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oit_content_124347 - DREAMWEAVER CS3 CREATING BASIC WEB...

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D REAMWEAVER CS3: C REATING B ASIC W EB P AGES A N I NTRODUCTION TO W EB P AGES AND B EST P RACTICES T HE BASIC EQUATION FOR A WEB PAGE IS : + = Structure (aka Containers) Content Web Page S TRUCTURE / C ONTAINERS HTML Hyper-text Markup Language The primary language of the web Provides structural elements (e.g. tables, lists, paragraphs, headings) Has rudimentary styling and layout options CSS Cascading Style Sheets New language meant to supplement HTML Has no structural elements but modifies the properties associated with HTML elements Allows for advanced styling and layout without altering the structure HTML provides for content Folders You know, like on your computer Web pages have folder trees. A web page’s folder structure provides the page’s web address (aka URL). All non-text content must be kept in a folder.
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C ONTENT Images Two universally supported types: JPEG and GIF Use JPEG for photos; GIF for graphics with large bands of solid color, like banners, buttons or backgrounds
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