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Forms Tutorial

Forms are a method of creating interactive pages where the reader can answer questions and send their response to you. Forms are a very complex topic, and cannot be fully covered in one small period, so this will just be a basic introduction. [more...]

FTP Tutorial

FTP (file transfer protocol) is used to send documents from your computer to another computer (for example the one where your pages are hosted), but you can also get files from remote computers to yours. WS_FTP_LE is the most popular program used for these transfers on the Web. [more...]

Image Maps in HTML

An image map is just a kind of clickable image, which you can make to have different areas link to different URLs. (An example is below.) To make an image map, you need to add 2 groups of codes into your web page - the first is a map section, which contains area definitions, and the second is a special img tag, with an add-on to make it use the map. [more...]

Meta Tags

Meta Tags won't guarantee a good placement in the search engines, but they are now used by all except one major search engine. So if you are not using good Meta Tags, you are simply limiting your ability to get a good listing. [more...]

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