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Practical Guide to HTML
Chapter 1. Introductory remarks

Why you need this guide?
What is HTML?
What you need to master HTML?
Required retreat of HTML editors

Chapter 2. Our first HTML-document

How is HTML-document
Mandatory labels
\u003chtml\u003e and \u003c/html\u003e
\u003chead\u003e and \u003c/head\u003e
\u003ctitle\u003e and \u003c/title\u003e
\u003cbody\u003e and \u003c/body\u003e
\u003cH1\u003e and \u003c/H1\u003e - \u003cH6\u003e and \u003c/H6\u003e
\u003cP\u003e and \u003c/P\u003e

Chapter 3. Within a paragraph,

Unpaired tags
End of line: \u003cBR\u003e
Horizontal line: \u003cHR\u003e
& -sequences
Comments
Formatting text
Physical Styles
Logical Styles

Chapter 4. The text in the document

Unordered lists: \u003cUL\u003e and \u003c/UL\u003e
Numbered lists: \u003cOL\u003e and \u003c/OL\u003e
Definition lists: \u003cDL\u003e and \u003c/DL\u003e
Nested lists
Formatted text: \u003cPRE\u003e and \u003c/PRE\u003e
The text is indented: \u003cBLOCKQUOTE\u003e and \u003c/BLOCKQUOTE\u003e

Chapter 5. Outside the HTML-file

Binding
Images in HTML-document

Chapter 6. Secret becomes clear, invisible or visible action tags

Colours HTML-document
Title HTML-document: that it might be interesting?

Chapter 7. Tables

What are tables?
How does the table

Chapter 8. Forms

What are forms?
How does form
The simplest form
As a form of collecting data
A little trick or how to send the form by mail

Chapter 9. Some (supposedly useful) advice on the design and placement of HTML-pages

Etiquette in the development of HTML-documents
Developer Tools: biased advice
Where you can place your page

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