It's easy to create your own HTML. So, before you go on to try other
methods, you should first try using a text editor to create a simple HTML
file. The first step is to find a suitable text editor on your system. On Unix
this easy -- all of the standard editors are of this type. On Windoze systems
there's a system-supplied text editor called "NotePad" (or somesuch -- I don't
do Windows). There are also a great number of other suitable text editors
available. On a Mac, my favourite is "Edit II", but there are lots of others,
including the system-supplied "SimpleText" editor.
Once you've located a suitable editor, and created a "New" document, try
typing in some of the HTML discussed in the lecture and tutorial. Save your
creation to a disk file (normally with an extension of
.HTM on MS systems), and then fire up a browser (Netscape, IE,
etc). Use the browser's "Open Local" menu (usually under the "File" menu -- it
may go by a different name, depending on the browser version) to open your
HTML document. Voila!