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  2. HTML - Wikipedia

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    The text between < html > and </ html > describes the web page, and the text between < body > and </ body > is the visible page content. The markup text < title > This is a title </ title > defines the browser page title shown on browser tabs and window titles and the tag < div > defines a division of the page used for easy styling.

  3. CSS - Wikipedia

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    CSS, or Cascading Style Sheets, is a language that defines the presentation of web pages, such as layout, colors, fonts, and animations. CSS is used to separate the content from the appearance, and to enable more flexibility and accessibility. Learn more about the history, syntax, and features of CSS on Wikipedia.

  4. HTML5 - Wikipedia

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    HTML5 ( Hypertext Markup Language 5) is a markup language used for structuring and presenting hypertext documents on the World Wide Web. It was the fifth and final [4] major HTML version that is now a retired World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) recommendation. The current specification is known as the HTML Living Standard.

  5. PHP - Wikipedia

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    PHP Programming at Wikibooks. PHP is a general-purpose scripting language geared towards web development. [8] It was originally created by Danish-Canadian programmer Rasmus Lerdorf in 1993 and released in 1995. [9] [10] The PHP reference implementation is now produced by the PHP Group. [11] PHP was originally an abbreviation of Personal Home ...

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    Absolutely! It's quick and easy to sign up for a free AOL account. With your AOL account you get features like AOL Mail, news, and weather for free!

  7. Help:Cheatsheet - Wikipedia

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    Cheatsheet. For a complete list of wikitext codes, see Help:Wikitext. For information on special words, see Help:Magic words. Links to pages that don't exist are automatically red. Red links in articles often help by showing desired redirects or notable pages. sources in the article will appear where { {reflist}} is put, typically under a level ...

  8. Wikipedia:How to create a page - Wikipedia

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    Method 1: searching. Enter text in the search field that you seek to create as a page title. If the title you entered does not already exist, is not technically restricted and is not creation protected, the resulting page will i) tell you that it does not exist; ii) advise that you can create the page, and iii) will provide a red link to the ...

  9. BASIC - Wikipedia

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    BASIC ( Beginners' All-purpose Symbolic Instruction Code) [1] is a family of general-purpose, high-level programming languages designed for ease of use. The original version was created by John G. Kemeny and Thomas E. Kurtz at Dartmouth College in 1963. They wanted to enable students in non-scientific fields to use computers.