This is some header text
This header text is smaller
In HTML, all spaces, tabs, newlines and other white spaces
are compressed (i.e., this text is all printed on the same
line, and wrapped to the length of the screen, and these
spaces are all compressed to one space. If
you want to explicitly display a certain number of spaces,
use these characters: For newlines (carriage
returns), use the "br" tag:
You can also use "p" tags to create separate lines.
To adjust text size and color, use the "font" tag:
Little blue text
Big red text
To display a link to a web site, use the "a" tag:
To display images, use the "img" tag:
To make an image link to a URL, use "img" and "a":
click the image:
This text is bolded.
The "pre" tag displays preformatted text.
Spaces, tabs, newlines, etc. are kept intact.
You can add a horizontal separator line with the "hr" tag:
Center anything on a page with the "center" tag:
Tables are used to display rows and columns of data. They
can also be used to align portions of an HTML page in certain
areas of the screen (i.e., to layout menu bar areas, headers,
main content areas, and footers):
Try resizing the page to see how centering, text wrapping and
table layouts work.
You can set "td"s to span as many columns as
needed, using the "colspan" setting, and you
can use the "valign" property to set where
in the cell text is placed. "bgcolor" sets
the cell's background color.
You can set size properties of all different
parts of the table, using either percentage
or pixel values.