Introduction to Static HTML Pages

This is a paragraph. Here you can write whatever you like.

This sentence is in bright red.

Let's include a picture.
Here is a friendly penguin:

To get the fishy file Click here

We can also include audio files. Most browsers should be able to handle the .ogg format. Click the play symbol to listen.

If the browser does not support the .ogg format, we can use the .wav format.

Ok, we're writing hypertext. That means we can link to other documents. Here is a link to our home page.

It is also easy to create lists in HTML. Here's an example

The blockquote tag may be used to create a block of indented text.
Here is our last HTML construct: a table.
This is the upper left stuff This is the upper middle stuff This is the upper right stuff
This is the next row left stuff This is the next row middle stuff This is the next row right stuff
This is the bottom row left stuff This is the bottom row middle stuff This is the bottom row right stuff

That's great, but not a very nice looking table. Let's try again. We can use a special character to make horizontal space.
This is the upper left stuff     This is the upper middle stuff     This is the upper right stuff    
This is the next row left stuff     This is the next row middle stuff     This is the next row right stuff    
This is the bottom row left stuff     This is the bottom row middle stuff     This is the bottom row right stuff    

Or, we can use the border feature of the table tag to put some lines into the table.
This is the upper left stuff   This is the upper middle stuff   This is the upper right stuff  
This is the next row left stuff   This is the next row middle stuff   This is the next row right stuff  
This is the bottom row left stuff   This is the bottom row middle stuff   This is the bottom row right stuff  

Finally, we can watch a movie.