HTML Lesson: Your First Web Page

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25 Responses to “HTML Lesson: Your First Web Page”

  1. 45872287 Says:

    This was really well-put-together.

    Although I had an idea of what all of the tags were used for, I now know where to put all of them and I’m glad I had a chance to actually “see” where they belong on the page.

  2. tteresas Says:

    how do you openyour file on explorer

  3. 3HaloPlayers Says:

    thanks 🙂 just started a class on web dev and this video already helped a lot

  4. 18jaine Says:

    please send me link where i can found your html videos from first to end.

  5. Jumpspinfail Says:

    Where is the next tutorial on HTML? I found this really helpful and i want to continue the course 😀

  6. MrJackw101 Says:

    @mo42086 Save the file as .HTML in my documents and then go to where you saved it. Right click and select open with, if fire fox option is not there go to choose “default program” and click “more options.” If its not there click the browse button and look in desktop section.
    Hope this helped you and if I have made a spelling error it’s because i am only 13.

  7. mo42086 Says:

    anyone know how to open up the file on firefox?

  8. TheMadmanalex Says:

    file:///C:/Users/Alex/Desktop/test.html
    

  9. MistyKnifes Says:

    i cant find the second lesson…does it even exsist?

  10. burnleyt Says:

    what text editor are you using?

  11. TypicalTechTronic Says:

    i am going to use ur video and put it on my html website!

  12. sirgavin7 Says:

    this is awsome! how about a song? how do i do that?

  13. jordboi11 Says:

    absolutley fantastic 🙂

  14. brentonstrine Says:

    @shishir11355 You need to be sure that the file is saved as HTML not TXT! It should look like:
    filename.html

    NOT

    filename.txt (or .doc or anything else).

    If you’re using a word processor instead of a text editor, it may be saving in rich format instead of plaintext. Use Notepad or a text editor (notetab+, Smultron, etc) and save as HTML.

  15. brentonstrine Says:

    @arusark You’re welcome! Thanks for the positive feedback. 🙂

  16. brentonstrine Says:

    @genbeliz You will need to log into your web host. I think one of my other videos talks about the role of a host and how to do that kind of stuff. One of the early videos in the HTML video, I think. But yeah, you should ask your web designer that question, he may not have designed the site for you to be doing custom HTML. I usually avoid letting clients see any HTML if possible.

  17. brentonstrine Says:

    @UnleashedTutorials That would be XML format which is problematic in HTML 4 because it is not supported by Internet Explorer unless you serve it with the wrong MIME type. If you use the wrong MIME type, your code is no longer valid which will trigger quirksmode in the browser, something that is undesirable. In HTML5 you can use XHTML format if you like, but HTML format is just as acceptable.

  18. brentonstrine Says:

    @jact36 They are all at educator.com.

  19. brentonstrine Says:

    @antoniomarkj22 It depends entirely on the browser, many browsers support images that the others do not. The main image formats are png, jpg, gif, svg. You don’t really need to go beyond that unless you are doing something very advanced or very specific.

  20. The09shaunmc Says:

    how do you change the url and when i send it other people cant see it help?

  21. Pantvan123 Says:

    4:29

  22. hammondjorge Says:

    @jact36 Here’s everything you’re looking for. Copy the link into your web browser, WITH OUT the parentheses.

    (educator.com/computer-science/html/strine)

  23. antoniomarkj22 Says:

    what other format of photo is allowed to put in HTML?

  24. antoniomarkj22 Says:

    good i learn a lot .. thankz

  25. jact36 Says:

    i cant find any other videos for this course

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