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Unformatted text preview: University Technology Training Center XHTML/HTML Fundamentals Quick Reference 12.19 .07 UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOG Y TRAINING CENTER XHTML/HTML Fundamentals Quick Reference 2008 Regents of the University of Minnesota University Technology Training Center All Rights Reserved uttc.umn.edu The University of Minnesota is committed to the policy that all persons shall have equal access to its programs, facilities, and employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, age, marital status, disability, public assistance status, veteran status, or sexual orientation. This publication/material can be made available in alternative formats for people with disabilities. Direct requests to: University Technology Training Center 190 Shepherd Labs 100 Union Street Southeast Minneapolis, MN 55455 612.625.1300 uttc@umn.edu UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER I Table of Contents TASK 1 1 HOW TO MARKUP CONTENT USING PAIRED TAGS 1 Overview 1 Applying Paired Tags 2 TASK 2 5 HOW TO MARKUP CONTENT USING SOLO TAG 5 Overview 5 Applying Solo Tags 6 TASK 3 7 HOW TO ADD A SPECIAL CHARACTER (I.E. ESCAPE CODES) 7 Overview 7 Adding Escape Codes 8 TASK 4 9 HOW TO ADD ATTRIBUTES TO XHTML TAGS 9 Overview 9 Applying an Attribute to an XHTML Tag 10 TASK 5 15 HOW TO CREATE LINKS 15 Overview 15 Creating a Link 16 TASK 6 21 HOW TO INSERT IMAGES 21 Overview 21 Inserting an Image 23 TASK 7 31 HOW TO CREATE AN ORDERED OR UNORDERED LIST 31 Overview 31 Creating an Ordered List or Unordered List 33 TASK 8 37 HOW TO CREATE A BASIC TABLE FOR TABULAR DATA 37 Overview 37 Creating a Table for Tabular Data 39 I I UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER TASK 9 47 HOW TO CREATE AN ACCESSIBLE TABLE FOR TABULAR DATA 47 Overview 47 Creating an Accessible Table for Tabular Data 53 TASK 10 65 HOW TO ADD XHTML COMMENTS 65 Overview 65 Adding XHTML Comments 67 TASK 11 69 HOW TO CREATE BASIC CASCADING STYLE SHEET (CSS) RULES 69 Overview 69 Creating a Basic CSS Rule 71 APPENDIX A 75 ONLINE RESOURCES 75 World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) 75 APPENDIX B 77 MINIMUM STRUCTURE TO AN XHTML DOCUMENT 77 NOTES 79 UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER 1 How to Markup Content Using Paired Tags Overview Paired tags always include an opening tag and a closing tag . Opening tags are written as follows: Less Than Symbol Tag Name (Always written in lower case) Greater Than Symbol < * > For example, the opening paragraph tag would look as follows: <p> Closing tags are written as follows: Less Than Symbol Forward Slash Tag Name (Always written in lower case) Greater Than Symbol < / * > For example, the closing paragraph tag would look as follows: </p> Les on 1 Task 1 2 UNIVERSITY TECHNOLOGY TRAINING CENTER Applying Paired Tags Note that we are using the paragraph tag (i.e. <p> ) for this demonstration....
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