DM 250 Week 1 - The Internet, XHTML, & CSS

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Introduction to Internet/Web, HTML, CSS. Made for my first time teaching a college-level course at Greenville College.

Introduction to Internet/Web, HTML, CSS. Made for my first time teaching a college-level course at Greenville College.

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  • 1. The Internet, HTML & CSS NO MORE CONFUSION Photo by emagic
  • 2. THAT’S NOT THE INTERNET!
  • 3. IT’S NOT A TRUCK EITHER Senator Ted Stevens -- 2006 Photo by beardenb
  • 4. The Internet A SERIES OF TUBES It’s just a giant network.
  • 5. The Internet A SERIES OF TUBES It’s just a giant network. The Word Wide Web is something different.
  • 6. Introducing the World Wide Web
  • 7. What is <HTML>? HTML is a computer language devised to allow website creation. These websites can then be viewed by anyone else connected to the Internet. -- HTMLSource Graphic by itspaulkelly
  • 8. HyperText
  • 9. HyperText Markup
  • 10. HyperText Markup Language
  • 11. HTML Is the Foundation of a Web Page
  • 12. BUT <b>how</b> does it <i>work</i>? Photo by Rutty
  • 13. XHTML eXtensible HyperText Markup Language
  • 14. html <tags> Photo by Jesper
  • 15. <b>bold</b> <i>italic</i> <p>Paragraph text.</p> Photo by Jesper
  • 16. Why Is XHTML Better? Photo by Travelin Libarian
  • 17. Why Is XHTML Better? • It’s Strict. Photo by Travelin Libarian
  • 18. Why Is XHTML Better? • It’s Strict. • Helps you avoid cross-browser compatibility issues. Photo by Travelin Libarian
  • 19. Why Is XHTML Better? • It’s Strict. • Helps you avoid cross-browser compatibility issues. • It makes you cool. Photo by Travelin Libarian
  • 20. Introducing .css { font-size: 36px; color: green; font-weight: bold; text-align: left; } img#lolcat{ height: 640px; width: 539px; border: none; }
  • 21. Cascading
  • 22. Cascading Style
  • 23. Cascading Style Sheets
  • 24. <html> <p class=“redText”> This text is red with CSS styling it. </p> </html>
  • 25. <style> p.redText { color: red; } </style> <html> <p class=“redText”> This text is red with CSS styling it. </p> </html>
  • 26. <style> p.redText { color: red; } </style> <html> <p class=“redText”> This text is red with CSS styling it. </p> </html>
  • 27. <style> p.redText { color: red; } </style> <html> <p class=“redText”> This text is red with CSS styling it. </p> </html> This text is red with CSS styling it.
  • 28. Anatomy of an XHTML Document Doctype Head Body
  • 29. Document Type Definition AKA: DTD or Doctype For Example: <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1-transitional.dtd">
  • 30. Let’s Create an XHTML Skeleton Phote by: an_untrained_eye