- HTML is not case sensitive, but code should be written in lowercase letters.
- HTML only puts a single space between letters and symbols. No matter how many spaces you type, only one will show in the browser display.
To add a "no break space," type these symbols with a & before: nbsp;
- Almost all HTML tags can have "styles" attached to them. For example, to change the color of text in an entire paragraph, put the same code used on the Font color page in the paragraph tag.
- If you copy/paste text into HTML from MS Word, you may end up with some strange symbols. The most common causes are smart quotes and apostrophes. Also m-dashes, n-dashes and ellipses can be the culprits. Easiest solution is to re-type in your HTML editor.