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Tutorial 1.5: HTML Reference

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What is HTML?

HTML is a way of formatting "stuff" on the web. It allows you to format and display text and images in wonderful ways.

There are many wonderful websites dedicated to learning HTML, so i wont cover that here, but recommeded reading is looking at W3Schools HTML Tutorial [url="http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp"]here[/url]

For MDScript you only need to type the content between the [CODE]<body></body>[/CODE] tags so dont worry about anything above or below it. However knowing about it might be helpful if you want to write your own HTML pages.

Some useful HTML tags are listed below:


[CODE]
<b>This is Bold</b>
<i>Makes it italic</i>
<u>Makes it underlined</u>
This is one line
This is on the next because of the BR line
This is one line <p> This is two lines down because its a Paragraph!
<img src="http://magicduel.com/beta/scene/4x4_2.jpg">
[/CODE]

[b]This is Bold[/b]
[i]Makes it italic[/i]
[u]Makes it underlined[/u]
This is one line
This is on the next because of the BR line
This is one line

This is two lines down because its a Paragraph!
[img]http://magicduel.com/beta/scene/4x4_2.jpg[/img]

Note: Although some of the tags above have been deprecated (or should be!) in HTML5 it is much easier for new people learning html to use them than to faff around with CSS. Although they are wonderful and i would always recommend using them, it is much better to learn the basics of HTML, before worrying about semantically separating structure and formatting.</p> Edited by Chewett

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