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You will actually begin to write HTML starting with Primer #2. That’s tomorrow if you follow the seven-day plan this was written for. Here, I want to tell you how you will go about the process.
You will write the HTML document on the word processor, or Notepad, WordPad, or Simple Text. When you are finished creating the HTML document, you’ll then open the document in a browser, like Netscape Navigator. The browser will interpret the HTML commands for you and display the Web page.
Now, some people who are already schooled in HTML are going to jump up and down and yell that you should be using an HTML assistant program because it makes it easier. That’s true, but it also makes it harder to learn as the program does half the work for you. Take my word for it, use the word processor for a week, then go to the assistant if you still want to use one. You’ll be far better off for the effort. I have been writing HTML for six years and I still use Notepad for the bulk of my writing.
Let’s get into the programs you will use to write your HTML document. Keep this in mind: HTML documents must be text only. When you save an HTML document, you must save only the text, nothing else.
The reason I am pushing NotePad, WordPad, and Simple Text is that they save in text-only format without your doing any additional work. They just do it. But, if you’re like me, then you will want to start writing on a word processor, like WORD, or WordPerfect. Maybe you’re just more comfortable on it. If so, read this next part carefully.
Step 1: Open Notepad
To open Notepad in Windows 7 or earlier:
Click Start (bottom left on your screen). Click All Programs. Click Accessories. Click Notepad.
To open Notepad in Windows 8 or later:
Open the Start Screen (the window symbol at the bottom left on your screen). Type Notepad.
Write or copy some HTML into Notepad.
Step 3: Save the HTML Page
Save the file on your computer.
Select File -> Save as in the Notepad menu.
When saving an HTML file, use either the .htm or the .html file extension. There is no difference, it is entirely up to you.