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Intro to HTML
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Intro to HTML

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Learning the language of the Internet is not hard and there are great free resources online to help you learn it. Let's begin by reviewing what HTLM, HML, and XHTML are and look at the building …

Learning the language of the Internet is not hard and there are great free resources online to help you learn it. Let's begin by reviewing what HTLM, HML, and XHTML are and look at the building blocks of the World Wide Web -- HTML tags.

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  • 1. Intro to HTML & XHTML The language of the Internet: Getting started with HTML/XTML ©2014 Mr. Breitsprecher & Breitlinks (www.breitlinks.com) All Rights Reserved
  • 2. HTML versus XTML • HTML is basic & least-structured • HTML displays data • XML transports & stores data • XHTML is HTML based on XML • XHTML more structured & detailed • XTML contains metadata about content • Metadata is used by search engines • For our purposes, interchangeable terms ©2014 Mr. Breitsprecher & Breitlinks (www.breitlinks.com) All Rights Reserved
  • 3. HTML 5: Coming Soon • Coming in 2016 • Webmasters using since 2010 • Designed for screen readers • Makes Internet more accessible • Cross-platform compatibility ©2014 Mr. Breitsprecher & Breitlinks (www.breitlinks.com) All Rights Reserved
  • 4. Introducing HTML • Web pages are written in HTML • HTML = HyperText Markup Language • Describes the content & structure webs • Uses tags ©2014 Mr. Breitsprecher & Breitlinks (www.breitlinks.com) All Rights Reserved
  • 5. HTML Tags • Webs are made up of sections of code • Called elements • Defined by tags <tag> • Most used in pairs • <tag>Content</tag> • Tags tell browser how to interpret content between the tags ©2014 Mr. Breitsprecher & Breitlinks (www.breitlinks.com) All Rights Reserved
  • 6. Structure of HTML File <html> <head> head content </head> <body> body content </body> </html> Organize your code with indents. Web developers use 4 spaces for each indent. ©2014 Mr. Breitsprecher & Breitlinks (www.breitlinks.com) All Rights Reserved
  • 7. It’s a Sandwich • HTML is layered • All content between <html></html> • Head <head></head> & Body <body></body> within <html></html> • Case doesn’t matter • But please use lower case – easier to read ©2014 Mr. Breitsprecher & Breitlinks (www.breitlinks.com) All Rights Reserved
  • 8. FREE Online Tutorials • Standards set by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) • www.w3.org • W3C has free online lessons • www.w3schools.com • Easy & fun to use! ©2014 Mr. Breitsprecher & Breitlinks (www.breitlinks.com) All Rights Reserved Learn from the experts!

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