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#1 Hello World
#2 <br> Break
#3 <p> Paragraph
#4 <img> Images
#5 <a href="xxxx">
#6 Content
#7 <body> in detail
#8 <body> with background
#9 Should you be hosted? #1
#10 Online HTML Tester
#11 A Handy Guide Part I
#15 Conceptual Walls
#16 The Conceptual Terrace....
#17 Website Marketing....

HTML "One Step At A Time" is an attitude and an approach. HTML is a computer language. So maybe you think it's not worth the trouble to learn. You can try to get by using one of those WYSIWYG (what you see is what you get) HTML editing programs. They can be nice. But we guarantee that somewhere along the line you will be happy you've learned the basic raw HTML.
#1Hello World
Instructions for creating a totally simple cut-down rock-bottom easy as it gets HTML page. Each tag is explained and example code is given.

#2 <br> Break
Without the break tag all lines on the page would run together in one huge paragraph. The break tag is your friend. It is not that hard to learn. Be nice, introduce yourself.

#3 <p> Paragraph
The paragraph tag is like the break tag -- almost exactly the same. Only difference is the paragraph tag will add a blank line to separate the sentences visually. Fun.

#4 <img> Images
Without images webpages would be boring. This lesson shows the beginning code required to add these all important pictures to your webpages.

#5 <a href="xxxx"> HyperText Links
HyperText Links are those highlighted and perhaps underlined thingies that let you jump from page to page. Once you learn to add these jump links the world is yours. You will be in possession of just enough knowledge to create usable webpages.

#6 Content "Who needs it?"
Now that you know how to create simple webpages, what are you going to put on them. This is a beginning discussion of content and what it's good for.

#7 <body> in detail
Now that you know the rudiments it's time to step back and learn a few of the more important elements in greater detail. The body tag is one of that important elements.

#8 <body> with background graphic
This lesson takes us even one step further in the discussion of the body tag (and we don't mean toe tag). This lesson introduces background images and how to use them.

#9 Should you be hosted? Part 1
Here you'll find a response to a budding young webmaster. Within the body of the reply is a discussion of being hosted by a freebie site vs. getting your own domain.

#10 Online HTML Tester with Examples
This online HTML tester was designed to help some friends where were using one of those online auction sites. They needed to know HTML and they needed to see what it looked like before submitting to the site. So we made this tester.

#11 #12 #13 #14 A Handy Guide -- Part I, II, III, IV
This four part discussion of webdesign addresses the five key elements of webdesign in four layers.

#15 Conceptual Walls
A first attempt at understanding the terracing of web-technology.

#16 The Conceptual Terrace and The Business Man
A partial guide for the relationship between a business and a webmaster.

#17 Website Marketing
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