Unit D - Expression Web 3 Expression Unit D: Structuring...

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Expression Web 3 Expression Web 3 Unit D: Structuring and Styling Text
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Objectives Objectives Structure content with HTML Create paragraphs and line breaks Create headings Create lists Understand Cascading Style Sheets Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 2
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Objectives (continued) Objectives (continued) Create an element-based style rule Modify a style rule Create a class-based style rule Apply and remove a class-based style rule Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 3
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Structuring Content with HTML Structuring Content with HTML Use appropriate HTML More flexibility. Fewer hassles when updating. Easier to create and apply CSS styles. HTML tags Text enclosed in angle brackets. Identifies each piece of Web page content. Surrounds the content they define with an opening tag and a closing tag. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 4
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Structuring Content with HTML Structuring Content with HTML (continued) (continued) Element – combination of an opening tag, content, and a closing tag. Attributes – describes properties of an element. Markup – the use of tags to describe the structure of a document. Semantic markup – using HTML tags to mark up elements in a meaningful and descriptive way. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 5
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Structuring Content with HTML Structuring Content with HTML (continued) (continued) Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 6
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Creating Paragraphs and Line Creating Paragraphs and Line Breaks Breaks Paragraphs and line breaks are the most basic structural elements for text. <p> tag is used to denote a paragraph element. <br /> element is used to create a new line of text within an existing paragraph. Text within a paragraph element wraps automatically. [Shift] [Enter] creates a line break in code, but not a line break in the page. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated 7
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Creating Headings The Style list box provides a list of common structural elements, applies HTML tags, not CSS. Expression Web 3 - Illustrated
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Unit D - Expression Web 3 Expression Unit D: Structuring...

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