HTML

Below are some HTML Codes that may be helpful in making your web pages
Parts in Blue are Variables


Bold, Italic, Underline Text:
<B>Text</B> - Bold Text
<I>Text</I> - Italic Text
<U>Text</U> - Underlined Text


Example:
<B>I'm Bold</B>, <I>I'm Italic</I>, <U>I'm Underlined</U>
I'm Bold, I'm Italic, I'm Underlined

Linking to Other Pages:
<A HREF="UrlToPage">Link Text Here</A>

»The A tag is used to link to other pages or to a different spot within the page.
»The UrlToPage is the address to the website.
»Insert the text you want users to click where Link Text Here is.


Example:
<A HREF="http://www.cape.com/" TARGET=_blank">Our Webhost, Cape.Com</A>
Our Webhost, Cape.Com

Linking to E-Mail Addresses:
<A HREF="mailto:Email Address">Link Text Here</A>

»Use like the Link Tag, but with E-Mail Address

Example:
<A HREF="mailto:webmaster@falmouthmass.us">E-Mail the Webmaster</A>
E-Mail the Webmaster

Unordered Lists:
<UL TYPE="Type">
  <LI>First</LI>
  <LI>Second</LI>
  <LI>Third</LI>
</UL>

»The Type can be: square, circle, or disc.
»Can have as many choices as wanted.

Example:
<UL TYPE="disc">
  <LI>First Choice</LI>
  <LI>Second Choice</LI>
  <LI>Third Choice</LI>
</UL>
  • First Choice
  • Second Choice
  • Third Choice

Ordered Lists:
<OL TYPE="Type">
  <LI>First</LI>
  <LI>Second</LI>
  <LI>Third</LI>
</OL>

»The Type can be: 1, i, I, etc.
»Can have as many choices as wanted.

Example:
<OL TYPE="I">
  <LI>First Choice</LI>
  <LI>Second Choice</LI>
  <LI>Third Choice</LI>
</OL>
  1. First Choice
  2. Second Choice
  3. Third Choice

Font Color / Size:
<FONT COLOR="Color" SIZE="Size">Text</FONT>

»The Color can be an RGB value or any default color (black, white, red, etc.).
»The Size can be a number 1-7 (lower is smaller), or relative (+/- 1-7).
»The Text is what text you want to be changed

Example:
<FONT COLOR="red" SIZE="+1">I'm Red and Bigger!</FONT>
I'm Red and Bigger!

Tables: <TABLE BORDER="Number" ALIGN="What" VALIGN="What">
  <TR ALIGN="What" VALIGN="What">
    <TD ALIGN="What" VALIGN="What">Text Here</TD>
  </TR>
</TABLE>

»Can have as many TR (Table Row) and TD (Table Data [column]) tags as required.
»Try to keep table on one line (lots of scrolling) for page space purposes.
»Border can be any integer from 0 to... anything
»Align can be in the table, tr, or td tag and values can be Left, Center, or Right.
»VAlign can be in the table, tr, or td tag and values can be Top, Middle, or Bottom.

Example:
<TABLE BORDER="1">
<TR>
<TD>1</TD>
<TD>2</TD>
</TR>
<TR>
<TD>3</TD>
<TD>4</TD>
</TR>
</TABLE>
1 2
3 4