What is HTML? HTML or
Hyper Text Markup Language is a Mark Up Language.
What is a Markup Language? A Markup language is a method of
text which tells the computer what to do with the text.
<p>stands for Paragraph</p>
<br>stands for break or line break</br>
The markup is known as a tag. A tag can be thought of as a container.
Can you guess what <table></table> tag stands for?
Here is a Sample of HTML:
Every HTML Document needs to have these components.
Go to the HTML Dog website, click on References, and look up the following HTML tags: <a></a>, <img /> , <div></div>, <table></table><ul></ul>, <h3></h3>. Find out how they are used and what attributes they include. Then hand type an html page containing all the required tags and at least two of the tags mentioned above.
Second Objective: Tables
Hand type a table in HTML. The table should hold some information, such as a schedule, favorite football players, or favorite video games. The table should have at least two columns and three rows.
Third Objective: Attributes
Adding attributes to a tag allows you to assign values or change settings relevant to the tag or element. Some attributes are used with specific tags. Others can be used by a wide range of tags. Look up the attributes for the <a> tag and <img> tag. Write an HTML file that includes five tags with one these attributes: src, href, style, class, id.