George Hotz

1) Center ! Look at Scroll down to the section on Universal selector. You should just need to do it once.

2) Color - Try to choose either light colored font on a dark background. Or dark font on a light background. Your text should stand out.

3) Font - Times New Roman can be rather boring and the sign of a lazy web-designer.

4) Images - Avoid having images that take up most of the screen. You can use "width:50%;height:50%;" to make it half its size. Tables are a good way to lay out a collection of images.

The 4 Lessons in Word Docs

HTML 1 Tags and Attributes and Viewing Page Source

HTML 2 Making Hyperlinks and Inserting Pictures 

HTML 3 Resizing Photos and Adding Pages 

New!! HTML 4 Formatting with CSS 

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