HTML Basics


<TITLE></TITLE>

<H1></H1>

<P> and <BR>

<FONT></FONT> and other text variations

<PRE></PRE>

The syntax of this command is:
<PRE>

Type in any text that you like. The text will be printed in a fixed width font,
and will observe all returns, page breaks, etc, that you type in the original HTML file.
Text wrapping and formatting to fit window size is off.

What you see is what you get.

</PRE>

<UL></UL>

<OL></OL>

A simple ordered list looks like this:

<OL>

  1. <LI>Item 1
  2. <LI>Item 2
  3. <LI>Item 3
    <OL>
    1. <LI>Subitem 1
    2. <LI>Subitem 2
      <OL>
      1. <LI>Sub-subitem 1
      2. <LI>Sub-subitem 2
      3. <LI>Sub-subitem 3
      4. <LI>Sub-subitem 4
      </OL>
    3. <LI>Subitem 3
    4. <LI>Subitem 4
    </OL>
  4. <LI>Item 4
</OL>

For finer control of your list, you can do things like:

<OL TYPE=I>

  1. <LI>Item 1
  2. <LI>Item 2
  3. <LI>Item 3
    <OL START=4 TYPE=A>
    1. <LI>Subitem 1
    2. <LI>Subitem 2
      <OL START=6 TYPE=a>
      1. <LI>Sub-subitem 1
      2. <LI>Sub-subitem 2
      3. <LI>Sub-subitem 3
      4. <LI>Sub-subitem 4
      </OL>
    3. <LI VALUE=10>Subitem 3
    4. <LI>Subitem 4
    </OL>
  4. <LI TYPE=i VALUE=12>Item 4
</OL>

<DL></DL>

<HR>

<DIV></DIV>

Soon to be covered.

ISO Latin 1 character entities


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