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This site was built for you. To help you build your own web page. Throughout this site you will find links for advanced HTML, Javascript, where to get free web space, where to find web page animations, as well as links to other sites for learning HTML. Try viewing the Guestbook and message board for other tips that might be posted.

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I am building this page to give you an understanding of HTML, which stands for H yper T ext M arkup L anguage. HTML has gone through several variations during the short time it has been around. It started with SGML (the beginning of HTML), and including Microsoft and Netscape browser extentions. SGML or S tandard G eneralized M arkup L anguage started in 1986. HTML 1.0, the first version of HTML, came in 1990, and an unofficial version, HTML+, was introduced in late 1993. HTML 2.0 in 1994. HTML 3.0 in 1995. HTML 3.2 in 1996. And the newest, HTML 4.0, which is used now.

One thing I won't be getting into is Java or Javascript. As those are entire books all on thier own. I will try to keep things short and easy to understand. I won't build the page for you, but by reading the pages that follow and following the examples, you will have a page up and running on your own.


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