Chapter 17. HTML: building web pages

This chapter covers

  • Using HTML to display static content
  • Tags, elements, and attributes
  • Common HTML elements
  • Manipulating web page content with JavaScript
  • Switching to HTML-based views in The Crypt

JavaScript is associated with adding interactivity to web pages: reacting to users clicking buttons and selecting from drop-down menus, for example, and updating parts of a page with new content. Having learned the fundamentals of the language, you’re almost ready to take that step to interactivity and dynamic content. Your focus is still on JavaScript, but you need to learn enough HTML to see how JavaScript can be used to create and manipulate the content of a web page. JS Bin still has you covered while ...

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