Assignment 11 Unit1 Web authoring
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  • 1. Assignment 11 Unit1: Web Authoring: Yaqub Nur 12c In this report I will be discussing the different types of Web Authoring (Protocol, Design, Software and HTML. Web Authoring Term: Web authoring is category of software that enables the user to develop a Web site in a desktop publishing format. Examples of Web Authoring is Protocol, Design and Software Protocol: Protocol is another word for Rules. When discussing Web authoring protocols we are talking about the rules which govern the exchange of data and information over the internet. There are several protocols we need to be familiar with and understand. URL (Uniform Resource Location) The web address of a website. Example http://google.co.uk .This protocol will direct you to the Website. Domain Name: The name of a website. Theses tend to be memorable so people can easily type them into an address bar or search engines. ‘Facebook’ is the domain name of. www.facebook.co.uk Top Level Domain Name. The last section of a URL. They include the type of website as its Location. These are the familiar and recognisable Protocols because they are the main easy ways of a Protocol and for a website as well. Web Page Naming Conventions: Websites are made of lots of pages, all using the same URL. It is important that each web page has a suitable name that reflects the content on that page.  An example of Web page conventions is: Home page = www.example.com/index.htm  Contact us = www.example.com/contact.htm  About us = www.example.com/about.htm Home page = www.example.com/index.htm Contact us = www.example.com/contact.htm About us = www.example.com/about.htm Design Conventions: The Rule of Thirds is one of the most important design principles. It is a rule that is applied to the layout and composition of images and websites. Colour Schemes:
  • 2. Assignment 11 Unit1: Web Authoring: Yaqub Nur 12c Monochromatic means “One colour”. This means that if a website is monochromatic it uses only one colour, but it can use all the tints, tones and shades of that colour. Analogous is one which uses similar colours. Analogous colours are located next to each other on the colour wheel Complimentary colours are one which are opposite but visually work very well together. They are always found opposite each other on the colour Wheel Fonts: Titles and sub-headings should be larger than the text below them to show importance and to break the page and content up. Fonts should also be clearly coloured so they can be easily read. Fonts and Text: Finding the right font for a website is important visually and for useably. Fonts are divided into two categories serif and sans serif. Sans serif is one that does not have the small projecting features called "serifs" at the end of strokes. Serif is is a small line attached to the end of a stroke in a letter or symbol. Paragraphs are used in websites, same as they are in writing, to break up long bits of text. Each paragraph should have its own focus. For example: A paragraph welcoming you to the website A paragraph introducing the website and then another explaining what it is about. Backgrounds: Single colours should follow your colour scheme for consistency, and should make it easier to read the writing on your website. Patterns can also be used, but should not “distract” from the foreground and content of your website. Images are sometimes used, but finding the right image can be difficult and large images can make websites slower to load. Software: HTML Text Editors:
  • 3. Assignment 11 Unit1: Web Authoring: Yaqub Nur 12c These let you type the HTML code that builds websites. They are dependent on your knowing all the code. Example: Notepad Hyper-Text-Make-up- Language Hyper-Text – Transfer- Protocol Visual Editors These let you build websites visually and do much of the programming for you. Example: FrontPage, Dreamweaver Web Authoring: HTML: HTML: HyperText MarkUp Language. HTML is used to build websites. Text Editors let you programme the website from scratch Conclusion: In conclusion this report has looked at several different aspects of Web Authoring, including Protocols, Design Conventions, Software and HTML. Also I have learnt several protocols and the meaning of Protocol. This will help me in my Report because it will allow me to design my own superhero. What I have learnt from this Assignment is the different rules of Protocol, Design conventions, Software and HTML. I can use this in my own work because it helped me decide what I should include in my website when I make my own superhero.
  • 4. Assignment 11 Unit1: Web Authoring: Yaqub Nur 12c