Although there is an increasing variety of WYSIWYG programs
available, whereby you do not have to know much html at all, it is essential that you learn at least the basics of html code. Acquiring such skill will not leave you at the mercy of WYSIWYG programs, should you decide to use them, and it has the added bonus of allowing you to both trouble shoot common problems and steal code accurately.
HTML stands for hypertext markup language. It is the means by which web pages made on any computer
in the world can be read by any other computer in the world.
Online Workshop: Here is a list of html commands that we have found most music teachers need to know while designing
and implementing their chosen electronic learning projects. Go ahead now
and participate in a brief online workshop, referring to the commands above.
Here are some basic HTML Guides to increase your facility:
HTML Quick Reference
Beginner's Guide to HTML
Introduction to HTML
Barebones Guide to HTML