HTML Basics:
Formatting

Title: Jan's Illustrated Computer Literacy 101
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Once you have your web page laid out logically, you need to consider your formatting choices for the page and for your text.

Rule #1:  Text must be easy to read.

Several page properties must coordinate well if you follow Rule #1:

  • background color or image

  • default color of text

  • colors for links: not visited, visited, active

For text that needs a special look you must carefully choose:

  • font

  • font size

  • color


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JegsWorks > Lessons > Web

Before you start...

Project 1: Browser BasicsTo subtopics

Project 2: HTML Basics
    HTML CodeTo subtopics
    About HTML
    What You Need
    Code by HandTo subtopics
    WYSIWYG
    FrontPage/FPX
    Images in HTMLTo subtopics
    Formatting Arrow - Subtopic open
        Page Format
    icon-footprintPage ColorsTable: Named Colors
    icon-footprintBackground Image
        Text Format
    icon-footprintFormat Text
    TablesTo subtopics
    Print
    ConvertTo subtopics
    Summary
    Quiz
    ExercisesTo subtopics


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