Sup kiddos! It's time again for another assignment. I bet you didn't know I spoke two languages... English and Hypertext Markup Language. *laughs at his own joke* This time, we'll be learning the basics of HTML. HTML is one of the many ways to edit websites and such. All of these work on Deviantart, except for the paragraph marker... since we just use the Enter button anyway!
All HTML that edits texts begins and ends with brackets. These are brackets: < >. Keep this in mind.
There is bold text. Italic text. Underlining. Strike through. And uperscript and subscript, that look like the small font you see before you!
For all of these, you will use this formula without the spaces between the brackets: < b >YOUR TEXT HERE</ b> < i >YOUR TEXT HERE</ i> < strike >YOUR TEXT HERE</ strike>... etc!
For the HTML on the right side, it's a little more complicated. The first is how you link to a different website. For example, here is a link to the last assignment. To use this, use the code (without spaces): < a href= " LINK ">YOUR TEXT HERE</ a> Replace the word LINK with the URL to the site you wish to link to!
< img src= "IMGLINK"> This one is a little tricky. To find an image link, right click the picture. You may need to go to "Properties" if you are using Internet Explore. Copy the URL (also know as the address) and place it where it says "IMGLINK".
To center your text, use the code: < div align ="center">THE TEXT YOU WANT CENTERED.</ div> And finally, to make a heading, which is very large text, use the code: < h1 > HEADING < /h1>
That's about it! Remember to remove the spaces in the codes, except for the space between "img src" and "a href".
Draw yourself as a person from a fairy tail or nursery rhyme, such as Robin Hood. Make it look very tech-y! Then, in the description, write a paragraph about the fairy tail or nursery rhyme. Use at least eight of the different HTML codes to put emphasis on the story or song. If you have any questions, feel free to comment!
That's in munchkins! Get to work! Goddamn, I accidentally put this in Stationarmy. Sorry!