3 Tips for Making Tweaks in HTML
The popularity of What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG) Editors for website has drastically increased, which makes it easy for anyone create beautiful websites. Sometimes though, things just don't display how they are supposed to. After much agony and tweaking here are a few tips to check next time you are having issues with the HTML on your website.
1. HTML Basics
All HTML strings must have a beginning tag <> and end </>. For example to make your text bold, <b> BOLD </b>. If you do any editing of the source code, make sure both tags are there.
2. What   Means
When I first started looking at the source code of my websites, the   all over the place confused me. I thought to myself "seriously, why is   in between all these words?!?". This means Non Breaking Space, and it is okay if it is in between your words. Add this string to your code when words are not spaced properly, or are breaking on different lines.
3. Cheat sheet for commonly used tags
- <br> - Line Break
- <p> - Paragraph
- <div> - Section division
- <hr> - Horizontal Line
- <a href= "url"> Click Here</a> - Basic Link
- <a href+"mailto:email">Email Us</a> - Link that opens new email
- <ol> - Ordered List (numbered list)
- <ul> - Un-ordered List (bullet list)
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