May 5, 2012

Learn Basic HTML Structure – How To Link Pages

In this video we learn the basic structure of an HTML file, and also, how to create hyperlinks. Viewers learn how to divide their HTML file into the and sections, and also get their first taste of HTML attributes by creating a hyperlink (href attribute).

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Brad Schiff

Brad Schiff is a front-end developer, designer, and educator who has been building user interfaces for over a decade. He’s done work for Fortune 500 companies, national political campaigns, and international technology leaders. His proudest achievement is helping people learn front-end web development.

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One thought on “Learn Basic HTML Structure – How To Link Pages

  1. Brad, I have followed you to the letter. I kept running into a “Link Error” because I could not go back and forth between the two pages and I have discovered that the newpage.html should have been saved as: new-page.html
    Otherwise, this tutorial works like a charm.
    I will proceed to the image tutorial. Please keep these tutorials coming…

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