posted on Jun, 12 2008 @ 05:55 AM
Just done my second TinWiki page and this time it was on Alchemy
It's quite fun for me as I am actually able to make use of the HTML coding i learnt so many years before programmes like Dreamweaver came out.
Some of the code is ever so slightly different but not exactly rocket science to work out the differences.
Great for anyone who wishes to have a go at actually learning a form of HTML for either submitting a complete page to
or maybe even making your own web site one day. The extra bit of knowledge behind the workings of
pages and sites can be very useful at times, especially if you have an original piece you'd like to lock onto the page so nobody can copy and paste
it, ie, an image.
You'll see examples of the editing language on the Tinwiki help pages, but if you really want to know how to have a good look at the code, right
click your mouse anywhere on a web page and select "view page source".
This opens another window that will have the entire page's build process.
You'll then get to see how it all fits together and you'll soon learn to use cool bits from one site and add them to another or your own.
Always best to preview your page before saving it though as sometimes, things just don't seem to work out right first time around.
On this following link you'll find a complete list of all the HTML colour codes
and if that's not enough,
how about a list of the HTML font codes...and more...
Hope this helps any of you who have never tried web site editing before. After all, it is the back bone of the net really..no HTML code...nothing to