CS - Study Guide 1

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CS – 205 Study Guide HTML -Hypertext Markup Language -“static” = can only view or print -not case sensitive JavaScript -developed by Netscape -now programming language & web authoring tool -can change the contents of a web page after the browser has rendered it URL -Uniform Resource Locator W3C -Wide Web Consortium -est. 1994 at MIT to oversee the development of Web technology standards XHTML -Extensible Hypertext Markup Language -IS case sensitive -All elements must have a closing tag -Attribute values must appear within quotation marks -Elements must be properly nested
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Unformatted text preview: Document Type Definitions (DTDs)-Defines the elements and attributes that can be used in a document, along with the rules that a document must follow when it includes them-3 Types: 1) Transitional 2) Strict 3) Frameset - <!DOCTYPE> declaration must be included in the html document Validation-Refers to the process of verifying that your XHTML document is well formed and checking that the elements in your document are correctly written according to the element definitions in a specific DTD...
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