#2 Creating and Editing a Webpage

#2 Creating and - HTML FourthEdition Project 2 Creating and Editing a Web Page Project Objectives Identify elements of a Web page Start Notepad and

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HTML Concepts and Techniques Fourth Edition Project 2 Creating and Editing a Web Page
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 2 Project Objectives Identify elements of a Web page Start Notepad and describe the Notepad window Enable word wrap in Notepad Enter the HTML tags Enter headings and a paragraph of text
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 3 Project Objectives Create an unordered, ordered, or definition list Save an HTML file Use a browser to view a Web page Activate Notepad Identify Web page image types and attributes
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 4 Project Objectives Add an image, change the background color of a Web page, center a heading, and add a horizontal rule View the HTML source code in a browser Print a Web page and an HTML file Quit Notepad and a browser
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 5 Starting Notepad Click the Start button on the Windows taskbar Click All Programs on the Start menu Point to Accessories on the All Programs submenu and then point to Notepad on the Accessories submenu Click Notepad If the Notepad window is not maximized, click the Maximize button on the Notepad title bar to maximize it
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 6 Starting Notepad
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 7 Enabling Word Wrap in Notepad Click Format on the menu bar If the Word Wrap command does not have a check mark next to it, click Word Wrap
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 8 Enabling Word Wrap in Notepad
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 9 HTML Tags and Their Functions
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 10 Entering HTML Tags to Define the Web Page Structure Type <!DOCTYPE html and then press the ENTER key Press the SPACEBAR three times, type PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.0 Transitional//EN" as the entry, and then press the ENTER key Press the SPACEBAR three times, type "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/xhtml1- transitional.dtd"> as the entry, and then press the ENTER key twice Type <html> and then press the ENTER key Type <head> and then press the ENTER key
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Project 2: Creating and Editing a Web Page 11 Entering HTML Tags to Define the Web Page Structure
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This note was uploaded on 06/14/2011 for the course COMPUTER 091 taught by Professor Rajivsir during the Summer '11 term at MIT.

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#2 Creating and - HTML FourthEdition Project 2 Creating and Editing a Web Page Project Objectives Identify elements of a Web page Start Notepad and

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