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Hello.
I'm new in HTML language and I'd like to know more information about it, Could some one tell me a number of directives such as <A> <BR> and it's work.
I also need some good sites which contain information about HTML.

Thanks, Motaz from Sudan
motaz1@yahoo.com
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Welcome to E-E, Motaz!

How much do you want to know? I can provide several links to HTML tutorials, reference materials etc. But rather than you having to cut and paste into the address bar from here, this is a link to a page where there are several links to good references:

http://www.notofthisworld.com/cnei/favorites/developm.htm

In particular, go to the tutorials section on that page. And don't miss the link to Project Cool toward the bottom of the page...it's bolded so you can't miss it!

Also at that website, if you click the big, ugly button on the left (Class Files...), there's a downloadable page in .rtf format, "HTML Quick Reference Guide."

I know about this website because it's mine. I teach HTML and created a lot of this stuff for my students.

Don't forget to bookmark E-E and ask questions often! That's why we're here!

Hope this helps,

Colleen

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