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First of all, you need to know what is web development? Throughout this information, we provide lots of figures and code samples to beside you and to show you what your results should look like. You flitted your own text and images if you prefer, or you can duplicate. The step-by-step instructions will work regard- You'll have developed your first HTML document, computer headings, horizontal rules, and even some character-level formatting. TIP We recommend that you practice using HTML by doing the examples throughout this and other information.
CREATING, SAVING, AND VIEWING HTML DOCUMENTS
Exactly how you start a new HTML document depends on which operating system and editor you're using. In general, though, you'll find that starting a new HTML document is similar to starting other documents you've created. With Windows or Macintosh, you'll choose File - New Or, if you're using Unix, you'll type vi, pico, or emacs, and use the appropriate commands. You'll make your new document an official HTML document by saving it as such, which is discussed next. Before you begin hand-coding HTML, be aware that you should frequently save and view your work so that you can see your progress. By doing so, you can make sure that things appear as you expect and catch mistakes within a few new lines of code. For example, we typically add few new lines of code, save the HTML document, and then view it.. tHl add a few more lines of code, save the document, and view it.... Exa how often you save and view your documents depends on your preference, but, at least initially, you'll probably be doing it frequently.
Creating Your First HTML Document
1. Open your text editor
2. Start a new document. If you're using Windows or Macintosh choose File > New>. If you're using Unix, type view of pico to start the editor
3. Enter the HTML code and text you want to include. You’ll have plenty of practice
4. Save your document. If you're using Windows or Macintosh,
choose File > Save or File > Save As.
GUIDELINES FOR SAVING FILES
You work your way through this chapter, keep these saving and viewing guidelines in mind: Name the file with an htm or html extension. Windows 3. doesn't recognize four-character extensions, so you are limited to htm on that platform. If you aren't using a text-only editor such as Notepad or Teach-Text, verify that the file type is set to Text or ASCII (or HTML, if that's an available menu option). If you use word-processing programs to create HTML documents, save your documents as HTML, Text Only, ASCII, DOS Text, or Text With Line Breaks (the specific options will vary with your word processor). Use only letters, numbers, hyphens (-), underscores (J, and "periods (.) in your filename. Most browsers also accept spaces in filenames; however, spaces often make creating links difficult. Save the document (and the rest of the documents and files associated with a particular project) in one folder. You'll find that this makes using links, images, and other advanced effects easier. Viewing the HTML documents that you develop is as simple as opening them from your local hard drive in your browser.
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