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1 Web Page Development Identify elements of a Web Page Start Notepad
Describe the Notepad window Enter the <HTML>, <HEAD>, <TITLE>, and <BODY> tags Enter a paragraph of text, a bulleted list, and HTML tags Save an HTML file

2 Web Page Elements Title Bookmarks Body Background Normal text
Paragraph Bulleted list Headings Images Horizontal Rules Image map Hotspot Animated images Hyperlinks

3 Web Page Elements title body heading horizontal rule image paragraph
bulleted list links animated image

4 Entering HTML Tags and Text
Four tags define the overall structure of standard Web pages: <HTML> and </HTML> Indicates file is an HTML document <HEAD> and </HEAD> Introduction to the rest of the file Indicates the area where the title will be placed <TITLE> and </TITLE> Indicates the title that will display in the title bar <BODY> and </BODY> Indicates the boundaries of the Web page

5 Basic HTMl tags <html> <Title>MY PAGE</Title> <Body> ….. </Body> </html>

6 Entering Initial HTML Tags
initial tags insertion point It is good form to be consistent when you type tags, adhering to a standard practice

7 Entering Initial HTML Tags
all Web page content will be placed here ending BODY and HTML tags If you notice an error in the text, use the BACKSPACE key to erase all the characters back to and including the one that is incorrect

8 Saving the HTML File Click the Save button

9 Using a Browser to View a Web Page
After you save your HTML file, you may view your Web page in a browser The HTML file displays in your browser just as it would on the Web Windows allows you to view the page in your browser while keeping Notepad open

10 Color Codes In order to change text colors, you will need two things: 1. A command to change the text. 2. A color code (A hex code). The color codes, as I said above, are technically called Hex Codes.. The codes are not too user friendly, and you'll need a chart to tell you what code makes what color. See color code examples

11 Background Colors

12 Adding Background Color
Locate the 6-character code of the color you wish to use


14 You have the ability to change full page text colors over four levels:
<TEXT="######"> - This denotes the full page text color. <LINK="######"> - This denotes the color of the links on your page. <ALINK="######"> - This denotes the color the link will flash when clicked upon. <VLINK="######"> - This denotes the colors of the links after they have been visited. These commands come right below the <TITLE> commands. Again, in that position they affect everything on the page. Also... place them all together inside the same command along with any background commands. Something like this: < BODY BGCOLOR="######" TEXT="######" LINK="######" VLINK="######">

15 You can also use an image as a background, e.g.
<html> <Title>MY PAGE</Title> <Body background=“blue_pap.gif”> <Body> ….. </Body>

16 Headings Used to separate text and introduce new topics
Vary in size, from <H1> through <H6> Use the same sized heading for the same level of topic


18 Paragraphs Most text on Web pages is in paragraph format
The <P> tag has an optional ending tag When a browser finds a <P> tag, it starts a new line and adds a paragraph break Try not to type large sections of text without having paragraph breaks

19 <P>Hello there</P> Hello there<BR> Hello there
paragraph tag and text The <BR> (break) tag breaks a line of text and starts a new line, but does not add vertical spacing like a <P> tag


21 Creating a List Lists structure your text in outline format
Unordered (bulleted) lists <UL> and </UL> marks the beginning and end of unordered lists Ordered (numbered) lists <OL> and </OL> marks the beginning and end of ordered lists The <LI> and </LI> tags define list items The TYPE attribute defines the default bullet or number type

22 Unordered Lists <H3>Unordered Lists</H3>
<UL TYPE=“disc”> <LI>First item – type disc</LI> <LI>Second item – type disc</LI> </UL> <UL TYPE=“square”> <LI>First item – type square</LI> <LI>Second item – type square</LI> <UL> <UL TYPE=“circle”> <LI>First item – type circle</LI> <LI>Second item – type circle</LI>

23 Ordered Lists <H3>Ordered Lists</H3> <OL TYPE=“1”>
<LI>First item – type 1</LI> <LI>Second item – type 1</LI> </OL> <OL TYPE=“A”> <LI>First item – type A</LI> <LI>Second item – type A</LI> <OL TYPE=“a”> <LI>First item – type a</LI> <LI>Second item – type a</LI> <OL TYPE=“I”> <LI>First item – type I</LI> <LI>Second item – type I</LI> <OL TYPE=“i”> <LI>First item – type i</LI> <LI>Second item – type i</LI>

24 Creating a Bulleted List
tags and text


26 Go to<A href="page..htm>My page</A>
Go to My page

27 Your Web Page title main heading paragraph H2 heading body of Web page
bulleted list


29 <Table border=2>
<TR> <TD>1<TD><TD>1A<TD><TD>1B<TD> <TD>2<TD><TD>2A<TD><TD>2B<TD> <TD>3<TD><TD>3A<TD><TD>3B<TD> <Table> <Table border=2> <TR> <TD>1<TD> <TD>2<TD> <TD>3<TD> <Table>


31 Forms (things to fill in)
<FORM METHOD="POST" ACTION= " "> A One-Line Text Box <INPUT TYPE="text" NAME="name" SIZE="30"> A Bigger Text Box <TEXTAREA NAME="comment" ROWS=6 COLS=40> Input Buttons <INPUT TYPE="radio" NAME="heading of button" VALUE="button name"> Example

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