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HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is a page-description language. HTML supports text, graphics, and other resources, along with the instructions for presenting these elements in a browser. HTML focuses on multimedia presentations and delivering applications that can run on the client's processor.

Tags in HTML indicate instructions. A browser can read any HTML tag that its interpreter has been programmed to recognize; there is, of course, a lot of industry effort dedicated to creating a standard HTML convention that HTML authors can expect to work regardless of the browser a user is using.

Most recent browsers support Java applets.

  1. Spacing
  2. Anchors
  3. Thumbnails
  4. Transparent GIFs
  5. Graphing Using Tables and HRs
  6. Representing Fractions Using Tables
  7. Mouse Art
  8. Using Rowspan and Colspan
  9. The DIV and SPAN Tags
  10. Fun with the DIV Tag
  11. More Fun with the DIV Tag
  12. Dragons Etc.
  13. Hot Air Balloons
  14. Introduction To Frames
  15. More Frames
  16. Even More Frames
  17. Colorization
  18. Image Maps One
  19. Image Maps Two
  20. Textfields
  21. TextArea
  22. Using The Select Tag
  23. Head Transplant
  24. Vegetables