HTML Tutorial 5 – Links & Menu Bars – Website Design Tutorial

By | 22nd August 2017
HTML Tutorial 5 – Links & Menu Bars – Website Design Tutorial

In this HTML website design tutorial I will teach you how to add links to text and images. I will also show you how to make a very simple menu bar using text style.

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If you have any problems or need help with any of this tutorial please leave a comment below or message me on YouTube.
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20 thoughts on “HTML Tutorial 5 – Links & Menu Bars – Website Design Tutorial

  1. John Mark Lopez

    hi please teach me how to put a back ground image i am just 10 years old but this my project to make html file about justin bieber and i need put tittle in it then back ground photo and his biography.please i need your help.

  2. MyChannel IsDead

    Hopefully this video helps me on my practical test tomorrow


    Your tutorial provide me a good beginning…… Please continue so that I can learn more……

  4. Shane Dooley

    best videos for htl ever gonna start learning these tomorrow an spend a few days at them to be able to do on my own.

  5. Jack

    hello Ed! great video but i just thought id note something – make sure to save any files (of your own) to the desktop not the same file as if it is in a file it will open it through it, adding an extra /FILENAME/ to the link – it will not do this if it is saved in the desktop and your folder (not sure if it still works while not in your folder) Great Video!

  6. Rishabh Aggarwal

    you can also make webpages in ms word just type something in ms word and save it as .html and change the save as type to a website.

  7. gamerbossx boss

    It is not working I think because I am putting parentheses instead of that key where do you find that key

  8. channel 2

    Wow thanks man ,,you save me from this ha ha ha thanks,,very understanding nice..

  9. DrakeWooz

    Um help when i do the image thing from other vid it dont work and how do i add texts without it going to the top corner


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