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Html Power Point 1

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Html Power Point 1

  1. 1. Foundations for Creating a Web Page<br />I. HTML GUIDED NOTES <br />
  2. 2. A. Basic Terminology<br />1. What is a web site?(377) <br />Group of related web pages<br />2. What does HTML stand for?(377) <br />Hypertext markup language<br />
  3. 3. A. Basic Terminology (continued)<br />3. What is a Web page? (377)<br />This is a plain text document on a server connected to the www. ID by a URL<br />4. What is HTML? (378) <br />Basic language of the web. Is a series of tags that are integrated into a text document. <br />
  4. 4. A. Basic Terminology (continued)<br />5. These (HTML) tags Describe how the text should be formatted when a web browser is being viewed.<br />6. What does a Web Browser do: <br />Interprets the HTML Tags so you can see them on the screen<br />
  5. 5. A. Basic Terminology (continued)<br />7. Most Popular Web Browser?<br />Internet Explorer<br />
  6. 6. B. A Basic Page<br />1. An HTML page has 2 components they Page content and HTML Tags(379)<br />2. The main page( or INDEX) of most websites is referred to as the Home Page<br />
  7. 7. B. A Basic Page (Continued )<br />3. HTML tags are identifiable by: brackets: &lt;HTML&gt;<br />4. Theses brackets &lt;&gt; do NOT show up on the web page screen<br />
  8. 8. B. A Basic Page (Continued )<br />5. HTML tags define layout of the web page, or how we see it (379)<br />6. Tags come in pairs. You have a Start tag (i.e. &lt;HTML&gt; and an end tag (i.e. &lt;/HTML&gt;). <br />Notice the end tag includes a backslash: &lt;/&gt; <br />
  9. 9. B. A Basic Page (Continued )<br />7. Attributes identify a tag and what it does<br />a. Example the HTML TAG: &lt;Body&gt; allows you to create the body/content of your web page<br />b. The HTML TAG: &lt;BODY bgcolor = “Blue”&gt; makes the back ground of your content blue<br />
  10. 10. C. HTML TAGS TO MEMORIZE!<br />1. The first HTML Tag you type in all documents is: &lt;HTML&gt;<br />2. The second HTML Tag you type is to create a header: &lt;HEAD&gt;<br />
  11. 11. C. HTML TAGS TO MEMORIZE!(continued) <br />3. The third HTML Tag you type is to add a title to our header: &lt;TITLE&gt;<br />4. The fourth HTML Tag you type is to end the title to our header: &lt;/TITLE&gt;<br />
  12. 12. C. HTML TAGS TO MEMORIZE!(continued) <br />5. The fifth HTML Tag you type is to end our header: &lt;/HEAD&gt;<br />6. The sixth HTML Tag you type is to start the body (content) of web page: &lt;BODY&gt;<br />
  13. 13. C. HTML TAGS TO MEMORIZE!(continued) <br />7. The seventh HTML Tag you type is to end the body of the web page: &lt;/BODY&gt;<br />8. The eighth HTML Tag finishes your web page (and because each start tag has and end tag): &lt;/HTML&gt;<br />

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