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  • 1. HTML Basics, Textile and Movable Type
  • 2. Movable Type is the tool you’ll use to update CHILD. You’ll use very basic HTML and Textile within Movable Type to format the text and add links. Why do I need to know this?
  • 3. HTML Basics
  • 4. Basic HTML Principles
    • All text, headers, lists, tables, images, links, etc. need to be enclosed in HTML tags
    • HTML tags have a left angle bracket ( < ), a tag name, and a right angle bracket ( > ).
    • Example:
    • <tag>
  • 5. Basic HTML Principles
    • Tags are usually paired (e.g., <h1> and </h1> ) to start and end.
    • The end tag looks just like the start tag except a slash (/) precedes the text within the brackets.
    • Example:
        • <h1>Header One</h1>
        • <b>Bold Text</b>
        • <p>Paragraph</p>
  • 6. Headings Example HTML Heading One <h1>Heading One</h1> Heading Two <h2>Heading Two</h2> Heading Three <h3>Heading Three</h3>
  • 7. Paragraphs Example HTML Here is the first paragraph. Here is the second paragraph. <p>Here is the first paragraph.</p> <p>Here is the second paragraph.</p>
  • 8. Lists Example HTML
    • Bullet Item
    • Bullet Item
    • Bullet Item
    <ul> <li>Bullet Item</li> <li>Bullet Item</li> <li>Bullet Item</li> </ul> 1. Item One 2. Item Two 3. Item Three <ol> <li>Item One</li> <li>Item Two</li> <li>Item Three</li> </ol>
  • 9. Hyperlinks <a href=“http://site/default.asp”>Home</a> Home
  • 10. Images <img src=“/site/images/image.gif”>
  • 11. Text Formatting DO NOT USE! Underline Example HTML Bold <b>Bold</b> or <strong>Bold</strong> Italic <i>Italic</i> or <em>Italic</em>
  • 12. Basic HTML Principles
    • Some tags include an attribute, which is additional information that is included inside the tag. For example, an “a” tag, which is used for hyperlinks, contains attributes as shown:
    • <a href=http://www.seattlechildrens.org>Dot Org</a>
    • ” a” is the tag
    • “ href” is an attribute (indicates what is linked to)
    • ” target” is another attribute (indicates the link opens in a new window). Used for linking to documents (PDFs).
    • <a href=“/departments/web/docs/mydoc.pdf” target=“_blank”>My Document</a>
  • 13. Textile
  • 14. What is Textile?
    • Converts easy to use tags into HTML
    • “Humane” HTML
    • Like HTML Shorthand
  • 15. Textile Translations HTML Textile <h1>Heading One</h1> h1. Heading One <h2>Heading One</h2> h2. Heading Two <p>Paragraph</p> n/a <b>Bold</b> *Bold* <em>Italic</em> _Italic_
  • 16. Textile Lists HTML Textile <ul> <li>Bullet Item</li> <li>Bullet Item</li> <li>Bullet Item</li> <ul> * Bullet Item * Bullet Item * Bullet Item <ol> <li>Number One</li> <li>Number Two</li> <li>Number Three</li> </ol> # Number One # Number Two # Number Three
  • 17. Textile Links No equivalent – need to use HTML <a href=“/departments/web/docs/mydoc.pdf” target=“_blank”>My Document</a> HTML Textile <a href=“http://child”>CHILD</a> “ CHILD”:http://child “ Dot Org”:www.seattlechildrens.org <a href=http://child” title=“Visit CHILD”>Access CHILD</a> “ Access CHILD(GO TO CHILD)”:http://child
  • 18. Textile Images HTML Textile <a href=“/site/images/image.gif”> !/site/images/image.gif! <a href=“/site/images/image.gif” alt=“Image description”> !/site/images/image.gif(Image description)!