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Tutorial HTML – Conclusion

Tutorial HTML - Conclusion

This concludes our tutorial on HTML. This free tutorial on HTML was written for the beginner in mind and I hope it has helped you to gain a grasp of the basics features of HTML.

You have completed the basic tutorial on HTML and should be able to create simple HTML pages with confidence.

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