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Web technologies: Lesson 2

  1. 1. WEB TECHNOLOGIES:LESSON 2UnallocatedSpace
  2. 2. Last Week at UAS… Fundamentals of the web. Languages of the web Notepad “Hello World” Slides are here: http://www.slideshare.net/nhepner/web- technologies-lesson-1
  3. 3. Today… Editors HTML  Review of tags  Attributes  Intro to basic HTML tags and usage  Discussion of the Document Object Model CSS  How CSS relates to the DOM  Different CSS properties  References for CSS  Quick review of some CSS3 properties
  4. 4. A Quick Word on Editors… Ignore Fanboys. Use what works for you. Some, but not all editors…  VIM, Nano, emacs, notepad, SciTE WYSIWYG Editors
  5. 5. Setting up a project Create a project folder Home page should be called “index.html” May want to put images in “images” folder, CSS in “css” folder, javascript in “scripts” folder. Not required, but helps for organization.
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  7. 7. Last Week‟s Tags <!DOCTYPE> <html> <head> <title> <body>
  8. 8. HTML Tags What are tags? Closing Tags Comments Multiple tags should be written as FILO – First In Last Out. HTML ignores whitespace in most cases.
  9. 9. Tag Attributes Provide properties to HTML tags. Give the browser instructions on how to handle the HTML tag. Listed within the tag itself  <img src=“example.gif” alt=“Example Image” /> You won‟t remember all the attributes. Use Google and http://w3schools.com for reference
  10. 10. HTML Comments Comment is code that is ignored by the browser. Useful for making notes. Can be helpful for marking off closing tags. Comments can be multiple lines. <!-- Any Text in here is comment -->
  11. 11. Text Formatting <strong>This text is bold</strong> <em>This text is italic</em> <u>This text is underlined</u> (deprecated) Header tags  <h1>This is a large title tag</h1>  <h2>This is a subheader</h2>  <h3>Smaller header Tag</h3>  …  <h6>”smallest” header tag</h6> <p>Starting a new paragraph</p> <br /> tags to force a line break. No closing tag. <span> for small, inline content edits.
  12. 12. Images <img> tag Requires “src” attribute. “Height” and “width” attributes require special attention. Crosslinking is bad. Try to host all images locally unless specific image hosting site. No closing tags for images.
  13. 13. Anchor tags <a> Requires „href‟ attribute and link text Examples  General use <a href=“about.html”>About Us</a>  Can be used with images <a href=“about.html”><img src=“about.gif” /></a>  Can link to remote URLs <a href=“http://www.google.com”>Google</a> “Linking” is another overloaded term.
  14. 14. Relative Pathing vs. AbsolutePathing Relative pathing means using a partial link, relative to the resource that‟s linking to it.  If „about.html‟ is in folder as „index.html‟, a link between them will just include the file name.  If „about.html‟ is in the „pages‟ folder of the project, the link from „index.html‟ will include the folder name „pages/about.html‟  In the above scenario, to link to a file in a parent folder, use „..‟ as the folder name – „../index.html‟. Can use as many times as necessary „../../../../../../index.html‟ Absolute pathing means using a full link to a resource.  Absolute pathing when linking to resources outside of your site.  Used to include external libraries.
  15. 15. Lists <ol>Ordered lists</ol> are numbered lists <ul>unordered lists<ul> are bullet points. I don‟t have a clever pneumonic device for this. Comprised of <li>List Item</li> tags wrapped with either <ol> or <ul> tags. Don‟t forget to close your list tag. <ul> <li>List item 1</li> <li>List item 2</li> <li>List item 3</li> </ul> Can be used to create navigation if anchor tags are included in the list items. Can nest lists within each other.
  16. 16. Tables NOT to be used for positioning. Comprised of many tags:  <table> Main table declaration.  <tr> Defines a table row  <td> Table rows are comprised of Table Data or table cells.  <th> Table header cell.  <thead>Define table headers. Still comprised of <tr> and <th> tags. Not a required tag, but helpful for browsers and spiders to identify content.  <tbody> Defines the main data section of a table. Same as above, not required.
  17. 17. Tables<table> • <td> tags contain “colspan” attribute. <thead> <!-- not required, just organizational --> <tr> • Don‟t forget to close your tags!! <th>Title</th> <th>Author</th> <th>Price</th> </tr> </thead> <tbody> <!-- also not required --> <tr> <td>Flying on your own wings</td> <td>Chris Heintz</td> <td>$34.99</td> </tr> <tr> <td>Beginning Blender</td> <td>Lance Flavell</td> <td>$49.99</td> <tr> </tbody></table>
  18. 18. Divs Separators for content. Very useful for content positioning. Useful for building CSS selectors.
  19. 19. Nesting Denotes a parent-child relationship Nesting implies inheritance. Lists, tables, divs – most HTML structures can be nested. (anchor tags cannot be nested).
  20. 20. HTML Selector attributes Id attribute on elements that will only appear once on a page. Class attribute on elements that require specific visual treatment  List items  Content regions
  21. 21. Document Object Model Provides usable structure for manipulation and traversal of HTML documents by other languages and applications. Relies on nesting and HTML Selector attributes to identify various page elements.
  22. 22. Cascading Style Sheets Used to denote presentation. Basically, tells the browser how to treat HTML elements. Customizes HTML. Include CSS files with the <link> tag. Requires href, rel, and type attributes  <link href=“css/style.css” rel=“stylesheet” type=“text/css” /> Does not require closing tag Much harder than it seems.
  23. 23. CSS Syntax Requires Selector Comments are contained within /* comment */ Curly Brackets to contain listed properties  Property name, followed by colon, followed by property value. End line with semi-colon./* Styling for main menu */#main-menu ul li { background-color: #003366; padding: 0; margin-left: 35px;}
  24. 24. Basic CSS Selectors Uses the DOM to identify specific HTML components To reference an ID in your HTML, prefix ID name with “#”  #main-menu To reference a class in your HTML, prefix class with a period  .main-menu-item HTML tags require no prefix Can mix and match to create selectors – narrows specification.  #main-menu li  ul.menu li a.active
  25. 25. Hex Colors http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_colorsfull.as p Can use color names. Two digits for Red, Blue, Green combination. Values for each digit can be 0-8, A-F. Better description here: http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_colors.asp Create a commented list at the top of your document with colors and descriptors to help remember your color palette.
  26. 26. Reference http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_css.asp

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