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HTML ProgrammingIf you have been wonding how to make your own HTML web pages, then you came to the right place! A HTML document is a computer language devised to allow website creation. These websites can then be viewed by anyone else connected to the internet. It is easy to learn, with the basics being accessible to most people in one sitting and quite powerful in what it allows you to create.

The Basics

  1. If on Windows, open up Notepad. If on Mac, pen up Textedit.
  2. Start off your webpage by typing: <html>
  3. Next, give your page a title. For example, type: <title>My Ninja Homepage</title>
  4. Now, include a header. Use the <head> and </head> tags. In between both of those tags, include javascripts and other fun scripts you want to add to your page. (More info below)
  5. Finally, your ready to include the body of your page. Type <body> and then include all of the information your site will display. Once finished, end it with </body>.
  6. Whoa! Not so fast! Almost done- just finish your whole webpage with </html>.
  7. After you make you text you can play around with pictures. I will give you these codes below.
  8. Now you have your site when you save it save it as “index.html” (or anything else .html)
  9. Go find a web hosting provider and upload your files there!

Your done! And hopefully youve made a beautiful website. First try not too shabby?
Check out The Complete HTML Referencing Guide for more HTML tags.

For even more information, check out our even-more lengthy HTML tutorial.

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Windows XP on a PSPFor those of you who have a PSP laying around and want to take advantage of the many hacks you can perform on it… this tutorial will help you install Windows XP on your PSP in less than 10 minutes

Lets get Started!

  1. Open up your web browser and click here to download the ONLY file you need.
    What your downloading is PspWxp, which stands for PlayStation Portable Windows XP.
  2. Now that you have the one file you need. Connect your PSP to your PC.
  3. The folder that you download is called PSPWXP. Put it in the root of your PSP Memory Stick Duo. You have done every thing with your PC. Go to your PSP and open up its web browser.
  4. Type in “file:/pspwxp/index.html”
  5. Now you have Windows XP on your PSP!

Simple enough, enjoy!


This is not a real XP Install, it is only webpages that look like Windows XP, just a cool thing to show friends.

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