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  1. 1. How to update HTML Files? 1. Open Notepad. Click File->Save As. Choose all files from the file type menu. Save your file as file.html. You can replace file with anything. Usually the main page of a website is index.html. 2. HTML (hypertext markup language) use tags. Tags are basically some text inside of <angle brackets>.You will use a variety of tags to create the webpage. There are also "end tags" which look like </text>.These end things like a bold font. 3. The first tag of a webpage is usually the <html> tag. You can put this at the top of your Notepad file. 4. The next tag is the <head> tag. Between the <head> and </head> tags are the title tag, which tells the browser what to put at the top of the window, and meta tags, which tell search engines like Google what the site is about. 5. On the next line after your <head> tag, put a <title> tag. After the title tag, write (not in angle brackets) what you want to put at the top of your website window, usually the title of your website. Now end the title by typing </title> 6. Now end your head by typing </head> 7. Next in our website comes the body tag. Type <body but leave the tag open. Theres some extra stuff that can go in here! This is where you specify the background color and text color for you website. If you wanted to have a blue background with orange text, you would use <body bgcolor="blue" text="orange"> Please note that not all colors are supported on all browsers. (for instance, dark grey probably wouldnt be supported on most browsers) 8. Between the two body tags goes the content of your webpage, what the user sees. Lets start with a header. A header is a section of large text, and is specified in HTML with <h1> through <h6>, with <h1> being the largest. So at the top of your webpage, after the body tag, might be something like <h1>Welcome to my site!</h1> Make sure you remember the end tag, or your whole webpage will be in giant! 9. Another tag that can go in the webpage body is the <p> tag, or paragraph tag. So after your header, you might have <p>Im learning how to make a website! wikiHow rules!</p> If you want a new line in your site, use the <br> tag, or break tag. 10. You probably dont want a webpage thats all plain text. So lets put in some formatting. <b> for bold text, <i> for italics, and <u> for underlining. Remember your end tags! 11. What really make a website interesting is pictures. Even with formatting, who wants to look at endless words? Use the <img> tag to do this. But, like the body tag, it needs some extra information. An img tag might look like this: <imgsrc="dog.jpg" width="200" height="200" alt="dog">.The src (source) is what the picture is called. The width and height are the width and height of the picture in pixels. 12. You want your visitors to be able to see more than just one page. To create links, use: <a href="otherpage.html">. Another page</a>The text in between the tags is what thwww.jademagnet.com #294 Kanakpura Road, Jayanagar 7 Block, Bangalore 560070, India
  2. 2. the user clicks on to get to the next page, and the href part is where their click takes them. Using tags you can let your users move effortlessly around your website. 13. To finish up, you need to end your body with </body>, and entire webpage with </html> 14. Save your work and open the .html file in your favourite web browser. thwww.jademagnet.com #294 Kanakpura Road, Jayanagar 7 Block, Bangalore 560070, India

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