7A-XHTML-T01 - 7A-XHTML-T01 Using XHTML to Create Web Pages...

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XP Objectives Learn about the Internet and the World Wide Web Identify and use tags on a Web page Save a text document as an XHTML file Document XHTML code using comments Specify headings Format Web page text New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS, 2e 2
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XP Objectives Identify deprecated tags Insert special characters, superscripts, and subscripts Insert an image Create ordered and unordered lists Learn about definition lists Validate a document New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS, 2e 3
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XP Learning About the Internet and the World Wide Web The Internet is a global network of computers linked by high- speed data lines and wireless systems The World Wide Web ( WWW for short) is just one of several services provided by the Internet The software you use to view and browse, or “surf,” Web pages is called a Web browser To display a Web page in a browser, the text and graphics on the Web page must be formatted using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS, 2e 4
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XP Learning About the Internet and the World Wide Web Hypertext is a way to organize information so that you can click links and view Web content in a non-sequential manner Markup refers to the symbols in HTML code that indicate how the text or images should appear in a browser Extensible Hypertext Markup Language (XHTML) specifies that the code to display content on Web pages must follow certain rules New Perspectives on Blended HTML, XHTML, and CSS, 2e 5
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XP Typing the Code for XHTML Tags To type the code for an element that has both a start tag and an end tag, use the following format: <start tag> content </end tag>. To type the code for an empty element, use the
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course COMP SCI 1B03 taught by Professor Dr.dotler during the Spring '10 term at McMaster University.

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