A web page consists of basically two parts: the header and body. The header section of a web page contains information about a web page. The header section contains tags such the title and meta tags. The body section of a web page document contains the content for a web page. All the information you want to display on a web page should be included in the body section of the web page. Note that the header information, except for the title tag, of a web page is not displayed on the web page.< ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
You may ask yourself that question when you know there are many web development tools, such as Dreamweaver and FrontPage, that can create pretty interesting web pages without you knowing HTML. Keep in mind if you don’t know HTML and you use a web development tool, you are at the mercy of the tool. You may not have complete control over your web page development projects. If you learn HTML and also learn a web development software, you will have much more control over your web pages.
HTML is nothing more than a document formatting or tagging language. The tags (insider the <> delimiters characters) are instructions that instruct a browser how to display a web page. In HTML 4.0 and later, style sheets can also be used to format a web page. < ?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = “urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office” />
The internet is a structure that is made up of millions of
interconnected computers which allows users to communicate with each
other and share information. To connect to this network of computers, a
user needs an internet access. Regardless of location, a user can
quickly access information from internet.
So everywhere you look today, you’ll see internet address. An internet
address (specifically URL) specifies the location on the internet of
pages that present information about a company, group, an individual,
etc. Example of URLs includes http://www.scriptingmater.com,
http://www.scripting-mater.com, and http://www.scriptingmater.org, etc.
An internet information page is known as a webpage. A user can easily
and efficiently move between pages by following links. A web browser
allows users to access web pages. Examples of web browsers include
Microsoft Internet Explorer, Netscape, Mozilla, etc.
To create a web page, authors use a markup language. The most common markup language is Hypertext Markup Language (HTML).
I have created the website primarily to help people to learn web technologies. The website covers topics for each subject in a sequential order.
What more is coming to the scriptingmaster.com?
The site will have information about using Cascaded Style Sheets, Dreamweaver MX 2004, an image-editing software such as Fireworks, and more. I will add all this and more as I get more free time….so stay tuned.