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Anyone made their own website in HTML?
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Hey guys, have you ever made your own website in HTML?

I am thinking of making one, so that all my stuff is organised. For an example, I'll have links to crunchyroll on it, my deviant art account, and other stuff like anime / manga episodes. You don't need to have a domain or anything for it, just a completed website.

Home | Crunchyroll | Anime List | Manga List | Forum |

I want to use <iframe> </iframe> to link between webpages. Just for the fun of it
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I created a 'test' site for class...But, that is really it
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I'm a professional programer, not specifically web based but have enough experience that I could switch over to web design if I ever felt the urge.

From your post, all I can really offer you is one simple advice.
Avoid iframes. They are the english dubs of web design.

If you really need to be able to navigate to other websites from inside your page, while keeping a section for your links to be displayed then use a frame set.

A better idea would be to make a well designed layout with links to everything you require, and if you want to learn a bit more then look into embedding RSS feeds into the page. This way you could have latest Crunchyroll news displayed alongside your links etc.
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1mirg wrote:

I created a 'test' site for class...But, that is really it


This ^^
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I teach a little HTML in some of my Intro Computer Science classes.
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I'm having to learn HTML, and I'm doing a fucking maths course. I hate it.
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Like Veyf said try to avoid using iframes for links try to use anchor tag.
A Small Example:
<a hfer="http://www.crunchyroll.com/beelzebub">Beelzebub</a>
But how did you use the HTML in the post ?
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Posted 11/21/12

TIMMSY7 wrote:


1mirg wrote:

I created a 'test' site for class...But, that is really it


This ^^


Double This ^^
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yurystanev wrote:

Like Veyf said try to avoid using iframes for links try to use anchor tag.
A Small Example:
<a hfer="http://www.crunchyroll.com/beelzebub">Beelzebub</a>
But how did you use the HTML in the post ?


I'm going to guess he just used BB Code hyperlinks.


also href.
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Veyf wrote:
From your post, all I can really offer you is one simple advice.
Avoid iframes. They are the english dubs of web design.


That has to be THE BEST way I've ever heard the description of the use of iframes.

To op:
I'm a software engineer but I've done my fair share of web design and coding out of necessity, and it can be a lot of fun to do something, especially if it's for your own personal use. It's a great place to learn and experiment with a lot of different stuff. That's actually how I got my start with computers in general was just playing around doing things for myself locally on my own machine. I've actually gone to the extent of making my own anime title database for fun, and still use it to this day to track my collection.
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Thanks for explanation and my bad I misspelled the href part
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haikinka wrote:

I'm having to learn HTML, and I'm doing a math course. I hate it.


The place you are studying at is not making you take math for HTML, they are just making you take a basic math course for your math requirement.
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I'm quite experienced in web design. I wouldn't suggest building a site out of pure html, or at least I wouldn't if you were planning to put together a professional quality site. If you simply wish to put something together for your own personal reference then I suppose there is nothing wrong here.
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Khaltazar wrote:

The place you are studying at is not making you take math for HTML, they are just making you take a basic math course for your math requirement.


Not sure what you are trying to say, but taking a module in computer programming was required for my degree. Which is why I'm learning HTML as well as python.
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haikinka wrote:


Khaltazar wrote:

The place you are studying at is not making you take math for HTML, they are just making you take a basic math course for your math requirement.


Not sure what you are trying to say, but taking a module in computer programming was required for my degree. Which is why I'm learning HTML as well as python.


You don't need HTML for computer programming. You could do just fine with Python, C, C++, etc. HTML is just web design, I wouldn't call that programming. As for me, I am taking Computer Science and my University focuses on C, C++, C#, and Java. We have to take Calculus I, II, III, Differential Equations, and Numerical Equations.
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