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NOTE:
Write html code (file) in Windows Notepad or Wordpad program.

(Notepad is located in Windows Accessories)
You can use any other text editor program, if you don't have Notepad.

McJeff's HTML 101 (Class #1)

WRITE THIS HTML CODE

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<html>

<head>

<title>Welcome to MY HTML 101 web page</title>

</head>

<body bgcolor="navy" text="gold">

<center>This is the text that will appear on my web page.

I suggest writing a paragraph of text about anything you like.

This is my first web page!

So type what you like, next we will add pictures.

Wow!! This exercise is to write, save and load an HTML File.

( Web Page )

</center>

</body>

</html>

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Save this file as INDEX.HTM (on a floppy disk, if possible)

All web page(s) are saved with .htm or .html extension

NOTES:

Anything inside <> is a tag i.e.; <body> = body tag.
<body> opening body tag. <>
</body> closing body tag. </>
If you use an opening tag most of the time
your must also use a closing tag.
But, you do not have to close all tags.

NEW TAGS

<HTML> </HTML> HTML = hyper text markup language.

<HEAD> </HEAD> DOCUMENT HEADER (DOCUMENT INFO).

<TITLE> </TITLE> DEFINES WEB PAGE TITLE.

<BODY> </BODY> The <body> tag allows you to define
your web page background color, text color and link colors.
<body bgcolor="navy" text="gold">
"A navy blue web page, with gold text."
Body bgcolor means "body background color."
Defines the body of your web page.

<CENTER></CENTER> Centers text and images on web page.

Colors:
Most browsers 3.0 or higher will understand
most colors; such as red, blue, black, white, gray, yellow,
navy, gold, teal, green and more. Try different
combinations.

 

Write html code (file) in Windows Notepad or Wordpad program.

(Notepad is located in Windows Accessories)
You can use another text editor program
if you don't have Notepad.


To view your web page:
Open Netscape or Internet Explorer, go to the file menu,
then click on open... (for Internet explorer)
or Open File in Browser... (for Netscape)

Select the file A:\INDEX.HTM

You should now be viewing your web page. :-)

You should now be able to write, save and view

your own web pages.

 

THIS IS WHAT YOUR PAGE SHOULD LOOK SOMETHING LIKE


This is the text that will appear on my web page.

Use any color combination you like.

Write a paragraph of text about anything you like.

This is my first web page!

So type what you like.

Next we will add pictures.

Wow!!


This exercise is to write, save and load (view) a HTML File
( A Web Page )

 

HOMEWORK:

Write a few pages using different background and text colors.

We'll be seeing you,
McJeff

McJeff's HTML 101 Class #1

 

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