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Adding Colours

Adding colours to your web pages can achieve certain visual effect and make them more appealing to your visitors.

You can specify the color of the webpage’s background using the bgcolor attribute  of the body element, as shown below:

<body bgcolor=color>

The color attribute can be specified using normal words like red, yellow, blue and more. Another method is by using hexadecimal codes. Hexadecimal is a base 16 number system. Hexadecimal uses A for decimal 10, B for decimal 11, C for decimal 12, D for decimal 13, E for decimal 14 and F for decimal 15. Every color code in HTML is made up of 6 hexadecimal digits, from 000000 to FFFFFF. The hexadecimal codes might seem very complex, however, they actually make up of combination of three primary colors, i.e. red, green and blue(RGB). The last two digits specify the amount of red colour, the middle two digits specify the amount of green colour and the first two digits specify the amount of blue colour.

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What is HTML?

The Internet is a network of millions of computers connected together in some way so that they can share information. A network can be as simple as two computers connected to each other or it can be as complex as millions of computers connected to each other like the Internet. In order for a computer to be part of a network it has to be connected to another computer that is also part of that network .This allows computers to “talk” to each other using certain protocol. They can share files and other information. This is the way our email, the World Wide Web and other services work over the Internet. Each computer on the Internet has an address. ………………………………………

HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language, the language of the World Wide Web. Web sites and web pages are written in HTML. With HTML and the WWW, we have the ability to bring together text, pictures, sounds, video and links all in one place! HTML files are plain-text files, so they can be edited on any type of computer….PC, Mac, UNIX, whatever using standard editors such as notepad and wordpad…………………………….

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New lesson added!

We have just added a new lesson to our HTML tutorial. In this lesson, you shall learn about the usage of some advanced table tags such as <thead></thead>, <tbody></tbody>, <tfoot></tfoot> and  <th></th> tags.

Click on the link below to learn about the new tags.

HTML Lesson 11


HTML was the earliest mark-up language for the world wide web that presents text and multimedia contents to the Internet users, a mark improvement on the earlier text-only navigators or data distribution systems such as Gopher, FTP and WAIS.

HTML has now evolved into more recent and more powerful XHTML(Extensible Hypertext Markup Language) and CSS(Cascading Style Sheet). CSS has made formatting and presenting web documents easier and more systematic. CSS is a W3C technology that allows webmaster to specify the presentation of elements on a webpage separately from the structure of the documents. The separation of structure from presentation makes creation and maintenance of web pages easier.

we will be starting the CSS tutorial very soon, please check back in near future.


We are in the process of building a complete tutorial for HTML for the web developers and anybody who are interested in designing web pages.

Currently we have done thirteen lessons. We will be adding new lessons from time to time.