History files are created for the purpose of establishing a regular order or a sequence in which information is maintained over time, when aging members are likely to separate and younger members are left to recreate.

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The most important concept in programming is returning something back, in the way you first recieved it. If you mess it up and can't put it back like you took it, then what is worst. Creating a file from scratch or commandeering a file that already exist is not always a choice. Someone else's programming style maybe UNLABELED and is too complicated to sort-out the logic. Best practices suggest, that your program should be labeled in a way... where the new-comer may have a chance to recover an existing file, rather than start over. I am one of those creatures who like creating files from scratch. At least I can account for what I did and if someone doesn't want something I did then that, is the time to bring about change. That is not compromise, that is agreement.

CARDINAL RULE #1-Always backup your files, i.e. file001; file002; file003 etc. on your computer. Don't assume the possibility, that the files will be safe on the internet. Always have another copy-file another working file in the event you louse it all up. You also want to take notes while programming. For example, you might have to load multiple files in a single session, but if you don't have an accounting of all the files, you may miss a file and it never gets uploaded. The consequent of that kind of mistake... is when you go back to the web-site to examine what you did, the file is corrupt and sometime its takes a long research to pinpoint the problem. But, never give up. Perservere, and it will make you stonger next time. A computer is a perfect invironment. It conforms to logic and completeness. The computer will never be wrong. You must concede to that living reality, now!

CARDINAL RULE #2-You must committ to memory all HTML-COMMANDS. For example, HTML is the acronymn for Hyper-Text Multiple Language. The are many individual commands which make up the language. Using multiple commands together in a line is called a MACRO. Several MACROS together, create a file. HTML files have the file extention .html. For Example, filename.html. The Command for an image is IMG. The Command for text is FONT. The file command for URL LINKS is A. The Command for BOLD LETTERS is B. The Command for UNDERLINE is U. There are other functional commands such as; HTML, HEAD, TITLE, BODY, DIVISION, TABLE, PARAGRAPH, LINE, and EMBED,

CARDINAL RULE #3-Why would anybody want to recreate the wheel. I really don't have the imagination to put commands together to create MACROS, you might ask. Is there an easier way. The answer is yes. You steal the work from others who have already done the work many years ago. For example, how would I assemble a MACRO of Commands to display an image in a HTML file called images.html. So, now we will steal from someone else. Go to Google.com and ask the question? How do I display an image in HTML? You will get hundreds of responses from people who are willing to help. Take your time and look at all their examples. Look for buttons that you can click on in their examples. And how within the file it displays the image. Choose a MACRO you like, and that is within your own ability and stick with it. Make yourself of library of MACROS. Ask a question like, A simple format of an HTML file? See how different people approach a solution and whether their style suits your own.


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