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Yesterday we brought you the first part of the free tutorial "Introduction to HTML", and you can read it here.

Today you have a chance to read the final part of this free HTML introduction tutorial.  
  • - Defines the link
  • strong or b - Determines bolded text
  • em or i - Specifies italic text
  • - Defines underlined text
  • span - Creates an inline text container
  • sub - Determines subscripts
  • sup - Specifies superscripts
  • form - Determines a form that contains input elements and controls
  • fieldset - Groups the form elements
  • legend - Defines the heading of the elements grouped in a fieldset
  • button - Specifies a button (clickable element)
  • input - Determines the input element in which the information is entered (text, e-mail, password)
  • textarea - Multiline input element for text entry
  • select - Is used for creating a drop-down list
  • option - Defines an item inside the select list
  • label - Is used for the form element description
  • img - Specifies an inline image
  • applet - Inserts a Java application in a document
  • object - Defines a multiple purpose container for uploading media in a document
  • area - This tag specifies a clickable area inside an map or image
  • param - Determines parameters for an applet or object
  • map - Defines a map
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Tables have been used before to make the structure of the page, which is outdated and is not valid by HTML standards, but tables are still used for the tabular display of a text (lager lists...)
  • tabel - Defines a table
  • tbody - Is used for logical main table element grouping
  • thead - Is used for logical header element grouping
  • th - Specifies a header cell
  • tr - Determines a row in the table
  • td - Defines a cell in the table
  • caption - Specifies the table heading
  • col - Determines a column in the table
  • colgroup - Is used for defining a group of columns in the table
  • tfoot - Is used for logical grouping of elements that belong to the table footer
HTML tags can have attributes that give them additional value. An attribute is always written right after the tag is opened. An attribute consists of two parts, meaning and context.
Here is a list of some important HTML attributes:
  • id - Unique element identifier
  • class - Assigns one or more subclasses to the element
  • title - Specifies the element name
  • alt - Is used for defining alternative text (eg. if a image doesn't load alt is shown) 
  • href - Defines with what document is the link connected
  • lang - Is used for defining the language of content
  • src - Determines the picture source
  • style - Defines inline element styles
Introduction to HTML 
HTML on it's own is not enough for creating a complete website and is firmly connected to CSS  (Cascading Style Sheets).
Visit us tomorrow where we will bring you for free an introductive CSS tutorial.

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