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For New Authors or authors that are updating their skills there are three core methods that should be combined to reduce the learning curve.

First you should acquire a good source of information about HTML. This should include technical information and instructions with examples that will teach you how HTML should be applied to your documents.

The second method you should employ is viewing the HTML source code of pages that you visit. When you come across a website that employees features that you are not accustom to using or if you just like the quality of the site you should view the HTML source and take note of how the author has manipulated the content of their pages to achieve the desired results.

The final method that should be of aid to beginners is to find a competent HTML editor that you like and use it to experiment. Once you have mastered making simple designs you can try complex Frame and Table formatting. The HTML editor should allow you to alter your designs quickly and when the desired results are achieved you should view the source code and learn how the HTML elements are applied. One note of caution, you should not become reliant on the capabilities of the editor to produce your code. Your main objective should be to learn the format then apply this knowledge by creating pages with a simple text editor like Notepad. This will confirm that you understand the methods needed to achieve a desired result and will be extremely important when you need to debug pages that are causing you problems.

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