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1 CS 177 Week 13 Recitation Slides HTML and Relational Database
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2 ANY QUESTIONS?
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What is HTML??? Language which specifies the format of the text on the world wide web. a.k.a. Hyper Text Markup Language. Was originally created with the intent of identifying logical parts of a document (example: header, body etc). Now, HTML is also used to control formatting of the web page as you see it on the browser. 3
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A Markup Language A markup language means that text is inserted into the original text to identify parts. In HTML, the inserted text (a.k.a. tags ) are delimited with angle brackets <> . Example of tags : <p> starts a paragraph and </p> ends it. <h1> identifies the start of a h1 heading and </h1> ends it. 4
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5 Parts of a Web Page Start with a doctype right at the start of the webpage to announce the type of the page (i.e. is it HTML, or XHTML, or CSS etc). Then comes a heading for the webpage which is enclosed in <head> … </head> Finally, we have the body enclosed in <body>…</body> All of the heading and the body nests within a <html> … </html> set of tags.
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The Simplest Web Page 6
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Creating and Editing HTML Files in JES 7
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Creating and Editing HTML Files in JES (continued)… 8 Save the file using an extension of “.html” (or “.htm” if your computer only allows three characters as extension) to indicate that the file is HTML.
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This note was uploaded on 02/22/2012 for the course CS 177 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at Purdue.

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