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Lecture06 and 07_Chapter4 - Chapter 4 : HTML and Web Page...

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Chapter 4 : HTML and Web Page Design Escape Symbols A few more Tags: <font>, <pre> Hyperlinks Images Handling Color Tables Lists Some ideas for motion Mailto Making a website
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The Escape Symbols What if our web page needed to show a math relationship like 0 < p > 1 Problem: < and > have a special meaning in HTML To show angle brackets, use escape symbol — ampersand (&) — then an abbreviation, then a semicolon (;)
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The Escape Symbols: Accent Marks For <, use < For >, use > Blank spaces can be added with &nbsb; What about &? What is the problem?
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More Tags Font: Used to give attributes to text. Some attributes: size, face, color Pre: The pre tag defines preformatted text. The text enclosed in the pre element usually preserves spaces and line breaks.
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Hyperlinks Hyperlinks require the use of “anchor tags” There are two sides of a hyperlink: 1. Hyperlink reference (the address of the other Web page)
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