I am very pleased to announce the release of Blogging Tips first e-book ‘Basic HTML : An Introduction to HTML for Bloggers‘. This 63 page e-book spans 11 chapters and is available to download for free to anyone who joins our blogging newsletter.
Releasing an ebook is something I have thought about doing for a long time. HTML was the language I learned 9 years ago when I first started working on the web and to this day nearly all websites still use HTML to mark-up their code.
A basic understanding of HTML is something which I believe will greatly benefit all bloggers. Learning HTML will reduce the need for you to hire a designer or ask for help on a forum every time you want to modify your blog. You’ll be surprised at how easy it is to learn too, you’ll be spicing up your blog posts in no time!
In this e-book you will learn :
To download this ebook, all you need to do is sign up to our newsletter using the form below. You will be emailed a link to the pdf document after signing up.
The sheet contains the most common HTML elements that you will use when using HTML.
A direct download to this cheat sheet is at the bottom of our RSS feed so all you have to do to download is subscribe to Blogging Tips to download the document. Alternatively, a direct download link is also provided to those who sign up to our newsletter.
I have 3 or 4 topics which I would like to cover via e-books in the future. These will probably be more technical in nature. Blogging, making money online and marketing are topics that I would like to cover in the medium to long term however in my opinion, there are already some great guides out regarding these subjects, so I’d like to write about different topics first. I won’t give away too much at the moment though
When writing this e-book I was aware that too much information could have made it more difficult for some people to learn. As a result, the book was shortened from 73 pages in length to 63. Rest assured that the book contains everything you need to get started with HTML, it just wasn’t practical to list every HTML attribute and element available.
I could not have wrote this book without the help of Sarah and David Anderson. Sarah in particular as she proofread the whole book, pointed out mistakes and suggested alternative ways of describing things. It’s amazing how a second pair of eyes can help!! Thanks Sarah!
If there is anything in this e-book that you would like to clarify or expand upon please let me know and I will cover it in an article or add to the e-book itself. Plus, if there is a subject that you will like covered in an e-book in the future please let me know and I will do my best to accommodate you.
As always, I’d love to hear what you guys think of the ebook. Praise and constructive criticism welcome
Best of luck,
Kevin Muldoon is a professional blogger with a love of travel. He writes regularly about topics such as WordPress, Blogging, Productivity and Social Media on his personal blog and provides support to bloggers at Rise Forums. He can also be found on Twitter @KevinMuldoon and Google+.