Lecture05_Chapter4

Lecture05_Chapter4 - Chapter 4 : HTML and Web Page Design...

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Chapter 4 : HTML and Web Page Design WWW and terms Why do we need HTML? Basic Structure of an HTML File Tags Attributes White Spaces Escape Symbols A few basic tags: <b> <i> <u> <hr> <br> <p><h1>
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Web definitions WWW Web page Web site Web browser Web server
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Why do we need HTML? HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language. Hypertext Markup
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Why do we need HTML? Web pages takes up less space Restriction on Network Capacity and Bandwidth. Utilization of Client-Side Capacity Web page adapts to different computer screens more easily
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A basic HTML file <html> <head> <title>My First Page</title> </head> <body> Hello there. This is my first page! </body> </html>
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Tags Tags describe how a web page should look. They are used for markup. Formatting with Tags: Words or abbreviations enclosed in angle brackets < > Come in pairs (beginning and end): <title> </title> Tags are not case-sensitive, but the actual text between the tags is.
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