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HTML, DHTML & CSS 8
CONVERTING HEX-DEC

It's easy to convert between hex values and decimal values.
All you need is a calculator that can handle both types.
If you're using Windows, start the calculator that comes with the operating system.
Make sure the view option is set to "scientific".
Enter the decimal value.
Click the Hex field - and watch the calculator convert the number to hex.
Needless to say, you can do it the other way around to calculate decimal values from hex values. Thats it!

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WRITING HTML WAS CREATED
WRITING HTML WAS CREATED way back in 1994 to help teachers create learning resources that access information on the Internet. Here, you will be writing a lesson called Volcano Web. However, this tutorial may be used by anyone who wants to create web pages. You can get a sense of the results by looking at our illustrious alumni and kudos or what people say about the tutorial.
Images in HTML

Things might seem a little bland and boring with all of this text formatting. Of course, the web is not just about text, it is multi-media and the most common form of media is the image. The src attribute tells the browser where to find the image. Like the a tag, this can be absolute, as the above example demonstrates, but is usually relative. For example, if you create your own image and save it as "alienpie.jpg" in a directory called "images" then the code would be <img src="images/alienpie.jpg"...

HTML TUTORIALS BY JOHN C. GILSON
Brantford Educational Services welcomes you to html tutorials in web page design. In the table below are 21 free HTML lessons designed to teach you all you need to know to create and code your own web pages and also to challenge those who already have HTML experience. If you have little experience with HTML, then we recommend that you start with Lesson One, then do Lesson Two, then Lesson Three, and so on. These lessons are designed to be taken in order. Soon you will be creating web pages like a professional! Please feel free to e-mail me with your suggestions and comments. I will try my best to get back to each and every one of you.
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