Are you responsible for updating your company's website or blog posts? Maybe you've been tasked with modifying emails or enewsletters going to customers. If you're struggling to make your project look "just right," discover the tips and techniques that will have you manipulating HTML — even with no previous experience or knowledge of markup language!
You've spent hours writing the perfect content for your organization's next Web update. You're looking forward to having your polished and professional work out there for clients and customers to see. You go to copy from your source and paste your work into the content management system and suddenly your content is marred with strange line breaks, funny-looking marks in the text and unintended font formatting that would throw any reader for a loop. You immediately use the WYSIWYG editor to try and correct the errors, but it would be so much easier if you could simply modify and update the HTML directly!
HTML is the building block of all basic websites. Each Web browser uses the elements of HTML, which consist of tags, to interpret and display the content of a given Web page. If you're not familiar with the elements and attributes used in HTML, it can be very complex and difficult to manipulate. Users with little or no formal training can easily find themselves searching on the Internet or digging through manuals in an effort to figure out which tag is incorrect or where an angle bracket is missing.
What You'll Learn
- The types of HTML tags — including start and end tags, attributes, document tags and formatting tags — and how they're used
- Practical practice and tips for finding the missing tag
- Techniques for nesting tags correctly
- How to add lists, links and images to your HTML
- The importance of the ALT text in image tags
- What codes to use to add copyright and other symbols
- How to create line breaks and add additional spaces when needed
- Tips for putting all of your knowledge together and creating Web pages on your own
- How to make the most of various Web tools and other uses for HTML besides Web pages
Who Will Benefit
Marketers, Web designers, desktop publishing professionals, educators, administrative assistants — anyone and everyone who might be tasked with Web content creation and manipulation or is simply looking to get a basic understanding of HTML and how to edit it!