Week 6-ACC381 - CollegeofBusiness Information Systems Management Accounting Information Systems Lab HTML and Web Pages Samantha Name Kleitsch Lise

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Name College of Business Information Systems Management / Accounting Information Systems Lab - HTML and Web Pages Samantha Kleitsch / Lise Urbaczewski
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Web Pages… Why? Why build web pages? Think/Discuss: if we did not have a website… What IS a web page? Good one! We all refer to web pages and the Internet… but what really is this? What do you need to consider when designing a webpage? Users of the webpage? Digital natives vs digital immigrants Integration to other current aspects of the organization Digital vs ‘concrete’ stores Property of L. Urbaczewski / S. Kleitsch
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HTML: Hyper Text Markup Language A type of computer language primarily used for files that are posted on the Internet and viewed by web browsers. HTML is relatively simple. All text, graphics, and design elements are “tagged” with codes that instruct the web browser how to display the files. These files have the extension .html or .htm Property of L. Urbaczewski / S. Kleitsch
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Software programs to generate HTML iWeb http://www.apple.com/ilife/iweb/ Dreamweaver http://www.adobe.com/products/dreamweaver/ FrontPage http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/frontpage-help/about-front Word “Save As Webpage” – easy! Property of L. Urbaczewski / S. Kleitsch
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To format a simple text file into HTML, the user creates tags that start and finish with < and >. e.g., <H1> To end the formatting or change to another format, the HTML developer types the <, a backslash, then repeats the command and closes the bracket, >. e.g., </H1>
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This note was uploaded on 08/07/2011 for the course ACC 381 taught by Professor Samanthakleitsh during the Spring '11 term at University of Michigan-Dearborn.

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Week 6-ACC381 - CollegeofBusiness Information Systems Management Accounting Information Systems Lab HTML and Web Pages Samantha Name Kleitsch Lise

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