UITS

ARCHIVED: How can I learn about HTML?

HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the formatting language for a hypertext or hypermedia document, viewable with a web browser such as Firefox, Safari, Internet Explorer, or Lynx. HTML documents are plain ASCII text and can be created with a text editor. They contain formatting codes and links to other documents and media (including images and sounds).

For help getting started with HTML, see webmonkey's Make an HTML Document.

You may also find useful tutorials about HTML from lynda.com. Indiana University students, faculty, and staff have access to lynda's content through a special agreement; see Using lynda.com at Indiana University.

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), responsible for developing standards for the web, offers various resources, including:

For Indiana University-specific information and help, see the IU Webmaster page.

This is document adjz in the Knowledge Base.
Last modified on 2013-01-07.

  • Fill out this form to submit your issue to the UITS Support Center.
  • Please note that you must be affiliated with Indiana University to receive support.
  • All fields are required.

Please provide your IU email address. If you currently have a problem receiving email at your IU account, enter an alternate email address.

  • Fill out this form to submit your comment to the IU Knowledge Base.
  • If you are affiliated with Indiana University and need help with a computing problem, please use the I need help with a computing problem section above, or contact your campus Support Center.

Please provide your IU email address. If you currently have a problem receiving email at your IU account, enter an alternate email address.