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This is an introduction to the HTML language for high school students in a web design and development course.

This is an introduction to the HTML language for high school students in a web design and development course.

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  • 1. HTML The Language of the World Wide Web
  • 2. HyperText Markup Language
    • To make Web pages, you create files written in HyperText Markup Language (HTML) and place them on a Web server. Once on the server, any browser can retrieve your Web pages over the Internet.
    Web Server
  • 3. What HTML Looks Like
  • 4. Tags
    • HTML uses tags that surround your text.
    • Tags are words or characters in angle brackets: <title>, <h1>, <p>
    • The tags tell the browser about the structure and meaning of your text.
      • <title> = make this text the page title
      • <h1> = make this text a heading
      • <p> = make this text a paragraph
  • 5. Tag Characteristics
    • Tags come in pairs (at least MOST of them do) that come before and after the text they are directing.
      • The first tag is the starter or opener.
      • The second tag is the ender or closer. This tag includes a forward slash /
      • Together these tags are called an element.
    Starts a paragraph Ends a paragraph Starts text emphasis Ends text emphasis
  • 6. Tags and Page Structure
    • The HTML document starts and ends with <html> </html> to tell the browser the language.
    • The two main sections are the header and the body.
      • The header includes information about the page
      • The body is what your visitors see on the page.
    <head> </head> <body> </body>
  • 7. Tags and Page Structure
    • The header contains the title element, which appears in the browser frame.
    • The body contains heading, paragraph, and image elements.
    <head> </head> <body> </body> <title> </title> <h1> </h1> <p> </p> <img src=“image.jpg”>
  • 8. Let’s give HTML a try!
    • (End First Show)

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