CS 10-8 - o HTTP – hypertext transport protocol o HTML =...

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CS 10-8 08/10/2007 14:59:00 Where does the term web come from? Hypertext links a number of names together from search engines in a linear  fashion o Martin luther king to King Philip to King George From this we get the term Hyperweb because it creates a “web” of information o More simply, “the web” Servers Client server architecture o One computer is the server with a bunch of client computers  connected to the server Peer to peer architecture o Several computers communicating with one another where no one  computer is really in control Web browsers Enter URL into web browser which info is sent to a web server o URL = uniform resource locator
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Unformatted text preview: o HTTP – hypertext transport protocol o HTML = hypertext markup language Adding formatting information into text or webpage Ex. font, style, size “Stanford <u>beats</u> USC” would underline beats ← Tags • <u> is a tag • most tags work in pairs o one is a start tag and the other is an end tag o <u> = underline, <i> = italics, <b> = bold (text-level inline) • <font color=“red”>stanford</font> o “color” is an attribute and “red” is a value • <p> = new paragraph tag, <h1> <h2> <h3> (block-level tags) 08/10/2007 14:59:00 ← 08/10/2007 14:59:00 ←...
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