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Re: HTML guide for newbies.

  • Subject: Re: HTML guide for newbies.
  • From: Shailesh Humbad <noreply@nowhere.com>
  • Date: Tue, 30 Nov 2004 04:18:22 GMT
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Inkspot wrote:
Can anyone suggest a good website (or book) for someone new to the webmaster game?

I've been trying to get my lists to output justified text, but haven't had much luck. Tried google-searching for the answer, but each site that I went to provided no help. Saw a <ul align="justify"> suggestion, but it didn't work :(

I'm picking things up as I go along, sometimes with much head-ache; it would be far easier to have a one-stop spot to get detailed answers.

An oldie, but goodie: http://www.blooberry.com/indexdot/html/

A book you want to get: Dynamic HTML - The Definitive Reference 2ed

Neither are for total newbies.  If you are a total newbie, I suggest:

Your question indicates non-newbieness. What will increase your skill is making test pages and trying them on different browsers. Then, to reach guru status, get 100% from the free validators at:

HTML: http://validator.w3.org/
CSS: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/

To get justified text in a list, one way is:

<style type="text/css">
UL { text-align:justify; }
<li>This text should be justified.
<li>As should this text be justified.

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