-1250, KOI-8, Win-1251, etc.
Lite version has limited code completion support - you can select only first suggested item. Also, preview is not available. We recommend AndFtp ftp client (https://market.android.com/details?id=lysesoft.andftp) to use with your server.
Hotkeys for external keyboard: Ctrl+C (copy), Ctrl+V (paste), Ctrl+Z (undo), Ctrl+Y (redo), Ctrl+R (open Recent Files), Ctrl+F (search), Ctrl+G (goto line).
We are working hard to add more new features to our html editor. Please feel free to email your wishes to us!
* Bold, Underline, Italic
* Horizontal row and Line break.
* URL address
* Table, Table Row , and Table Data
* Bullet buttons (
* Automatic indentation upon using the shortcut buttons
It has a built-in web browser as an on-the-fly preview for your HTML file. The preview will change as you type the HTML code. The preview can be hidden for the sake of small displays.
Most of the shortcut buttons have a dialogue boxes that contain forms that eases typing the attribute names of the selected tag by tying them for you after filling the form of the selected tag.
You may also simply turn this application as an application to save notes .
HTML code can be saved to and opened from the external storage ( i.e. your SD card ).
You may save as much as you want of files
Starting version 1.4, complete conversion to PDF is available.
You can also toggle the visibility of the title/action bar on the top of the app to get a wider view. (this requires a phone whose Android version is greater than 3.0 ) .
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Please write the review in either English or Arabic. The computer translation is weak.
WARNING: Please don't open files over 1MB in size using this application on small mobile phones. mobiles are not dedicated for such purpose.
H-T-M-L are initials that stand for HyperText Markup Language (computer people love initials and acronyms -- you'll be talking acronyms ASAP). Let me break it down for you:
Hyper is the opposite of linear. It used to be that computer programs had to move in a linear fashion. This before this, this before this, and so on. HTML does not hold to that pattern and allows the person viewing the World Wide Web page to go anywhere, any time they want.
Text is what you will use. Real, honest to goodness English letters.
Mark up is what you will do. You will write in plain English and then mark up what you wrote. More to come on that in the next Primer.
Language because they needed something that started with "L" to finish HTML and Hypertext Markup Louie didn't flow correctly. Because it's a language, really -- but the language is plain English.
HTML is not a programming language, but rather a markup language. If you already know XML, then HTML will be a snap for you to learn. We urge you not to attempt to blow through this tutorial in one sitting. We recommend that you spend 15 minutes to an hour a day practicing HTML and then take a break, to let the information settle in. We aren't going anywhere!
preparation for html
Creating an HTML document is easy. To begin coding HTML you need only two things: a simple-text editor and the dedication to follow our tutorial! Notepad is the most basic of simple-text editors and you will probably code a fair amount of HTML with it.
If you are new to HTML and haven't read through the Beginner's Tutorial, please take a few minutes to complete that tutorial before moving on.
brief html background
HTML has not been around for many years. November 1990 marks the day of the first web page and back then there were little to no HTML standards to be followed. A group called the World Wide Web Consortium was then formed and have since set the standards that are widely accepted and we will base our teachings around them.
Web pages have many uses. Here are some important facts about why web pages are so useful.
A cheap and easy way to spread information to a large audience.
Another medium to market your business.
Let the world know about you with a personal website!
words to know
Tag - Used to specify ("mark-up") regions of HTML documents for the web browser to interpret. Tags look like this:
Element - A complete tag, having an opening and a closing .
Attribute - Used to modify the value of the HTML element. Elements will often have multiple attributes.
For now just know that a tag is a command the web browser interprets, an element is a complete tag, and an attribute customizes or modifies HTML elements.
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You don't need to spend money on web design programs or enroll in expensive courses to learn how to make a website. Although HTML, the code for making webpages, may look complicated, it's quite easy to learn, In fact it's easier than learning how to use web design software.
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Learn CSS while listening to carefully selected YouTube videos followed by our interactive quizzes and checkpoints. Complete a series of entertaining exercises and practice while filling out actual CSS templates.
Our videos are concise, checkpoints are enjoyable, and learning is guaranteed.
Collect colorful points and beat other players throughout the world while learning the fundamentals of web design.
Learn while playing and play while learning with our CSS tutorial! Whether you want to further your career or simply gain a new skill, this tutorial will be useful for you.