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Ľudovít Leško
Ľudovít Leško

Dear Cousin Bill And Ted Pjk


Dear Cousin Bill and Ted PJK




Hello, cousins! I hope this letter finds you well. I am writing to you from Frankfurt, Germany, where I have been living for the past year. I have been working as a web developer for a company that creates online games. It is a very exciting and challenging job, and I enjoy it a lot.




Dear Cousin Bill And Ted Pjk



I have heard that you are both interested in learning how to code. That is awesome! Coding is a very useful and creative skill that can open many doors for you in the future. There are many languages and platforms that you can use to create websites, apps, games, and more. One of the most basic and essential languages is HTML, which stands for HyperText Markup Language. HTML is used to define the structure and content of a web page.


In this article, I will show you some of the basics of HTML and how to create a simple web page. You will need a text editor, such as Notepad or Sublime Text, to write your code. You can also use an online editor, such as [CodePen] or [JSFiddle], to test your code in your browser.


HTML Elements




An HTML document consists of elements that represent different parts of the web page. An element usually has an opening tag, some content, and a closing tag. For example, this is how you write a paragraph element:


<p>This is a paragraph.</p>


The opening tag has the name of the element inside angle brackets (). The closing tag has the same name with a slash (/) before it. The content is what goes between the tags. Some elements do not have any content or closing tag, such as the line break element:


<br>


This element creates a new line on the web page.


HTML Attributes




Some elements can have attributes that provide additional information or functionality. Attributes are written inside the opening tag, after the name of the element. They have a name and a value, separated by an equal sign (=). The value is usually enclosed in quotation marks (" "). For example, this is how you write an image element with attributes:


<img src="image.jpg" alt="A picture of a cat" width="300" height="200">


This element displays an image on the web page. The src attribute specifies the source or location of the image file. The alt attribute provides an alternative text for the image, in case it cannot be displayed or accessed by screen readers. The width and height attributes set the size of the image in pixels.


HTML Structure




An HTML document has a basic structure that defines its head and body sections. The head section contains information about the document, such as its title and metadata. The body section contains the visible content of the web page, such as text, images, links, etc. The structure looks like this:


<html>  <head>    <title>The title of the web page</title>  </head>  <body>    The content of the web page  </body></html>


The html element is the root element that wraps around the whole document. The head and body elements are nested inside it. The title element is nested inside the head element, and it defines the title that appears on the browser tab or window. You can nest other elements inside the body element to create your web page content.


HTML Example




Now that you know some of the basics of HTML, let's try to create a simple web page with some text, images, and links. Here is the code:


<html>  <head>    <title>My First Web Page</title>  </head>  <body>    <h1>My First Web Page</h1>    <p>Hello, world! This is my first web page using HTML.</p>    <p>Here are some pictures of my favorite animals:</p>    <img src="cat.jpg" alt="A picture of a cat" width="300" height="200">    <img src="dog.jpg" alt="A picture of a dog" width="300" height="200">    <p>Here are some links to learn more about HTML:</p>    <a href=" HTML Tutorial</a>    <a href=" HTML Tutorial</a>  </body></html>


Here is how the web page looks like in the browser:



As you can see, the web page has a title, a heading, two paragraphs, two images, and two links. The h1 element creates a large heading with the text "My First Web Page". The p element creates a paragraph with some text. The img element displays an image with the specified source, alternative text, and size. The a element creates a link with the specified destination and text.


HTML Conclusion




Congratulations! You have learned some of the basics of HTML and how to create a simple web page. HTML is a very powerful and versatile language that can help you create amazing websites. There are many more elements and attributes that you can use to enhance your web pages, such as lists, tables, forms, multimedia, etc. You can also use other languages, such as CSS and JavaScript, to style and add interactivity to your web pages.


I hope you enjoyed this article and learned something new. I am very proud of you for taking the first step in your coding journey. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to contact me. I would love to hear from you and see your web pages. Keep up the good work and have fun coding!


Your cousin,Anna


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