HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, it is the language that all web pages start with. HTML tells your web browser (Internet Explorer, or Netscape) what to display when you visit a web page. It says what colors to show, how big text and pictures should be, and how the text and pictures are formatted. HTML works by surrounding commands with the greater than, and less than symbols. For example, all web pages start with this command *html*, and end with */html*.
We are expected to be creative when designing a website by including a function such as dropdown menu, checkboxes and many more. As an addition to my website, I have included some of the following pages: o Account o Membership o Season o Staff Picks o New Books I also enclosed the following document to complete this project: o Website’s sketches o HTML code sample o A few Website Screen Shots . WEBSITE INTRODUCTION Before proceed to the next pages, let me explain and introduce my website. As for me, I designed a classic look website and in un-formal way. The color of my basic template mostly, peach yellow, medium purple and light pink, saddle brown, and snow (white).
When creating a webpage, all must start with the code “<!DOCTYPE html>” and adding an extension “.html” so that it will distinguished as a webpage when saving it as a file. HTML codes use a programming language that known as “tags”. Tags are the codes that you put on making it to make the browser show what you want you show. Tags have many different kinds on HTML and CSS and each one has their own work to do, each one has a unique purpose for creating a webpage. Some of the tags don’t need to close by adding “/” before you start a tag.
Learning how to use these two languages will make it easy for the development team to build, design, and develop a website. What we mentioned above was the basics of web designing, which a brief summary of the basics of codes to design a webpage. This topic covers a lot of information after getting used to typing the codes; it will get easier for the designer to use both of the languages.
Later you will learn how to link your home page to your sub pages. Chapter 2 Starting your front page First we want to have a simple text program to use. Go to START programs Accessories NOTEPAD. Notepad is the only program I found to work for html. After you are in notepad type the following.
The *FRAME* tag specifies the html documents and whether the frame should have a border or a scrollbar for each html document. The *FRAMESET* tag does all the dividing. It specifies a few things regarding how to divide them up. (Note: If using web page providers such as angelfire and geocities, make sure the page that the frames code is going on is set for advanced html.) The most popular way frames are organized is by using two columns.
HTML Language HTML – Hypertext Markup Language HTML is the language for publishing hypertext on the World Wide Web. This scripting language can be created and processed by a wide range of tools, from simple plain text editors - to sophisticated WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) authoring tools. HTML uses tags to structure text into headings, paragraphs, lists, hypertext links etc. A convenient way to automatically fix markup errors is to use the HTML Tidy utility. This makes the document easier to read and edit.
Each of the programming language has its function and same goes with PHP language which are can output images, form a server-side cache for content and easily output any text such as XHTML and XML file. Example code of PHP language that used in developing program can be seen in Table 1. PHP code can be inserted into the HTML webpage
This language includes a set of codes or tags that describe the relationships ... ... middle of paper ... ... Online Web Design Training: "Spicing Up Your Site." http://www.holton.k12.ks.us/educate/training/spiceingup.html Oringe. 2001. http://web-design-program.oringeinteractive.com/web-design-programs.html Reed, Jody. History of Web Design. August 26, 2000. http://www.cuyamaca.net/jreed/cis212/presentations/design/history.htm The WebsEye.