Welcome to the Web!
In this class you'll learn the basics about creating your own Web page. You'll practice using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and you'll also explore ways to make your Web pages stand out.
You will have a chance to practice in class tonight.
Are you ready?
Let's do it!
THIS IS HOW WE DO IT!!!!
First, the rules for creating web pages
- Think about what your are going to write, and think about the layout before writing the HTML.
- Use HTML that most browsers can deal with
- Use relatively small images and limit the number of images in a web page.
- USE PROPER GRAMMAR AND SPELLING
- Include an email address for coments, the name of the author, the URL for the page, and date of last modification.
This is a display of how you can change the color and font size of text!
This is italicized text
This is emphasized text, often displayed as italic.
This is bold text
This is a quotation using blockquote - "I have a dream!"(notice the indentation)
This is preformatted text - it tells the browser not to automatically
rearrange or format the text --notice the different font of this text
This displays special characters on the screen - <(less than), >(greater than), &(ampersand).
Ordered or Numbered List
- list item number one
- list item number two
- list item number three
Unordered or Bulleted List
- list item bullet one
- list item bullet two
- list item bullet three
Descriptive or Indented List
- descriptive title one
- descriptive definition for title one
- descriptive title two
- descriptive definition for title two
- descriptive title three
- descriptive definition for title three
Here I used the term "HREF" to create a hyperlink
Prince Georges Community College
I used the "IMG SRC" tag to display this image and align the text
with the middle of the picture.
You can make comments to yourself in your web page by using tags.
Link to another page I created