HTML Help Page
by  the American History
and Genealogy Project

Whether you are coding a page by hand or using a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor, you will, at times, need to know some type of HTML coding.  Hopefully these pages will help you in your web site design.  We will start with some beginning HTML, look at adding images, check out
some style sheets, talk about tables and forms, and link to places where you can get different HTML editing programs for free, shareware or purchase.  We
will also look at some of the DO's and DON'Ts of web pages.

We welcome your experiences, suggestions, additions or questions.  We will be adding a list of people who volunteer to help you with your web page

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Color Codes for Backgrounds
Note:  Remember to test the way the text color and background colors look in at least two browsers before you
upload your page for use by the general public.  Some text and background combinations make your page
difficult to read for those with sight deficiencies.

Special Characters You May Never Need

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Doris Robbins

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