– One component of an HTML document (such as paragraph, image, or link), including one or two tags, as well as attributes and content, if any.
– The design and layout of a page.
– Hypertext Markup Language. It is one of the publishing languages of theWorld Wide Web.
– The process of a browser reading tags and attributes from an HTML file,interpreting them, and displaying the resulting Web page.
– The HTML code that produces the Web page.
– Codes in HTML provide details to the browser on how to display a Web page,such as begin the body, start a paragraph, or modify the appearance of text and other elements.
– World Wide Web Consortium, the organization responsible for Webstandards, including HTML and accessibility.
– A file written in HTML, or other Web publishing language, that can berendered by a browser and posted on the Internet.
– A collection of Web pages linked together on a server that creates aunified presence.
Manipulate HTML code using a text editor application such as Notepad.
View Web pages created using HTML code using a browser.
Change text within a Web page using HTML coding.
Align text within an HTML document.
Set the background color of a Web page.
Set the text color within a Web page.
Discuss the idea of attributes. Attributes are informationthat alters the look of the page and, when they are included within the opening body tag, affect the entire document.
Students have already been given an example of thisthrough the code
"<body text=red>How would this attribute change things?</body>"