I am starting at the with w3schools.com with HTML. I know this is a the basic and the very beginning. But I figure it is going to be good place to start and I can figure out where to go from there. I know a lot of HTML from school and previous classes I have taken. This is going to be a lot of review for me.
HTML = Hyper Test Mark up language
Basic Tags of HTML
<tagname> Content </tagname>
most tags come in pairs
HTML5 – started in 2014
w3schools.com – HTML Editors
I have been using UEStudio for editing.
w3schools.com – HTML Basics
<h1> to <h6>
Biggest to smallest
<a href = “…”> </a>
<img src=”…” alt=”…” width”…” height=”…”>
w3schools.com – HTML Elements
Write my tags all in lowercase to keep them clean.
w3schools.com – HTML Attributes
Does the language help when the browser translates? The answer I found is yes the lang tag is used by browsers to translate. What I found that is interesting is that if you use it in the span or div tag you can display more than one language on your web page.
When you mouse over this you will get this info.
alt and lang also help the screen readers.
HTML Attributes exercises 1-5
w3schools.com – HTML Headings
<hr> = line it stands for horizontal rule
heading exercises 1-4
w3school – HTML Paragraphs
<br> = line break
<pre> </pre> I really like learning this one. It preserves both the spacing and the line breaks.
w3schools.com – HTML Styles
w3schools.com – HTML Text Formatting
w3schools.com – HTML Quotation and Citation Elements
w3schools.com – HTML computercode
<code> this might come in handy for this blog to keeps the formatting of the code like the <pre> tag
w3schools.com – HTML Comments
<!– This is a comment –>
w3schools.com – HTML Links
w3schools.com – HTML images
w3schools.com – HTML Tables
I am a little rusty on my tables haven’t done them in a while.
w3schools.com – HTML Lists
ordered – numbered
unordered – bulleted
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