Como insertar texto en una pagina web en html

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Generador de texto Html

Seleccione Insertar->Texto en el menú y dibuje un cuadro para indicar la posición y el tamaño del texto. Tenga en cuenta que también puede arrastrar y soltar el objeto de texto desde la caja de herramientas. A continuación, haga doble clic en el cuadro para empezar a editar el texto. Escriba algún texto y (pulse Enter para pasar a la siguiente línea). La caja cambia automáticamente su tamaño para adaptarse al texto.

Para añadir un enlace, resalte el texto que desea enlazar y seleccione Insertar->Hiperenlace en el menú.Para saber más sobre los enlaces, lea este tema:Enlazando sus páginas (Creando Hiperenlaces)Haga clic en cualquier lugar fuera del objeto de texto en la página para detener la edición.Usando EstilosPara aplicar un estilo al texto seleccionado, simplemente seleccione uno de los estilos previamente creados en el menú de estilos. Puede crear, editar o eliminar un estilo con el Administrador de estilos (Menú->Formato->Estilos).

A continuación puede cambiar los atributos del texto resaltando con el ratón el texto que desea modificar y eligiendo después los nuevos atributos en la barra de herramientas de formato. Desde la barra de herramientas puedes cambiar el tipo de letra, el tamaño, la negrita, la cursiva, el subrayado, el color del texto y el color de resaltado. Hay muchas otras opciones de formato disponibles en el menú Formato:

Html text element

We use the <code> tag to indicate that our text is actually code. We use the <pre> tag because in this case, we actually want to browser to display the white space that we show. This allows the code to be spaced properly.

You can style your code blocks however you like. The important property to remember here is the display: block;. <code> is actually and inline HTML element. In order to get it to display in a nice block (like on this page), we use this CSS property to tell it to behave like a block.

Estilo de texto Html

In nearly every website out there, there is a designated space for users to type text into, whether it is their name, their e-mail address or the name of that dog breed they are looking for cute pictures of. In this lesson we will learn how to add text fields to an HTML form for user input.

User InputYou have started working on your first web page. You are already on the path to fame and success, congratulations! You’ve got the big idea, you’ve got the will … but you are in a bit of a pickle! You’ve got all these questions you want to ask your users: ”What is your name? What is your e-mail? What is your mother’s maiden name? What is the meaning of life, the universe and everything?” You have your HTML file, you have your form ready, but how do you add these neat white boxes that you can click on and type information into?

These boxes are called text fields, and not to worry, they are very easy to add to your form.In an HTML form, whenever you want the user’s input on something, you use an <input/> tag. To turn this into a text field, all you have to do is set that input’s type to ”text” like this: <input type=”text”/>. The code for the above example looks like this: <form> Type your text here!</br> <input type=”text” name=”testfield” /></form>A couple of things to note: the text field does not come with any sort of label that indicates to the user what he should type in it, but you can add it yourself using simple text, an image or even other HTML tags. In the above example, simple text was used and a line-break tag </br> was added at the end of the line to make the text field appear under the text and not next to it. The second thing to note, while not vital to our current lesson, is a good practice to get into as you continue learning to code HTML. Usually when you have the user input something on your web page, you will then want to do something with that input. We will not get into specifics right now, but you can imagine we would need some way to reference this specific text field, in case we have more of them. That’s where the name=”testfield” comes in handy. You can name your tag however you want but in most cases you would want a unique and recognizable name. <input type=”text” name=”testfield” />

Formato de texto Html

If you haven’t followed the lessons up to now then you should start from the beginning of the course. For this lesson you’ll want to have your “index.html” open in both Notepad and your browser so we can make changes to it and refresh the browser to see them, just like we did a couple of lessons ago.

You will notice that I’ve indented the new tags. This means I’ve pressed the TAB key in notepad to leave a gap at the beginning of each tag. This makes it easy to tell which tags are nested (contained) within other tags. In this diagram I’ve marked the TAB indentations in green.

<body><section><h1>FOTC Website Tutorial</h1><div><h2>Making our first page</h2><p>It is possible to make websites using these extremely simple tools. This is great news as it means everyone can learn to make websites.</p></div></section></body>

You should get into the habit of using indentation to make your HTML readable. When you come back to make changes to your website – or if another developer needs to – you will thank yourself for putting in the time to make your website as clean as possible. Clean HTML is much easier to work with.

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