Learn basic HTML language, and be able to write HTML documents using a text editor.
- simple formatting
- controlled layouts using tables
- links and URL\u2019s
<title> IEEM 230: basic html tags
<b> IEEM 230 Lab 1: Simple HTML reference </b>
<b> <i> Simple formatting tags </i> </b>
larger font size; size=-N will decrease font size. The color=C changes the color of the text. HTML recognizes all common color names, or you can specify the RGB value of the color in Hexadecimal.
<b> <i> Controlling the layout of text in a page </i> </b>
<b> 1. Horizontal bars. </b> To break a page into sections, create a horizontal bar using the
<li> First item in an ordered list. </li>
<li> Second item in a ordered list </li>
<li> One item in an unordered list </li>
<li> Another item in the unordered list </li>
Another common use of tables is to divide the entire page into a few segments, with each segment having its own data to display. A table is made of rows, and each row has one or more columns, or cols.
<table border=1 cellspacing=1>
<td> First col of First row </td>
<td> Second col of First row </td>
<td> First col of Second row </td>
<td> Second col of Second row </td>
<b> <i> Commonly used links </i> </b>
The URL,(Universal Resource Locator) is the <b> <i>name and location </b> </i> (on the internet) of the linked file. Its format is: http://computer_name/full_path_name_of_file. The URL of a link is also displayed by the web client, e.g. Internet explorer shows it as the \u201cLocation:\u201d URL can be absolute (e.g. the first item in the list above), or relative to the location of the current file (e.g. the \u201cimg src=shark.jpg\u201d example in the list above).
The function of the internet requires at least two programs: A web client (e.g. Internet Explorer), and a web server (e.g. Apache, or Microsoft IIS). The server program is always running on a computer which is also called your web-server.
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