HTML for Beginners

HTML for Beginners, the original russellboyle.com web programming course, was first published in 2001. Together with the HTML Advanced Course Exam, it provided students with the programming knowledge and skills necessary for further studies in CSS, XML and JavaScript.

HTML for Beginners taught students how to write HTML code, format text, color backgrounds, layout pages, program hyperlinks, embed sound and video, use tables and lists, construct forms, divide web pages into frames, and use head tags, title tags and meta tags. There were no programming prerequisites, as the course was written specifically for beginners.

In 2009 HTML for Beginners was replaced by XHTML for Beginners.

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