HTML – or HyperText Markup Language has been around since the dawn of the Internet. Even though languages and codes have moved on a lot since then, the output is still generally done in HTML.
WordPress outputs all code in HTML, but it can also have HTML code entered manually. While you can do many simple things in WordPress, there are areas where you must know your HTML to be able to add certain features, edit features, or customise things that are definitely not within your WP Theme’s capabilities.
HTML – spacing images out
Let’s say for example you want to place one image next to the other – how do you do that while keeping a gap. you could just add a spacebar, or add a left margin to the right image.
Let’s say you want to add an Anchor point down the page – clicking a link and it shoots you down the page to a specified position. It’s not something you can do in WordPress – or at least, you cannot set the Anchor point in WordPress. It has to be done in HTML.
Do you want to just understand the code that created this nice looking page, what is that <div> code, or the <img… code? For those that care, and want to learn – that’s where we step in.
We can spend as little or as much time with you as you need. One-on-one or in groups of up to around eight people at a time. Any more, and a session would take too long, and wouldn’t fit enough in. Though we can always try!
While we are based in Lincolnshire, and we can offer Lincolnshire HTML Training, we can also travel to Cambridgeshire, or even Norfolk. We have been to Rutland as well, which is a lovely part of the area. So give us a call, or visit our HTML Training page here on the website for lots more information.
So if you need some of the finest advice on HTML, where you can lead the way and tell us what you want to learn; or just let us lead you from the top of a page, down… we can go any which way you like!
If however you are only interested in learning about WordPress, we provide WordPress Training at 79DESIGN.