OFFERED BY INSTRUCTIONAL COMPUTING AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI – ST.LOUIS. A WEB DEVELOPMENT SHORT COURSE. What is a webpage?. It is A TEXT FILE full of hints for your internet browser . Those hints are called “ TAGS ”
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AT THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSOURI – ST.LOUIS
A WEB DEVELOPMENT SHORT COURSE
What is a webpage?
It is A TEXT FILEfull of hints for your internet browser.
Some restrictions apply:
The filename should have a *.html or *.htm extension
File name should not contain spaces and special characters
Now let’s save your webpage
Now let’s check your web page
Here it is ...
Wait……This is not exactly what we wanted, is it?.
There are no line breaks!
How can we fix this?
For example in html we write something like this:
This is a <b> bold </b>
- The browser will show us the result:
This is abold
- If we want a line break at the end of line:
This is a<b> bold </b><br>new line
- The browser will show :
This is abold
START>Programs>Web Publishing>Macromedia Dreamweaver
You can switch back and forth between them using these 3 buttons
Path: from the top menu choose Modify/Page Properties
Probably the most important part of a website are “links”
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