In this document, I'll try to make use of the more common HTML commands, so that you can see them in action. They include:
Right now he's a happy clam.
<TITLE>A Simple Sample</TITLE> <H1>A Simple Sample</H1> <! This is a comment !> This is a simple HTML document. All of the HTML that was written to produce this document will be presented at the end. That way you can print out this entire document and use it as it stands. <P> <! This creates a blank line and breaks text flow !> In this document, I'll try to make use of the more common HTML commands, so that you can see them in action. They include: <UL> <LI>Unordered lists (like this one) <LI>Ordered lists (numbered lists) <LI>Paragraph breaks, gaps, and horizontal rules <LI>Headers and Titles <LI>Some of the character manipulations. <LI>Links, images, and other HTML nifties. </UL> However, if you want more information on things like: <UL> <! I often use UL just to create an indentation!> Images, Tables, Backgrounds </UL> <! Commands can appear anywhere in the text flow. I've just tried to make things neat so that this is easier to read. !> Then go read my other HTML help pages. <HR WIDTH=80% SIZE=4> <I>Please</I> try to remember that this is not a complete catalog of HTML stuff: it's just a general starting point. There are a lot of excellent HTML manuals out on the net. Take a look in my <A HREF="../bookmarks.html">Bookmarks</A> to see some of these. <P> <IMG SRC="./music.gif" ALT="Mozilla" ALIGN=RIGHT WIDTH=158 HEIGHT=116> <HR> This is my pal, <FONT SIZE=+2><B>Mozilla</B></FONT>. He's a pretty friendly guy, so long as you don't rub his scales the wrong way. <P> Right now he's a happy clam. <HR> <BR CLEAR=RIGHT> I guess that's about it. This should give you a rough idea of how to write an HTML document. Now I'll include all the HTML I just wrote, below, inside a PRE command. <HR SIZE=10>