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How to make HTML “go”:

First, get comfortable with the main components of all HTML commands.

These <> are important. They begin and end any command in HTML. They hide all commands on the live page. If you forget them, anything you write will appear on the completed ad. (We’ll call them “carrots” or greater than / less than symbols.)

The words in the middle are the “command.”

The whole combination is often called a “tag.

All commands need to be told to begin and end.

So the beginning command is just the command with < x> on either side.(i.e. <begin>.)

The end command is </ x > with a slash before the word of the command

So </begin> actually means end the beginning). If you don’t end a command it will keep on going forever.

Spacing: There are 2 ways to denote a space.

<br> = break. If you include a <br></br> at the beginning and end of a statement, it will create a space around it.

So, if I want a space in between “HTML is not that hard” and “You simply need to understand the commands,” I would write:

<br> HTML is not that hard </br><br>You simply need to understand the commands.<br>

This becomes:


HTML is not that hard,

You simply need to understand the commands.

<p> = paragraph. If you include a <p></p> at the beginning and end of a statement, it will create a space in between that line and the next.

So, I might have one paragraph, “HTML is not that hard.” And another, separate paragraph, “You simply need to understand the commands.”

<p> HTML is not that hard.</p><p> You simply need to understand the commands.</p>

Becomes:

HTML is not that hard.

You simply need to understand the commands.

Listing/ Bullets:

<ul> = unordered list. This name only means that you won’t have a numbered list. This command creates an indent for a bulleted list. Without this, your bulleted list would be against the wall of the frame. You only need to begin this at the very beginning of a list and at the very end of the list.

<li> = list. This is essentially the bullet. You need the beginning command at the front of each bulleted point and the end command and the end of each bulleted point.

So if I am creating a bulleted list, I would format it like this:

There are many reasons to use HTML: <ul> <li> It allows you to present your information as you like.</li><li> Also, it is not that difficult.</li></ul>

And it looks like:

There are many reasons to use HTML:

    • It allows you to present your information as you like.
    • Also, it is not that difficult.

Other useful commands:

<b> = bold. Begin and End the command around anything you want to be bolded.

So:<b> I’m really beginning to understand basic HTML commands!</b>

Becomes:

I’m really beginning to understand basic HTML commands!

<div align=“center”> = center. This is not used very frequently, but it is handy to know. It allows you to center all of your text. This command has a special end tag. It is </div>.

So: <div align=”center”> It sure is amazing how many different ways I can use HTML. </div>

Becomes:

It sure is amazing how many different ways I can use HTML.

<blockquote>= indent.Begin and end this command around any large chunk of text that you would like to have indented. All of the text will be indented.

So:<blockquote> This is good if there is a special note inside an advertisement that I want to set apart from everything else. This is also something that you probably will not need to use on every advertisement, but it can really emphasize certain remarks. </blockquote>

Becomes:

This is good if there is a special note inside an advertisement that you want to set apart from everything else. This is also something that you probably will not need to use on every advertisement, but it can really emphasize certain remarks.

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