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Section 2 - Basics
Section 4 - Advanced
Section 5 - Publishing
Section 6 - Extras
What if the computer could do anything you told it to do? What if you told it to sing, and it would sing, or jump and it would jump? HTML, or hypertext markup language, is a lot like that. By knowing a simple list of commands, you can get the computer to do a bunch of cool tricks.|
Commands in HTML are contained in tags. If you wanted the computer to jump, you'd simply say:
You're ready to learn your first tag, and this is an easy one. Suppose you want the computer to read a document written in HTML. Here's how you tell it to do that. You simply type:
Does capitalization count?
Here is some good news for the people who forget to turn off the capslock button - capitalization doesn't matter in the HTML code. Actually, a computer would read all three of these the same:
You just finished with your first lesson.