The <a tag can link to email through the href attribute. Specify mailto: followed by the email address receiving the new email. When the link is clicked, the browser will load the user's email program and open a new email window.
Some HTML tags require a closing tag. Omitting this tag can cause unexpected errors in the display of your pages - some portions of the document may not display at all. Important end tags include </b> </body>
</div> </h1> . . </h6>
(inc. </tr> </td>) </title>
Used as part of one of your meta tags to indicate to search engines a date and time when this page should be considered expired. Netscape users can see this information by selecting Page Info in the browser menu. Limited usage.
<meta http-equiv="expires" content="Sat, 31 Dec 2000 21:29:02 GMT">
Stylesheets are particularly suitable as external links. Using a single file for all appropriate pages makes updating and amending the site simple. One change to the stylesheet file and all pages on the site could reflect the amendments without you having to alter any HTML or upload any of the HTML files themselves using FTP. The syntax is
<link rel="stylesheet" href="URL" type="text/css"> The stylesheet file itself should be a plain text file with a .css extension contain only the text you would otherwise enter between the <style></style> tags. Only one stylesheet can be linked to any one HTML page. If, like CodeHelp, you use external HTML, you are allowed to link one stylesheet to the main page and a different one to the external content.