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Html Study Guide

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Html Study Guide

  1. 1. HTML
  2. 2. Review  What does HTML stand for? Hypertext Markup Language  What are tags? Codes which the __browser__ reads and interprets for _display_ to the user.
  3. 3. Review  Write the HTML code to make your first name bold and your last name italicized. <b>Tina</b> <i>Abbott</i>  What are the alternate tags for bold and italics? Strong and EM
  4. 4. Review  Write the basic structure for an HTML document: <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE>…</TITLE> </HEAD> <BODY> … </BODY> </HTML>
  5. 5. Review  __ <P>____Insert the beginning and ending tag around this block of text to make it a paragraph. Blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah blah__</P>______  What is the tag for a line break? <BR>  What is its ending tag? There isn’t one!
  6. 6. Review What is the code to create a bulleted list? <UL> <LI>…</LI> <LI>…</LI> </UL> (UL stands for Unordered List. LI stands for List Item.)
  7. 7. Review Write the code to create a numbered list in HTML: <OL> <LI>…</LI> <LI>…</LI> </OL> (OL stands for Ordered List.)
  8. 8. Review  Write a font tag that changes the words below to helvetica, size 3, white: <FONT face=“Helvetica” size=“3” color=“white”> Change my text </FONT>
  9. 9. Review - Attributes  What are attributes? Attributes modify tags  How is a tag structured with attributes? <TAG attribute=“setting”> What is the attribute setting always enclosed in? quotation marks
  10. 10. Review - BODY  Write the Body tag that makes the entire webpage background navy. <BODY bgcolor=“navy”>  Write the Body tag that makes the entire webpage use a tiled image called bluebg.gif <BODY background=“bluebg.gif”>
  11. 11. Review - Hyperlink  Hyperlink the words below. Link them to www.heritagehawks.org <A href=http://www.heritagehawks.org> Learn about Heritage </A>
  12. 12. Review - IMG  Write an image tag for an image called dog.gif in the images directory. <IMG src=“images/dog.gif”>
  13. 13. Review - IMG  What image file types are supported on the web? .png .gif .jpg (.jpeg)  File sizes should be kept under what size? 30 kb !!!!!!!!! What is the ending tag for IMG? There isn’t one!
  14. 14. New Attribute for BODY  You can use the TEXT attribute within the BODY tag to set the text color of an entire page.  Example: <BODY bgcolor=“black” text=“white”>  The above sets the page color to black and the text color to white.
  15. 15. HTML Tables  Tables in HTML are like tables in Word.  They help add structure to a page.  Three tags are used to create tables.  <TABLE>…</TABLE> encloses the entire table.  <TR>…</TR> stands for Table Row and encloses an entire row, which is made up of Table Data cells  <TD>…</TD> stands for Table Data and represents a column within a row.  A table can have multiple rows (TRs).  A row can have multiple data cells (TDs)
  16. 16. HTML Table Example This code: <TABLE> <TR> <TD>Name</TD> <TD>Grade</TD> </TR> <TR> <TD>Jane Smith</TD> <TD>Senior</TD> </TR> </TABLE> Will appear like this: Name Grade Jane Smith Senior
  17. 17. HTML tables  How would you set up a table with 2 rows and 3 columns? <TABLE> <TR> (this is the top row) <TD>…</TD> (this is the left column) <TD>…</TD> (this is the middle column) <TD>…</TD> (this is the right column) </TR> <TR> (this is the bottom row) <TD>…</TD> (this is the left column) <TD>…</TD> (this is the middle column) <TD>…</TD> (this is the right column) </TR> </TABLE>
  18. 18. Table Attributes  Border – specifies the thickness, in pixels, of the table border.  Border=“0” for no border  Cellpadding – defines the space, in pixels, INSIDE cells.  Cellspacing – defines the space, in pixels, BETWEEN cells.  Example: <TABLE BORDER=”0” CELLPADDING=”2” CELLSPACING=”10”>
  19. 19. TR and TD Attributes  Align – left, right, or center  Valign – vertical alignment – top, middle, or bottom  BGCOLOR – background color  Width – in pixels or percentage of total space available  Height – in pixels or percentage of total space available  Examples: <TR ALIGN=”center” VALIGN=”middle” BGCOLOR=”#336677” WIDTH=”50%”> <TD ALIGN=”Left” VALIGN=”bottom” BGCOLOR=”#FFFFFF” WIDTH=”25%”>

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