Brief Intro to HTML


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My sister asked for some help with HTML. This is a quick tutorial on the terminology used by web pages. Hopefully you find it helpful too.

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  • CSS - How you want your info to look
  • URL - Where you are
  • HTML - The info you want to show
  • Javascript - Manipulate a website
  • Knowing the right terminology will help a LOT in finding answers to questions
  • A VERY brief Into to HTML
  • URL - Universal Resource Locator
  • Domain: Host of the website
  • Query String - Parameters for the webpage
  • Path: "Page" of the website
  • Domain
  • /Storyboard
  • Path
  • ?story=aboutHtml
  • Query String
  • HTML - The data you are displaying
  • Text
  • Links
  • images
  • table
  • just type text, use <br> for paragraphs
  • <a xlink:href="xxx">Link Text</a>
  • <img src="xxx" />
  • <td> (table data) create a cell
  • <table> - start a table
  • <tr> - start a row
  • Button
  • Radio Unselected
  • Select Box
  • HTML - The data you are displaying (Cont'd)
  • Unchecked Box
  • Text Box
  • Forms
  • Checked Box
  • Radio Selected
  • Text area
  • Use CSS to make a website look pretty
  • Makes images pop with drop shadows
  • <link xlink:href="xxx" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
  • CSS - Cascading Style Sheets - Controls HOW a webpage looks
  • Nicely places content on the page
  • CSS changes fonts and colors
  • <script src="xxx" type="text/javascript"></script>
  • Javascript / JQUERY - Lets you do advanced interactive features on a webpage
  • JQUERY is a very popular subset of javascript
  • Javascript lets you re-arrange and change a webpage once loaded
  • If you are just getting started, don't worry about javascript for now
  • <script> function foo(){..}</script>
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