HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language
Part 10: Horizontal Rules and Email Links
1. Use of the Horizontal Rule: Horizontal Rules are pretty
simple! They are a separating lines that are used to separate parts of a
page. The code for a horizontal rule is <hr>. The <hr> code has
- size="4"--use any number to decide how fat the rule is
- width="50%" decides how long the rule is. This can be percent or pixel
- Align="right"-- used only when using a width, can be right, left, or
Put the following code into your document, Right before your picture and
after <div align="left"> So I can make cool web pages</div>
here is the code:
<HR SIZE=5 WIDTH="80%" ALIGN=CENTER>
<HR SIZE=4 WIDTH="60%" ALIGN=CENTER>
<HR SIZE=3 WIDTH="40%" ALIGN=CENTER>
2. Email Links: The last thing we are going to learn is email
links. As with all links, we use an anchor for this. The link is prefaced with the words: mailto: where there is no space between mailto: and the email address.
<A HREF="mailto:email@example.com">Click Here To Email Me</A>
My email address would link like the following
<A HREF="mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">Click Here To Email Porshiana</A>
Put this at the very bottom of your page after your lists.
3. Other Tweaks in the page:
Also move that bold <b> command to right after the body tag so our links
show up better.And put a <p> tag after your developing webs link, and sound
Here is how it should look now
Save your html code, and view your page.
Congratulations!!! You now know some HTML! The best way to learn
is to use it, so start from scratch, and make your own html page!
Once you have the HTML basics down pat Feel free to move on to the tables