7 Booklets to Personalize your Online Publications
(website, blog, email, YouTube video descriptions, etc.)

Find at a glance an HTML tag, a style option, the code for a smiley or other symbol. Master the basic concepts (HTML page, styles and colors) to be autonomous and know where to look on the net to go further. Copy and paste examples to quickly add frames and tables. No more wasting hours looking for how to make a small change in a WordPress theme with the css. No more frustration at not getting the expected final result. No more bland texts that make readers sleepy.

 
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Booklet 1: Create your First HTML Page
Create your first page in HTML language using Notepad for Windows and TextEdit for iOS. This way you are able to test code on your computed at any time.

Booklet 2: 51 Essential Tags for Daily Use

This booklet is a compilation of HTML syntax to help you on a daily basis.

Booklet 3: Understand Colors in HTML
How to deal with colors? Understand how colors work for you to select the most appropriate ones. Simple, practical, you can use for any type electronic documents such as Powerpoint presentations, not just HTML pages.

Booklet 4: Centralize the Definition of your Styles using CSS
Cascading Style Sheets or CSS is a nice and simple way to centralize the definition of your tags for titles, etc. making it consistent across pages. Here you acquire the core knowledge to implement common scenarios and be able to dig further on the net for special needs.

Booklet 5: Create Frames in HTML
Frames helps you to highlight key information and keep your readers’ attention. In this booklet, you find examples to copy/paste and explanations for creating your own frames.

Booklet 6: Add Tables in HTML
Tables help you to structure your contente. Here you will find copy/paste models with explanations so that you can create your own variations.

 
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Booklet 7: Add Smileys and Other Special Characters in HTML

More than 300 smileys and other special characters to punctuate your creations.

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Booklet 1

Create your First HTML Page

 

  • Chapter 1 - A Web Page is a Text File
  • Core Structure
  • What is a Tag?
  • <header> Tag
  • <body> Tag
  • Chapter 2 - My First HTML Page on Windows
  • Which Software Should Be Used?
  • Create a New File
  • Open an Existing HTML File
  • Chapter 3 - My First HTML Page on iOS
  • Which Software Should Be Used?
  • Create a New File
  • Open an Existing HTML File
  • Chapter 4 - See the Source Code of a HTML Page on Safari

Booklet 2

51 Essential Tags for Daily Use

  • Chapter 1 - Add Hyperlinks
  • Basic Syntax
  • Open a New Tab
  • Automatic WordPress Options
  • Add a Link to an Email Address
  • Give a Title to Hyperlinks
  • Add a Button
  • Add Anchors
  • Chapter 2 - Insert Images
  • Basic Syntax
  • Define the Heigh and Width of your Displayed Images
  • Add a Hyperlink on an Image
  • Remove the Color around Images having a Hyperlink
  • Add a Title and a Description to an Image
  • Chapter 3 - Text Formatting
  • Add Comments
  • Add a Title
  • Go to the Next Line
  • Add a Blank
  • Add a Hyperlink 'Read more'
  • Add Quotes
  • Create a Paragraph
  • <div> and <span> Tags
  • Bold
  • Italic
  • Underline
  • Line Through
  • Overline
  • Remove any Line
  • Add a Background Color to a Text
  • Add a Shadow to the Text
  • Subscript
  • Superscript
  • Lowercase
  • Small Uppercase
  • Uppercase
  • Propercase
  • Font Size
  • Font Family
  • Left Alignment
  • Center
  • Right Alignment
  • Justify
  • Indent
  • Colors
  • Add a Line between two Paragraphs...
  • Change the Distance between Lines
  • Change the Space between Letters
  • Change the Space between Words
  • Chapter 4 - Bullet Points and Numbers
  • Bullet Points
  • Numbers
  • Arabic Numbers
  • Uppercases
  • Lowercases
  • Uppercase Roman Digits
  • Lowercase Roman Digits
  • Images for a Specific List
  • Images Standardising: .css + .html Files
  • Special Characters
  • Chapter 5 - Insert Code
  • Insert a Block
  • Insert a Few Terms in a Paragraph
  • Insert Characters which are HTML Language Specific

Booklet 3

Understand Colors in HTML

 

  • Chapter 1 - Existing Sets of Colors
  • Set of Colors used by Microsoft
  • First Set of Colors used by Apple
  • Second Set of Colors used by Apple
  • Chapter 2 - Using these Sets of Colors
  • How Colors are Working?
  • Going from Hexadecimal to Decimal Values and Reversely
  • Select your Colors

Booklet 4

Centralize the Definition of your Styles using CSS

  • Chapter 1 - Working with <h2>
  • Add Options in the Body of the Program
  • Add Options in the Program's Header
  • Add Options in Another File
  • Chapter 2 - Working with <a href=...>
  • Add Options in the Program's Header
  • Add Options in Another File
  • Chapter 3 - Working with <div>
  • Add Options in the Body of the Program
  • Add Options in the Program's Header
  • Add Options in Another File
  • Chapter 4 - WordPress
  • Where can I find a style.css?
  • Modify the file style.css
  • Is there any other location where I can modify my file style.css?

Booklet 5

Create Frames in HTML

 

  • Chapter 1 - <div> Tag
  • style= Option in <div> Tag
  • Text
  • Space Between the Text and the Border of the Frame: Padding
  • Frame Borders
  • Background Color
  • Space Outside of the Frame: Margins
  • Chapter 2 - Define Standard Frames
  • Chapter 3 - Frequently Asked Questions
  • Chapter 4 - Examples to Copy and Paste

Booklet 6

Add Tables in HTML

  • Chapter 1 - Create your First Table
  • Tables Basic Structure
  • Borders Visualisation
  • Remove Gaps between Cells
  • Merge Cells
  • Text Alignement Update
  • Caption Update
  • Add Gaps within Each Cell
  • A Few Additional Options
  • An Option for Blind People
  • Center the Table
  • Fix the Width of the Table
  • Fix the Cells Height
  • Chapter 2 - Variations on a Given Table
  • Rounding Frame Corners
  • Caption Below the Table
  • Add 'two' Extra Lines
  • Add Extra Horizontal Lines
  • Add Vertical Lines
  • Add Additional Vertical Lines
  • Break Lines
  • A Table with No Main Frame
  • Chapter 3 - A Detailed Example
  • Program's Header
  • Program's Body

Booklet 7

Add Smileys and Other Special Characters in HTML

 

  • Chapter 1 - Characters
  • Punctuation...
  • Alphabet
  • Maths
  • Protection
  • Chapter 2 - Symbols
  • Arrows
  • Bullets
  • Chapter 3 - Smiley and Other Symbols
  • Positive
  • Relax
  • Negative
  • Yes / No
  • Family / People
  • Time
  • Weather
  • Post
  • Music / Audio
  • Hi-fi
  • Photo / Video
  • Shopping
  • Fruits
  • Mix

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