and then some more text followed by a line break
A set of lines in an HTML document that look like they are divided into three lines of text.
A set of lines in an HTML document<br>
that look like they are divided into three<br>
lines of text.
A set of lines in an HTML document
that look like they are divided into three
lines of text.
If you try to do this.
If you try to do this.This may be avoided by using preformatted text.
This forces the browser to use a typewriter font (like courier) that looks like this. Any carriage returns spacing like this and white space is preserved.It is not as easy to read, but it is easier to control how something looks.
In a list you may want to specify the type of symbol used for each level.
The address may also specify a location in the document to go to. This location must be defined with a NAME tag (detailed above). There is a name tag at the top of this document and you may use link to go to the beginning of the page. Elements of this tag include:
For the address "#beginning". The # tells the browser that this is a location in the document. This location does not have to be within the current document.
The example show below will jump do a section named "links" in the document "testdoc.html" on the server "science.widener.edu" in the file directory "svb/htmltalk". Examples of links The link may also be formatted like this: Examples of links. The HTML code for these two examples is shown below:
<A HREF="http://science.widener.edu/svb/htmltalk/testdoc.html#links">Examples of links</A>
<A HREF="http://science.widener.edu/svb/htmltalk/testdoc.html" NAME="links">Examples of links.</A>
Graphics files may be found by searching the web. A number of large libraries are available. You may also use clipart, drawing programs, or a scanner to create files.
GIF (Graphical Image Format). This format works best for line art and small images. The image below is created with the following HTML code:
JPEG (Joint Photographic Experts Group). This format works best for photographs and color images. Some resolution is lost for line art (lines are not a crisp).
Because images files are very large it is not "good form" to place a large image in a document. A common solution is to use a small "thumbnail" of the image that loads quickly and gives the viewer some idea what the image is. This is linked to the full size figure for interested viewers. Notice the blue border around the image below. This shows that it is a link. THE HTML for this link is:
|Top Col 1||Top Col 2||Top Col 3|
|data 1a||data 2a||data 3a|
|data 1b||data 2b||data 3b|
|data 1c||data 2c||data 3c|