HTML 4.01 Weekend Crash Course by Greg Perry

By Greg Perry

The Weekend Crash path sequence contains 30 classes over a interval of 3 days. each one consultation is designed to take half-hour to accomplish, so the Crash direction is an excessive 15-hour studying interval starting on Friday night and finishing on Sunday afternoon. certainly, you could adapt your studying to no matter what time table most nearly fits your needs.HTML 4.01 Weekend Crash direction is written to satisfy the wishes of the reader who's new to HTML and new to scripting and mark-up languages. even if, by using conscientiously developed roadmaps first and foremost of every consultation in addition to pre- and post-assessment software program at the CD-ROM, the ebook can also be particularly available to the reader who already has a few wisdom of HTML or one other scripting language.

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So don your thinking caps because a whole new skill set is about to be yours in fewer than 30 hours. qc 7/7/00 09:04 Page 8 8 Friday Evening Note In other computer languages, the term program means a set of instructions that makes the computer perform a specific task, such as payroll processing. A Web page’s HTML set of tag commands is usually referred to as HTML code. HTML is more of a formatting language than a programming language. Some extensions in recent versions of HTML can be considered tiny programs, but the term program is rarely used for HTML code.

A more realistic design area, if you want to hit virtually every Web user in the world, is only 580 × 315 on a Mac and 635 × 314 on a PC. qc 7/7/00 09:05 Page 33 Session 3—Web Page Design 33 Part I—Friday Evening Session 3 Figure 3-2 At 640 × 480, the Web page is missing some content. What’s an HTML programmer to do? The problem of your varying Web audience is not insurmountable. Nevertheless, you must keep the majority of your users in mind when you design a page. Given that you’ve stepped up to the challenge of becoming an HTML programmer, you may have a more powerful computer than many of your Web page’s users.

Figure 1-4 shows the HTML code used for the Web page in Figure 1-3. In this case, the page’s author had to do absolutely nothing to write the HTML code. As a matter of fact, some programmers use programs such as Dreamweaver or FrontPage 2000 to design Web pages, and they never write or look at a single line of HTML code the entire time, from design to the Internet. qc 7/7/00 09:04 Page 15 Session 1—HTML and the Web 15 Part I—Friday Evening Session 1 Figure 1-4 FrontPage writes the HTML code in the background as you design the Web page.

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