- Tim Berners-Lee developed HTML as a way for web pages to display their information. The browser reads the code and displays that page due to tags used for titles, paragraphs, links, and more.
- All that is required to create and test a webpage is a text editor, such as Notepad++.
- The Head contains the title that displays on the browser tab. The Body is where the contents of the web page are displayed.
- Heading elements are orgainzed into 7 different levels, and each level changes the size of the Heading. Example: h1 is the largest and h7 is the smallest.
- Ordered Lists display numbers or letters before the list items, such as this web page is using. Unordered Lists use only a bullet point or a list marker.
- Blockquote is used when displaying text in a special way. It indents the text on boths sides, centering it in the page.
- Special characters are used to represent symbols of importance, such as quotation marks, ampersand, copyright, and more.
- Absolute links give the absolute location of a resource on the Web. They uses the http protocol and domain name.
- Relative links are used when you need to link to web pages within your site. They do not use the http protocol.
- Beginner Level.
- Yes. With a beginner difficulty, this site is a good start for anyone.
- I learned how to tag an image in a web page using the img tag.