A very simple web page
Welcome to your first web page in this course! In this
course you will learn:
- Understanding of computer organization and principles of the
- How to mark the contents of your pages using XHTML
- How to set appearance of different elements in your pages using
- How to add dynamic and interactive features to your pages with
- Historic and social perspective on computers.
- You can see the HTML code of the page (it's called the
source) by going to View in the browser menu and
choosing Page Source.
<p> tags to separate paragraphs. Skipping
lines in the HTML source has no effect on the resulting web page.
- The source code of your page should look neat and
organized, this way it's easier to read and to change if
- While most modern browsers don't require compliance with XHTML,
W3C recommends to follow this specification.
schools is an excellent reference on Web languages.
- You can validate your XHTML page using XHTML validator.
It helps to take a outdoor walk while thinking about HTML. In
Morris you can find some nice views:
Here are more views:
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