Hour 18 Web Pages with HTML

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the code behind Web pages. Using HTML, you place text, graphics, Java and other active content, and hyper-links throughout Web pages to give those pages the look you desire. Unlike traditional programming languages, HTML is interpreted as your Web page loads. Your Web page, formatted with HTML code, goes across the Internet to any user who requests it. That user’s browser then interprets your HTML commands to format the page properly.

This hour introduces you to the world of HTML coding. You will learn how HTML formats text, graphics, and other Web page elements. HTML is a fairly simple language because, instead of issuing commands to process data as you do with procedural languages ...

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