Chapter 4 - Chapter 4 Marking up with HTML Tags that need...

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Chapter 4: Marking up with HTML Tags that need to be closed o <b> bold o <i> italic o <p> paragraph o <html> html o <head> header o <h1> (through <h8> header size, smaller number = bigger size Tags that don’t o <hr> horizontal rule o <br> break An HTML Web page always begins with <html> <head> (preliminary material goes here) </head> <body> (main content goes here) </body> </html> An escape symbol is a combination of symbols to make up letters with accents and even the “<” symbol An attribute in a tag tells a more specific action like whether you want text centered o i.e. <p align = “center”> Another example of an attribute is with the width of a horizontal rule o i.e. <hr width=”50%” size=1> There are 2 parts of a hyper link, the text that in the current document that is highlighted, called the anchor text and the address of the other web page called the hyperlink reference o i.e. <a href= http://www.blog.com >Russell</a> The text that would appear
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course INFO 100 taught by Professor Clements during the Fall '08 term at University of Washington.

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Chapter 4 - Chapter 4 Marking up with HTML Tags that need...

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