HTML Reading Assignment


#1

Welcome to the discussion about the first assignment.

Leave your answers to the questions below in this thread. If you have any questions or you want to discuss something connected to the assignment feel free to do it in this thread as well, but please everything to the topic of HTML!

  1. What is HTML?
  2. What is HTML used for?
  3. Why are we learning HTML?
  4. What is an HTML tag?
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
  6. What is an attribute?
  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

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#2
  1. Hypertext Markup Language
  2. It is the protocall that all web pages use to properly display information on your computer screen FROM the internet
  3. Because without a knowledge of it you can’t put your information/crytpo/business on the web. Everything we are doing resides on the web and HTML is the language we use to maipulate this environment
  4. HTML Tag tells the browser that this is an HTML document. It is also what defines different parts of the HTML document with regards to the text being bold or italics, headings, graphich placement holders, embeded items etc.
  5. …variable…

My First Heading

My first paragraph.


#3
  1. HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language which describes the structure of Web pages using markup. Hypertext means that it is the text which contains link to other texts and Markup means that the web would be a web of documents was the early thought for the web since the web was primarily used for research documents.

  2. a) Every web page you see on the Internet is written using HTML code.
    b) HTML ensures the proper formatting of text and images so browser may display them as
    they are intended to look.
    c) HTML also provides a basic structure of the page.

  3. If you dont learn HTML, you have to either be content with what the editor gives you or find someone who knows HTML and pay them for their HTML coding services. The best thing to do is to learn HTML, so that you can create the perfect web page for yourself, without having to pay others for it.

  4. HTML tags are at the center of how Web pages are formatted. An HTML tag consists of the tag name in angular brackets and may come in pair, which makes up the beginning and ending tag.

  5. The beginning tag consists of the name whereas the ending tag consists of the same name preceded by a forward slash ("/"). For example, the HTML tag “

    ” begins a paragraph, whereas “

    ” ends that paragraph. This is a syntax in HTML.
  6. All HTML elements can have attributes, provide additional information about an element. Attributes are always specified in the start tag and usually come in name/value pairs like: name=“value”.

Ex. []

Image have a set of size attributes, which specifies the width and height of the image.

  1. Every HTML document consists of two elements:

Head elements – provides page title and general page formatting commands
Body elements – put the main HTML text in this part.


#4
  1. HTML (Hyper text markup language) it’s a technology that let’s you see contents in your browser.
  2. It is used to program websites with a fixed content.
  3. It’s good to learn HTML as a foundation for web development and blockchain development.
  4. A tag is what makes the browser recognise what type of content it has to show and in what way.
  5. A tag starts with an opening <tag>, has usually an attribute inside and finishes with a closing </tag>
  6. An attribute specifies some additional properties regarding the content included inside a tag.
  7. An HTML page always starts with the tag <html>, it has and <head> where all the info needed to the website that won’t appear as a content (title, descriptions, seo, scripts and so on), and finally the <body> where all the content lies. All these tags need to be closed

#5
1. HTML is the structure of a web pages content.
2. To build a website structure.
3. To have a base to connect our dapps with the website.
4. Something to define what type of content we have on the website. For example <h1>A headline</h1>
5. opener "<" tag-type "h1" close of opener ">" "any content" close opener with slash as an ending tag"</" tag-type "h1" close of closer ">"
6. attributes r for example classes or ids that give tags the opportunity to give them more features / make them more individual.
7. the way to wrap website code, like <html> <head> <body>

#6
  1. HTML is an XML-based markup language developed to describe hypertext websites
  2. Describing websites so they can be rendered by a browser
  3. To enable us to build a front-end for our smart contracts that we will develop
  4. A tag denotes the start and end of a section in HTML, like a heading, paragraph, table…
  5. Denoted in < and >, the end tag additionally starts with a /
  6. An attribute in HTML/XML is used to denote special features/charateristics of an element or tag
  7. <html>
       <head>... </head>
       <body>...</body>
     </html>

#7

1-) A markup language that is used for orginizing the outline of the website.

2-) Used for building websites and their structer.

3-) We are learning because we will need to be able to make our code to interact with www and see the results of our hard work :slight_smile:

4-) HTML tag is basically is the definer for the markup language. It’s like instructions we give to the website.

5-) This is the structure:

6-) Attribute provides extra information for the element.

7-) Anatomy of an HTML document is the basic form of the HTML that it needs to cointain to display the needed thing in web browser. It’s type(so the browser knows what its dealing with), html tags(so the browser knows where to expect that type), head and body.(So the browser knows the spesific elements and context that html file contains for display.)


#8

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language.

It is standard language for displaying text, pictures, videos, and other media on websites.

It is important for any developer to learn because regardless of what you are building, you want people to be able to find a description (at the very least) of what you built. You can then show them on a website.

Tags are used to isolate content within any element you create.

Tags begin with a structure of ? and end with a /?, which indicate the entirety of the content in that element.
(? defined as the tag used for that application)
Attributes are additional content in elements that are not intended for the user to see. They are used to hold information available to the developer only.

All HTML documents begin with !DOCTYPE html tag, then follow with the html tag, and a head and body, at the very least.


#9

1.Hypertext markup Language
2.To display formatted content on a page.
3.Help understand the structure of a smart contract starting with front end development.
4.determines the type of content being displayed.
5.<?> <?/>
6.Attributes modify elements.
7.?


#10

1.- HTML is a markup language. Consists of a series of elements, which you use to enclose, or wrap, different parts of the content to make it appear a certain way, or act a certain way.

2.- Is used to structure a web page and it’s content.

3.- Is basic to create a web site so it can interact with smart contracts.

4.- Where an element starts and ends to take effect.

5.- For beggining is the name of the element wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets and for the ending same as begining but with forward slash before the element.

6.- Attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content.

7.- Individual elements combined to form an entire HTML page


#11
  1. HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language

  2. HTML is used to structure a webpage and its contents

  3. to be able to construct an application that can interact with the smart contract

  4. a tag is used for creating an element

  5. the open and opening tag ( < p > and < /p >) and between them the content

6.Elements can also have attributes, attributes contain extra information about the Elements

  1. WITHOUT THE SPACE AFTER EACH <
    < !DOCTYPE html>
    < html>
    < head>
    < meta charset=“utf-8”>
    < title>My test page
    < /head>
    < body>
    < img src=“images/firefox-icon.png” alt=“My test image” >
    < /body >
    < /html>

#12

What is HTML?
- Hyper Text Markup Language
What is HTML used for?
- Making web pages
Why are we learning HTML?
- We will need to interact with our smart contracts and having a web interface is the way to do it.
What is an HTML tag?
- It is used to create an element on a web page, it can contain text, images or links to other information.
What is the structure of an HTML tag?
- an opening tag telling the page what to display, the information you want displayed and a closing tag
What is an attribute?
- It sets an tag on a part of your document that will allow you to change the style of the specific element
What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
- - It has a head that contains information on what your web page will be displaying, a body that will include all of your websites content


#13

What is HTML? A markup language to define the structure of the content
What is HTML used for? to struct the content in the browser o DOM
Why are we learning HTML? Becuase is the front-end of our Dapps in most cases
What is an HTML tag? it is an element of the structure
What is the structure of an HTML tag? opening tag and close tag
What is an attribute? quality or characteristic of any tag
What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

Title

#14

What is HTML?
- Hypertext Markup Language

What is HTML used for?
- It is used to structure a webpage and the content on it.

Why are we learning HTML?
- To be able to create realistic interfaces for smart contracts

What is an HTML tag?
- a notifier to the browser of how to treat the contents of an HTML element.

What is the structure of an HTML tag?
- <‘tag> </tag’> (ignore quotes, needed for display)
- However, the structure of an element is an Opening tag, content, closing tag.

What is an attribute?
- A characteristic of a particular element to provide greater information.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
- HTML tags enfolding a header then a body which are both their own enfolding tags.


#15
  1. Hypertext Markup Language, its the basis for every website.
  2. It’s used to scructure a webside, placing tekst, pictures, code, instructions or connecting to a database.
  3. It’s basic knowledge and for working whit any website you will have to have some knowledge of it.
  4. It’s the way HTML is structured, the way HTML speaks so to say.
  5. It’s structured whit a opening tag and a closing tag.
  6. An attribute are extra functions in a element, for instance: size, lettertype or placemant.
    7 Its the way to bild youre page up.

#16
  1. HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) code for structuring a web page and its content
    “Tim Berners-Lee invents the Web with HTML as its publishing language”
  2. It is use to enclose, or wrap, different parts of the content to make it appear a certain way, or act a certain way.
  3. From a Java and "smart contracts: scripting langues we will be interacting with the browser and not directly with the OS.
  4. It indicates the start and end of elements
  5. Opening tag, Closing tag "
  6. It is additional info that will not display on screen (additional info about the content)
  7. Doctype ..(Not relevant, but still need to be include) Element "Root Element" Head "Attribute" Body "All the info that will display on screen" Charater Set " to be use on (Unicode Transformation Format, minimum of 8 bits per character)

#17
  1. HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language

  2. HTML is used for structuring a web page and its contents

  3. HTML is the basic language used for web pages on the internet , and visually represents the contents of your site code.

  4. An HTML tag defines the element usage for your content

  5. The basic structure is opening tag> Content</closing tag>"

  6. An attribute is extra info about the element that does not appear in the content.

  7. The anatomy of an HTML document includes:
    doctype> - sets rules for the HTML page to follow
    html> - wraps the contents on the page
    head> - contains page info that is not content. (keywords, page description, css, character set, etc…)
    body> - contains the contents of the page ( text, images, video, etc…)
    meta charset=“utf-8”> - character set of the document, to handle textual content
    title> - sets the title of the page, which appears in the browser tab


#18

What is HTML?
HTML is not a programming language; it is a markup language that defines the structure of your content. HTML consists of a series of elements, which you use to enclose, or wrap, different parts of the content to make it appear a certain way, or act a certain way. The enclosing tags can make a word or image hyperlink to somewhere else, can italicize words, and can make font bigger or smaller, and so on. For example, take the following line of content:

What is HTML used for?
HTML is most commonly used as the format of the online documents we call web pages. When you create a set of complete HTML documents having a similar look and feel and linking to one another, this is referred to as a website.

Besides creating complete web pages, you may also use HTML code fragments to create specific elements within an existing page. For example, some blogs and discussion boards allow you to include HTML formatting in your posts or comments, enabling you to add emphasis to key words, embed links, create bulleted lists, or use whichever other HTML elements are permitted by the website’s administrators. If you are a content contributor for your organization’s website, the website designer may have set up a content management system that lets you add articles or page sections within a larger, existing HTML page structure that controls page layout and site navigation.

HTML is also used as the document format of offline (stored on your computer) help and documentation bundled with the applications installed on your computer. When you activate an application’s help, typically via its “Help” menu or a question mark icon, the help content may appear within your web browser or a specialized help viewer.

Email also uses HTML as the format of rich text messages that include links, stylized text, tables, and other elements that cannot be represented in plain text. However, most email applications do not allow you to edit the HTML directly, instead providing you with tools to create elements and generating the corresponding HTML internally

Why are we learning HTML?
Learning HTML can be used for situations like formatting a blog or email, working with a CMS, embedding external content on your site, and creating usable content.

What is an HTML tag?
An HTML tag is commonly defined as a set of characters constituting a formatted command for a Web page. At the core of HTML, tags provide the directions or recipes for the visual content that one sees on the Web.

What is the structure of an HTML tag?
Basic Structural Tags. HTML is a mark-up language with ‘tags’ identifying parts of the document to behave in a certain way, for example, to act as a link or to make the text bold. Tags generally consist of an opening and closing pair. … A HTML document consists of a head and body.

What is an attribute?
HTML attribute is a modifier of an HTML element type. An attribute either modifies the default functionality of an element type or provides functionality to certain element types unable to function correctly without them. In HTML syntax, an attribute is added to an HTML start tag.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
Every HTML document consists of two elements:

Head elements – provides page title and general page formatting commands
Body elements – put the main HTML text in this part.


#19

What is HTML? Hypertext Markup Language
What is HTML used for? It formats information that is displayed on a webpage
Why are we learning HTML? To give us a way to communicate our programs to the outside world.
What is an HTML tag? It surrounds information, and allows you to modify it according to your needs.
What is the structure of an HTML tag?


What is an attribute? It modifies and element. It holds information about the element that you don’t want displayed.
What is the anatomy of an HTML document? It contains a doctype, a html element, a heading, a title, and a body.

#20

1- markup language that defines the structure of your content
2- to create websites
3- to create frontend for our blockchain applications
4- HTML tag is to define that its html document and html tags are piece of code that define several parts of html document such as < p > is a paragraph tag and h2 is heading tag and less important than h1 tag and strong tag is to make the text bold.
5- starting and ending. It starts like < h1 > and closes like < / h1 >
6- Attribute is the property of an HTML tag. For example < a href="" title="" >< / a > title is an attribute for this anchor tag (link tag).
7- HTML tag, head section (head section contains meta tags, title tag and linking of stylesheet/css files) and then head section closes. Body section starts and its the visible part of html and we put all our code/text/images in it and then body tag closes. And then HTML tag closes. We can link javascript files before ending body tag.