HTML Tips, Tricks and Links by Steve Bergen
|HTML Basics for Beginners|
|A Few More HTML Tricks|
|HTML Links and References on the Web|
|Clip Art, Gifs, Copyright Friendly Graphics and Animation|
|Web Links & Utilities for Validating Web Pages and Promoting your Web Site|
|My Teaching Philosophy regarding HTML|
HTML Basics for Beginners
Explanation: I used <&npsp;> <&npsp;> <&npsp;> <&npsp;> between each word
Explanation: I used <p><&npsp;></p> <p><&npsp;></p> <p><&npsp;></p>
<a href="song.mp3" onclick="window.open (this.href, 'child', 'height=100,width=400'); return false">click</a>
Virtually everyone I have seen who has NO BASE of HTML encounters irresolvable problems when dealing with FrontPage or PageMill or whatever. They run into problems that they cannot resolve and basically have to give up or find someone to fix the situation.
I understand that time is digital and one must set priorities, but to me, it is so important to have a SOLID BASE of working with HTML before proceding to use and rely on a web-making program like PageMill or FrontPage.
There are so many values in teaching students about HTML in grades 7-9. Let me count the ways: