HTML Reading Assignment

HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language.

It is a markup language used to create and format web pages.

We are learning HTML because it is elementary to programming. It introduces us to coding a back end to display what we want.

An HTML tag is a string of characters such as

that tell the browser how to format and display the content.

An attribute is a characteristic of an element that allows more specific formatting, such as font size, creating a hyperlink, color, etc.

The anatomy of an HTML document includes attributes, elements, tags, and content.

Html is hypertext markup language

It is used for coding structure properly on websites

We are learing HTML to give us basic understanding of using it and learning its functions.

And Html Tags are used to define or build an html page.

The structure is the head and the body that contains the metadata

Attributes contain information about the element that you dont want to appear.

The anantomy is the list of individual elements that make up the html page.

  1. & 2. It’s a markup language (defined by structured code) used to make pages which can be read by browsers.
  2. To show our freshly made programs to our world (ie. friends :wink: )
  3. Structured code which encloses content.
  4. Opening and closing tag.
    6.An attribute contains extra coded information on a HTML element which isn’t shown on the marked up page.
  5. A set of rules on how to structure the elements.

1 HTML is a Hypertext Markup Language

2.HTML is used to wrap around certain content to make it appear or act in a certain way

3.We are learning HTML so we can construct a simple static website for latter implementation of smart contracts and thus make a Dapp

4.A HTML tag is an instruction in angled brackets around content to be manipulated both opening and closing the instruction

5.The structure of HTML tag is an opening tag, content and closing tag

6.A attribute is a description of the tag operation, it does not appear in the content,

7.The basic anatomy of the HTML document starts with the Opening then the Title including Metadata enclosed by the then the Main Images enclosed by the before the closing

1)HTML is a markup language
2) It is used for showing webpages, all of them use HTML code
3)It is considered a good foundation to start learning code
4) Tag help browser to understand what it should show (a link, bold text and so on)
6)Attribute provide extra information for the element
7) !doctype HTML

  1. What is HTML?
    HTML, (Hypertext Markup Language), is a markup language that defines content structure. An application, such as a browser, can interpret the markup in order to display content in a defined format.

  2. What is HTML used for?
    It standardises how content is displayed in a web page by providing a paragraphed structure within which you can define the elements of that page and how they will be presented and function.

  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    HTML by itself provides for a very static website experience and Javascript is typically used on the client side to enable user interaction. We will therefore use HTML to create the websites that will act as the foundation for developing our Javascript based interactions.

  4. What is an HTML tag?
    A HTML tag is part of a web page element. The element comprises an opening tag and a closing tag, which a browser can interpret as the bounds of that element. Any data contained between these tags will be treated as the content to be displayed.

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    Content</closing tag>
    Note that both tags have the same identifier, (enclosed by angle brackets), but the closing tag is preceded by a forward slash, thus determining the bounds of the element and its content and formatting data.

  6. What is an attribute?
    Content</closing tag>
    Attributes provide information about the element such as its class, identity, size, etc. This information is contained within the opening tag as any data written between the tags is displayed as content.

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    HTML documents are written in a structured format that is recognised by web enabled applications such as browsers. There are a minimum number of structural elements required in order to identify a HTML document as such:
    !DOCTYPE html - Identifies the document as HTML
    html - Defines the extents of the web page
    head - Defines pertinent information that is not displayed as content
    meta charset - Defines the characterset to be used by the page
    title - Sets the page title
    body - Contains all the elements which make up the page’s content

1. What is HTML?,it is a markup language 
2. What is HTML used for?, it’s for presenting information in a structured way on internet.
3. Why are we learning HTML?, as this will be used as the human interface to present data from what so ever back end system.
4. What is an HTML tag?, it’s a formation tag, to present text or data in a certain way for the viewer of the web page.

5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?, it have opening and close tag, and inside that a content and this together forms the element

6. What is an attribute?, attributes contains extra information that  you don’t whant to be presented, can be used as an identifier later on.
7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?, heads and body elements that together forms a web page in a structured way, So the browser know where text and elements should appears on the screen

1 Hypertext Markup Language
2 Gives structure to webpage and content
3 Knowledge needed to provide a web interface to interact with smart contracts
4 States where an element begins or ends
5 opening
6 Attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content.

My test page My test image
  1. What is HTML?
    It is a markup language that defines the structure of your content.

  2. What is HTML used for?
    It’s a programming language for creating web pages and web application

  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    To make a simple website to communicate our programs to the outside world.

  4. 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.

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    Opening tag (ex. < p >) closing tag (Ex. < /p >) and atributes

  6. What is an attribute?
    Attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content.

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    It consists HTML elements

  1. HTML is a way of organizing an displaying simple content on a web page.

  2. HTML is used for giving simple instructions to content like text and hyperlinks; such as making text bigger, smaller, changing fonts etc.

  3. HTML will be the front end that shows how the smart contract will interact with the blockchain ( on the back end )

  4. Tags allow your content to be displayed by itself ( like a line of text ) a tag always has an opening (

    ) and an end (

  5. The structure of the HTML tag always has a beginning and ending: (

    beginning and

    end )
  6. Atributes are instructions that you don’t want to be visible in your content. It can be a hyperlink or something else.

  7. The anatomy of an HTML document is a set of rules on how your code has to be organized in order to be displayed to the end user in a proper way. It will include invisible items ( such as keywords for SEO tools, and references for the programmer to find the piece of code more easily ) and also the visible content for the end user ( like text, images, hyperlinks etc )

HTML Reading Assignment

  1. HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language
  2. HTML is used to create web pages with hyperlinks to connect them.
  3. HTML allows us to structure the front end of our project
  4. Tags are used to create and specify elements
  5. The structure of an HTML tag includes an opening tag and sometimes a closing tag to structure elements and may include content and attributes.
  6. Attributes give information about an element that you dont want to appear in the actual content.
  7. An HTML doc consists of mainly the doctype, head, and body.
  1. What is HTML? HTML stands for "Hypertext Markup Language. This code is used to structure a website and its contents. HTML is not to be confused with a programming language which performs logical operations rather it is a markup language which defines the structure of your content. If comparing to a biological body HTML would be as bones, the framework for the rest of the body to rest upon.
  2. What is HTML used for? At a most basic level it serves to present the most basic information on a web page. It is static, non stylistic, and simple in order. Because of this it is often the initial framework that is written of a website before its design is fleshed out in CSS and interoperability with Javascript.
  3. Why are we learning HTML? We are learning HTML so that when working with the block chain on the back end we will learn how to integrate it with the front end user presentation experienced through a website by utilizing HTML.
  4. What is an HTML tag? This is a part of the markup language which is made up of <> to open and </> to close a section of text. This is often filled with text, but can also include links, and image files.
    The combination of the opening tag <>, the closing tag </> and the content text together comprise the element.
    For example <!p>Hello World<!/p> The exclamation points would be removed for proper operation.
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    The structure is demonstrated above. <!name of the element> text, image, or link <!/name of the element>
  6. **What is an attribute?**An attribute provides extra information about an element and is identified within an elements HTML tag. The attribute name class=“color blue” the attribute value. These can be used to change the behavior of what is held within the HTML tag.
  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document? This is a basic structure that HTML written webpages follow. Similar to order of body parts on a human body from head to feet. If one thing is out of order it is less likely to work as well or at least as efficiently.
<!DOCTYPE html> (Is used to be sure that the HTML shows properly on older web browsers)
<html> (This element is used to wrap the content on the entire page and can be referred to as the root element)
  <head>(This sections contains all the CSS variables and other information that needs to be included to influence that contained within the HTML element but not to be viewed by the viewer on the webpage)
    <meta charset="">(How to set the font of the website to allow for universal accessibility across languages)
    <title></title>( The main title as it would show on your web page as well as the text seen on the tab across the browsers open window.) 
  <body>(This contains all the content you want your websites viewers to see.)
<p>Text </p>
    <img src="" alt="test image">

This sums up an anatomy of HTML.

  1. Hypertext markup language
  2. To make websites look as we see it
  3. to be able make our projects front end
  1. Its a HyperText mark up language responsible for the structure of the web page.
  2. Used to Structure the site pages.
  3. Because its the first step to start programming since html is also a programming basics.
  4. A tag can bring an element to the page, example is the

    tag responsible for display a paragraph

  5. Open tag <> and close it </> ex:
  6. An attribute is used to mark up an element on the page.
  7. —>(
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  1. What is HTML?
    Hypertext markup language.

  2. What is HTML used for?
    It is the code used to structure a web page and it’s content.

  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    We need it to build websites and it’s an easy way to introduce programming to beginners.

  4. What is an HTML tag?
    This states where the element begins and where it ends.

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    Opening tag <> Ending tag </>

  6. What is an attribute?
    Attribute has extra information about the element.

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    Doctype, head, title and body

  1. What is HTML?
    HTML is a specific language in web page development.
  2. What is HTML used for?
    It is used for designing/creating web pages.
  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    Mainly to see how this language behind a web site functions.
  4. What is an HTML tag?
    Tag functions as command.
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    tags structure includes <> symbols , there are opening tags <> and closing tags </>
  6. What is an atribute?
    Attribute also function as commands but are specific for the content.
  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    Anatomy of an HTML document consists of individual tags and how combined form an html
    document. Head, title and body.

1- a mark up language
2- it used to structure a web page
3. to be able to create content on a web page
4. tags are used to create elements. they organize the structure of the content
5. there is an opening tag, the content , the closing tag, can include an attribute
6. extra iinformation
7.consists of doctype html, element, the element, element, element, element.

  1. What is HTML?
    It is a markup-language
    2)What is HTML used for?
    You can structure webpages with HTML.
    3)Why are we learning HTML?
    It is a good start for use, especially for those with no programming experience.
    4)What is an HTML tag?
    An HTML tag states where an element begins and ends (opening tag / closing tag)
  2. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    opening tag (start of the element), content, closing tab (end of the element)
  3. What is an attribute?
    Attributes are elements you can add to the element that aren’t visible with the actual content
    7)What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    An HTML contains doctype,html or root element, head element, the character setting element , the title element of your page, and the body element.
  1. HTML is a a so-called markup language. Put simply, it can be used to define the appearance of your content,

  2. HTML is used to create static websites. It gives the website its intended structure, appearance and some basic functionality.

  3. We are learning HTML because it is used in most websites to some extent. When we later want to create a website for our smart contract, we will most likely use HTML.

  4. A tag is a parameter that wraps around content. Together with the content it builds an element. It is just like the formatting options in the Toshi Times forum.

  5. A tag has an opening tag in front of, < > and a closing tag </ > after the content we want to assign our parameter to (the part in italic would be our content). We can also use nesting, to incorporate tags within other tags.

  6. An attribute is extra information that won’t appear in the content. It gives the person who wrote the website an additional information when looking over the code, much like a footnote. Attributes can be incorporated into an opening tag.

  7. An HTML document usually begins with the doctype (.html, obviously), then is followed by the HTML element (which basically says “the html code begins/ends here”).
    Then we get to the head element, where we can write some stuff that will not appear on the page, but can appear in web searches, such as descriptions. In the head we can also specify some meta data, like the charset to support any characters that might appear in our content.
    The next part is the body which contains all of our content. Of course all tags we have opened, bust be closed in the right order.

  1. Hypertext Markup Language
  2. HTML formats the contents of information on web pages.
  3. Knowing HTML is a good foundation for web and blockchain development.
  4. An HTML tag is part of an HTML element that names/defines the element so the browser can recognize how to display it.
  5. A tag starts with an opening tag and ends with a closing tab.
  6. An attribute provides additional information to the browser for displaying it correctly.
  7. The anatomy of an HTML document contains a head area and a body area, plus some initial data info.