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BB efore, accessing information through the internet was a rather technical affair. II t was so hard for people to swap data. 11 990 TT im Berners.

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1 BB efore, accessing information through the internet was a rather technical affair. II t was so hard for people to swap data. 11 990 TT im Berners Lee – invented the use of HTML HH ypertext means text stored in electronic form with cross-reference links between pages. HH ypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a language for describing how pages of text graphics, and other information are organized, formatted and linked together. What is a Web Page?

2 11 993 AA lmost 100 computers throughout the world were equipped to serve up HTML pages. WW orld Wide Web (WWW), Web browser programs MM arc Andressen CC reator of Netscape Navigator TT he first Web browser that could view graphic images

3 WW YSIWYG WW hat you see is what you get WW eb browser II s a computer program that interprets (HTML) commands to collect, arrange and display the parts of a Web page. How Web Pages Work

4 SS oftware for Editing HTML WW indows Notepad MM icrosoft FrontPage MM acromedia Dreamweaver SS.H.E. (Simple HTML Editor) How to Edit Web Pages

5 HH TML tag II s a coded command used to indicate how part of a Web page should be displayed. MM ost HTML tags have to parts: AA n opening tag, which indicates where a piece of text begins AA closing tag, which indicates where the piece of text ends CC losing tags start with / (forward slash) just after the < symbol. Create a Web Page Right Now

6 FF our basic HTML tags in a Web Page << HTML> << HEAD> << TITLE> << BODY> Tags Every HTML Page Must Have

7 TT o skip a line between paragraphs, put a

tag at the beginning of each paragraph and a

tag at the end. TT he
tag forces a line break within a paragraph. DD oesn’t require a closing
TT he
a horizontal rule line to appear. Paragraphs and Line Breaks

8 FF or a big level 1 heading, put an

tag at the beginning and an

tag at the end. SS maller level use

and

LL ittle level use

Headings

9 << html>… EE ncloses the entire HTML document << head>… EE ncloses the head of the HTML document << title>… II ndicates the title of the document. Used within << body>… EE ncloses the body of the HTML document << p>…

AA paragraph; skips a line between paragraphs << br /> AA line break. HTML Tags Covered

10   A horizontal line rule  …  A first-level heading  …  A second-level heading  …  A third-level heading  …  A fourth-level heading (seldom used)  …  A fifth-level heading (seldom used)  …  A sixth-level heading (seldom used) HTML Tags Covered


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