HTML – Lesson 5: Working with images – img tag

Images on the web-pages can be used in two ways: as a background and as a separate image. It is recommended to use three graphics formats: JPEG, GIF, and PNG. It is their support all browsers, for other formats may require special tools. As a rule, all of the images for the site are stored in a separate folder, for example, images. A path to the images prescribed as well as in the references. If you forget a look here. In all the following examples, the path to the images will be written based on the fact that the images are located in the images, and the pages in the folder site, located at the same level. Background Images Background ihobrazhenie fills the entire space element for which it is set. So specified in the tag attribute background = “fon.gif”, drawing fon.gif be filled the entire browser window.
Example code:

here the contents of document

Specifying a background image of the document, be sure to include as option bgcolor. This is due to the fact that the user can be switched off loading images and your beautiful background he will not see. Then does and will use the bgcolor.

Learn HTML: Lesson 4 – HTML Links

Hello, hello, hello) Today we go for 4 lesson chtml. In the video that I found you, describes how to use the links in chml. If you watch this video and learn about it, in the future it will be so helpful.

And also I would like to know about your achievements and endeavors of programming, I propose to write to me in the comments about how you have helped my blogs and maybe talk about their successes.

Well, now it’s time to get to work, all the luck)

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Learn HTML – Lesson 3

Hi guys! Well, as your success? I’m curious how my blogs help you to learn html. Today is the third lesson and it will be very interesting.After watching the video that I found you, you will learn about using a html images and tables. Everyone enjoy and academic success)


Learn HTML – Lesson 2

Hello)))))) I think today a great day for votorgo lesson. I found a great video which shows in detail how to use a hyperlink to make frames, add color and align text.

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Learn HTML – Lesson 1

Quote from Wikipedia: HTML (from the English. Hypertext Markup Language – «hypertext markup language”) – is the standard markup language documents on the World Wide Web. Virtually all web pages are created using HTML.
Let’s start with the most important.
hat begins HTML
In order to become a text file in the HTML-file, change its extension to “. Txt” on “. Html” is not enough. We must comply with the “rule of the first line”:
Each HTML-document charge any version of the HTML specification, must begin with the string declaration version HTML! DOCTYPE, which usually looks like this:
<! DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “- / / W3C / / DTD HTML 3.2 Final / / EN”>
This line will help determine the browser how to interpret the document. In this case, we tell the browser that complies with international HTML specification version 3.2 (this is proven, but very old version). As can be seen from this example, the shortest html-document consists of just one line.
Example of the shortest HTML-document:
<! DOCTYPE HTML PUBLIC “- / / W3C / / DTD HTML 3.2 Final / / EN”>



direction is designed for sites with a value of text direction. For example, using the Arabic alphabet, reading from right to left.

The property is versatile enough direction and manages the following features:

how to display text in the block;
order of the columns in the table;
position of the scroll bar in the block;
hanging position last line of the text block when text-align: justify.
For use with the built-in elements, the value of the unicode-bidi should be set as embed or override.

They are popular with no design

Hi everyone!
I really like web-sites that are easy to use.
I appreciate web-sites where I can find everything that I’m looking for in 3 seconds.
Do you remember, the main idea of Google, to create clean, simple web pages without intrusive design?  And now Google is so popular, and we use it million times a day.

P.S.: usability is more important, than super-super design…