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Event handlers are a vital tool for web developers, because they allow us to build a script that will run only if and when a specific event occurs. Introduced in HTML 4.0, they add a dynamic element to a website, allowing programs to run in response to your visitors' actions.
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HTML Fundamentals – The Head Section
Don't neglect the head section of your webpage. Here are some useful items you can include that will really make a difference with your site.
HTML Fundamentals – Text Design and Layout
How to format the text on your webpages and get the look you want. After all, you won't want to have every page written in the browser's default font!
HTML Fundamentals – Displaying Images
How to post images on your website, with tips on how to get the most out of your pretty pictures.
HTML Fundamentals - The Body Tag
HTML pages are divided into two main sections: the head area, and the body area. The body section is where all the ‘visible’ goodies go. This is the part of the page that your visitors actually see, so it’s important to get it right.
HTML Fundamentals - Tables
Despite the advent of CSS, the HTML table continues to be a useful layout tool for web designers.
HTML Fundamentals - Links and Anchors
How to add links and anchors to your webpages, and how to format them effectively.
HTML Fundamentals - Layout Elements
How do you get your text and images positioned correctly on the page? Use a layout element.
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