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HTML Tutorial 2 - Adding and Spacing Text

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In this tutorial video, we talk about how to add text to an HTML webpage, as well as how to use both "paragraph" and "break" tags, in order to space the text on the webpage. Please feel free to comment with any questions, comments, or suggestions, or any corrections you may want to make, as well! Thank you for watching! TechnicalCafe Blog http://TechnicalCafe.com TechnicalCafe Twitter http://Twitter.com/TechnicalCafe Jamie's Twitter http://Twitter.com/Jamiemcg
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buddy buddy (2 months ago)
I like when you put pale text into html
GamingWithØrange (1 year ago)
4Lions (1 year ago)
10x man
CatZingy (1 year ago)
All the text and images are always on the left side i want the text to be straight in the middle,do you know how to
CatZingy (1 year ago)
TechnicalCafe Thanks your videos has helped me a lot in my coding life, Thank you and keep doing what your doing
TechnicalCafe (1 year ago)
What Joe said should work, but I to add to his suggestion, I would recommend that you create a separate CSS document (you could call it "styles.css" or something similar to that), where your CSS code lives. This can be helpful, as you can keep your HTML and CSS code separate, which makes things easier to find and just helps with general organization. You could also create various classes (or use ID selectors in CSS) to make CSS rules that could be applied to multiple HTML elements at the same time. Best wishes and should you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to reach out! Thank you for watching and for commenting, too!
Joe Html (1 year ago)
CatZingy hi you are very welcome. Are you learning HTML + CSS? I've just started my own channel regarding this subject with a plan to add new videos weekly and maybe cover dynamic websites using php and JavaScript. If there is a subject you would like me to cover I would make a video on it for you. Maybe you could have a quick look at the videos on my channel and comment if you have any suggestions to improve. I would appreciate it. Many thanks Joe
CatZingy (1 year ago)
Joe Html thank you, i appreciate that and for taking your time to help others
Joe Html (1 year ago)
CatZingy hi yes you can use a css property to the text or image you want to align in the center. Add style="text-align:center" hope this helps. Good luck! :)
Ning Zhang (2 years ago)
Great video tutorial
TechnicalCafe (2 years ago)
Thank you for watching and for the compliment! Is there anything else you'd be interested in seeing on the channel?
akhil pippala (3 years ago)
how to add a icon to the title
Joe Html (1 year ago)
akhil pippala hi the little icon next to the title is called a favicon. Quick google how to add a favicon will throw up some good tutorials. Hope this helps
Sandeep Hugar (4 years ago)
Nice video tutorial,
TechnicalCafe (4 years ago)
Thank you for watching and for the compliment! I appreciate it! If you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please don't hesitate to ask!
TechnicalCafe (5 years ago)
Glad you found the answer you were looking for! Please feel free to let me know if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions related to anything at all! Thank you for commenting!
Connor Winter (5 years ago)
Hi thanks yeh i had another look and you can use it. :)
TechnicalCafe (5 years ago)
Hello, Connor! I just did a Google search and I think you should be able to write both HTML 5 and CSS 3 code in Adobe Dreamweaver CS 6. (I don't use Dreamweaver, so Google helped out, haha!)
Connor Winter (5 years ago)
Hi, just want to ask if you now can i write HTML5 and CSS3 on Dreamweaver cs6
TechnicalCafe (6 years ago)
Thank you for your compliment, Anwar! I really do appreciate it! I'm glad to know that you were able to follow along with these tutorials and that you were able to get something out of them! It's great to hear this from subscribers and viewers! If you ever have any questions, comments, or suggestions, either for a video, or anything else, please feel free to let me know! I'd be more than willing to help out! Thank you again! - Jamie
anzakson (6 years ago)
Excellent tutorial! Your pace and articulation is just right. There are a lot of people who, like myself, dont have English as their first language. So pace and articulation is essential if you are to succed in your objective: which would be to teach, right? Thank you very much for your efforts. I'm looking forward to the next tutorials. Take care! ...anwar...
TechnicalCafe (6 years ago)
Thank you for your compliment, KrazieDaveGaming! I appreciate you watching and if you have any questions, comments, or suggestions, please feel free to let me know!
TechnicalCafe (6 years ago)
Hello! Thank you for the compliment, Akhil! I appreciate your feedback! :)
Tav Sarma (6 years ago)
hi, its akhil from INDIA. Thanks for the video.

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