Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)

CSS using

Yes! We’re finally here!

Tired of using font tags every where? Well. CSS sure will save you. This is probably the most convenient               and easiest way to change fonts and backgrounds; technically whatever you want on your page.

You can customize fonts and borders, align text etc.


Basically, you just have to incorporate it in your HTML code. Sounds complicated? Not at all. All you have to do is:

<style type=”text/css”>
<title> IF NEEDED </title>

You can also always make a css document and import it. (I’ll explain that later)

And trust me, there isn’t much I have to explain. You’ve used the font tag. In CSS face becomes font-family and stuff like that. You’ll even understand the code. I’m posting a sample code. Check it out!

<style type=”text/css”>
background: Black;
font-family: Algerian;

border: 5pt dotted green;
background: red;

border: 3pt double red;
background: yellow;
font-family: Chiller;
font-size: 40pt;

border: 3pt double black;
background: 3pt double red;
font-family: Algerian;
font-size: 30pt;
<div id=”main”>
<div id=”one”>
Watzowski Enterprise
<div id=”two”>
Welcome To Watzowski Enterprise

Save it as whatever you want and try it! 😀

I’ll explain my code in my next post!

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Address Tag

Address Tag:

As the name suggests, it is used for indicating an address, usually related to authorship of the current document.

For example, if you want to give contact details for your organization, you would generally use the address tag.

Syntax: <address> Text Here </address>

Well. This is basically it. We’re pretty much done with the BASICS OF HTML

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