HTML Reading Assignment


#553

My response.

  1. Hypertext Markup Language.
  2. Use in website development.
  3. To provide as a good bridge between blockchain and database applications using smart contract technology.
  4. It is simply an element on the page either visible or invisible. Tags normally come together to build a page.
  5. Common structures include form then table then head then body. Body can be further made up of rows and tables.
  6. These are elements that make up a tag.
  7. It is simply what puts together an HTML document similar to its makeup.

#554
  1. HTML is Hypertext Markup Language. A markup language is not to be confused with a coding language.

  2. HTML is used for structuring a web page and its content. It gives the developer the ability to
    Add text
    Control the way text appears, with paragraphs, font etc
    Add images
    Add hypertext links

3.We are learning HTML as it is a good place to start you’re knowledge base. And most, if not all, of our programming will have to interact with web pages, in some way shape or form, so we will need to ensure that our coding is functioning correctly. Also, what better way to advertise our new found coding skills by writing and launching our own website.

4.A HTML is invisible to the user and is used purely as instructions to the web browser. The tag is what gives the developer the ability to structure the content in paragraphs, change font, have text appear in bold or italics etc

5.A HTML consists of an opening tag and a closing tag . the closing tag must have a forward slash before the instruction so the browser knows to stop reading the instruction here.

  1. An attribute is extra information that is provided yet hidden from the user. An attribute requires a space between it and the last element followed by an equals sign and wrapped in quotation marks.
    An attribute helps you to categorize and sub-categorize your content and add special features such bold and italics

  2. The anatomy of a HTML document can be split in 2 sections, the main body which includes the content that will be visible to the user, this also includes all tags that pertain to the main body.
    And the upper body, or head, which contains search engine tags ,title headings, character type setting and such like.


#555
  1. HTML (stands for Hypertext Markup Language) is used for structuring a webpage and contents that you can manipulate to make or act in a certain way.

  2. It is used for creating/building webpages.

  3. For example to be able to connect the “hard worked” code behind the webpage’s functions/usages to the user. HTML is the way to “create the face” of the content if you will.

  4. An HTML tag is a type of building block for any webpage, something that is telling us what type of element it is handling.

  5. For example < html >(starting tag) & < /html >(ending tag) are explaining to us where the webpage starts and ends.
    How you can build a paragraph-element: < p >Hello there!< /p >, it first comes with a starting tag, then content and then ending tag.

  6. An attribute is something that you can implement right after the starting tag. For example instead of < p >Bye bye< /p > you can type < p title=“hello world” >Bye bye< /p >. It provides additional information about an element.

  7. This is the basic usual tags that the anatomy of an HTML document has:
    < html >< /html >
    < head >< /head >
    < title >< /title >
    < meta charset=“utf-8” >
    < body >< /body >


#556
  1. HTML - is a programming language that helps text, pictures, sounds and videos and much more to be “readable” on an Internet browser or Application. It stands for Hypertext Markup Language
  2. to translate texts into webpages or web applications. It’s the final interface that people will be able to read and interact with it.
  3. HTML is the base for what we will be building and programming in the future. Many languages evaluated from HTML. Hopefully, we will be deploying our codes in places where final users will interact, and that’s why HTML is important
  4. a tag is an instruction about how elements should appear in the main page. It’s like a skeleton of a document. You open a tag… do something…and then close a tag…
    Head, Body, etc…
  5. Opening, Closing, Content and Element.
  6. Attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content. Here, class is the attribute name, and editor-note is the attribute value. The class attribute allows you to give the element an identifier that can be later used to target the element with style information and other things.

#557
  1. Hypertext Markup Language
  2. It is used to structure a web page and its content.
  3. in order to understand basic structure of web page.
  4. it states where the element begins, or starts to take effect
  5. it consists of the name of the element wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets
  6. attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content.
    7.doctype html, html, head, body, utf-8 and title element

#558

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.


#559
  1. HTML is an abbreviation for Hypertext Markup Language

  2. HTML is a code that is used to structure a web page and it’s content.

  3. We are learning HTML in order to gain an understanding of some basic coding before progressing to more difficult languages.

  4. A HTML tag is a keyword that defines how your content is displayed.

  5. They consist of an opening and closing tag wrapped in brackets which contain an element to manipulate content.

  6. An attribute is a word or code that contains extra information about an element that doesn’t appear in the actual content.

  7. A HTML document consists of 2 main parts. The head element which contains title and meta data of a web document and the body element which contains the information that you want to display on the web page.


#560
  1. Hypertext Markup Language. Code used to structure a web page and its content.
  2. HTML is a markup language that defines structure of your content. Consists of a series of “elements” .
    you use to enclose or wrap different parts of the content to make it appear a certain way.

3.HTML is a base language to use to continue to learn more advanced programing language and make code interact with world wide web.

4 Lets the browser know what content is being used .
5. opening tag closing tag.
6.attributes contain extra information about the element you don’t want to appear in actual content.
7. ,root element and all closing tags.


#561
  1. What is HTML?
    Hypertext Markup language. It defines the structure of a web content

  2. What is HTML used for?
    HTML is used for creating websites. It allows to enclose content and make it appear or act a certain way

  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    We want to understand the basic aspects coding before we can fully understand concepts like blockchain.

  4. What is an HTML tag?
    Consist on the name of the element. It is used to begin and closed the element

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    Name of the element enclose by angle brackets. The closing tag is the same only that it adds a forward slash before the element name.

  6. What is an attribute?
    It is extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear on the content

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    Its the combination of all individual elements which form the entire website


#562

HTML is a markup language
HTML is used to create websites
We are learning HTML to to have visual representation UI that connects to smart contracts
Tag is the name of the element
Tag need to be open and closed
Attribute is extra info about a tag that doesn’t appear in visual content
Anatomy is the structure of HTML doc


#563

HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is the language used to describe the contents of a webpage.

The webpages we make with HTML (and later JavaScript) will be what the user interacts with. One shouldn’t expect end users to directly interact with smart contracts, just as one shouldn’t expect end users to directly interact with a website’s database.

An HTML start (end) tag marks the start (end) of an HTML element (a piece of content).

<!-- with element contents -->
<tag_name attribute1="value1" attribute2="value2">element_contents</tag_name>
<!-- no element contents -->
<tag_name attribute1="value1" attribute2="value2"/>

Attributes are additional things about the element that are important but shouldn’t be displayed.

<!-- tells you that this is an HTML document -->
<!DOCTYPE html> 
<!-- The root element. Wraps everything. -->
<html> 
<!-- Stores general information about the page that you don't want displayed in the page -->
<head> 
     <!-- tells the browser what character set to use to interpret the bytes that it reads -->
     <meta charset="utf-8"> 
     <!-- tells the browser what the title of the page is for tab/window/bookmark purposes -->
     <title>This is a page title</title> 
     </head> 
     <!-- Stores all the content that you want displayed on the page -->
     <body>  
     </body> 
     </html>

#564

What is HTML? HTML is a Hypertext markup language.

What is HTML used for? - It is used for structuring your content

Why are we learning HTML? - To show our content to other people, by structuring it according to the HTML rules, so that it can be found from search engines and interested parties.

What is an HTML tag? - It describes a specific element in the html page

What is the structure of an HTML tag? - It has an opening tag and a closing tab. between it you can find the content.

What is an attribute? - An attribute describes the characteristics of the element, wich does not appear in the content.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document? - It is the structure, how specific elements are set up to display content.


#565
  1. HTML is the mark up language
  2. HTML is used to create and structure the content of a webpage
  3. So we can later use it to create a user interface for our Dapps
  4. Sets of instructions / descriptions for elements
  5. Name of the element enclose by angle brackets. The closing tag is the same only that it adds a forward slash before the element name.
  6. Additional information added within the element
  7. The anatomy of the HTML element is: Opening Tag, Element, Closing Tag

#566

What is HTML?
Hyertext Markup Language

What is HTML used for?
A language we use for displaying content on websites

Why are we learning HTML?
So we can communicate with people and then on to our smart contracts

What is an HTML tag?
It is what we use to create an element

What is the structure of an HTML tag?

paragraph

What is an attribute?
An attribute we can add to an element, it contains extra information about the element that will not be shown to the user.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

My Page

Welcome

BLAHBLAHBLAH

coded correctly


#567

1.a markup language for web pages
2.marking up web pages to give the content format for displaying within a web browser
3.so that we have some UI to enable interaction with future smart contracts we will develop
4.a keyword that gives some part of the plain text certain display characteristics
5.a keyword wrapped in angular tags before the text and then a keyword wrapped in angular brackets after the text, using a forward slash as part of the finishing tag.
6.an attribute of a tag gives it an extra characteristic or extra information
7.It has a DOCTYPE tag at the start. Then an overall html section. Within the overall html section there are further tags defining the header and the main body. These sections contain regular html formatting.


#568
  1. What is HTML? : Hyper Text Markup Language

  2. What is HTML used for? : Structuring a Web Page and it’s contents within a Web Browser.

  3. Why are we learning HTML? : To become familiar with structures and syntax of basic progamming languages.

  4. What is an HTML tag? : A piece of code that provides an instruction to rendering engine.

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag? : <operator opening tag> content element </operator closing tag>

  6. What is an attribute? : A modifier or additional information about the tags operation, that will not be displayed by the rendering engine. For example: <img src="some_web_location" alt="some text displayed if image not available">

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document? : Below is an example of a basic blank HTML page

Note: The <!doctype> declaration is not an HTML tag; it is an instruction to the web browser about what version of HTML the page is written in.


#569
  1. HTML is a markup language.
  2. It is used for building webpages and websites, including connections to other websites and webpages.
  3. We have to be able to read the contracts, as well as anyone else.
  4. A tag is an attribute, which is part of a set of instructions that determine the look of the page.
  5. The tag has open and close brackets within which are letters and possibly a forward slash.
  6. An attribute is either an open or close. Determining how an element will look, it defines the layout of the page.
  7. The anatomy of a page consists of a header, any subheadings, the body, etcetra. It has attributes in each of these parts, with deterministic tags and elements with various instructions.

#570
  1. What is HTML?
    HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the code that is used to structure a web page and its content.

  2. What is HTML used for?
    It consists of a series of elements, which we use to enclose, or wrap, different parts of the content to make it appear and act the certain way on webpage.

  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    To help ourselves build up the concept and understand of HTML therefore to extend the knowledge in future of interacting with our smart contract.

  4. What is an HTML tag?
    To assign different elements according to the purpose of designed area.

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    It comes with opening < > and closing</> angle brackets. This states where the element begins, or starts to take effect.

    I need a glass of wine to go through this

  6. What is an attribute?
    Information that you don’t want to show in the content of webpage, but can be easy reference when you look back the elements.

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

    DOCTYPE html :arrow_forward:no idea what that is but we need it.

    html :arrow_forward: wraps up the whole of elements in webpage.

    head :arrow_forward: relevant to web content and use for keywords and a page description that you want to appear in search results for user.

    body :arrow_forward: contains all the content that you want to show to web users when they visit your page, whether that’s text, images, videos, games, playable audio tracks, or whatever else.

    meta charset=“utf-8” :arrow_forward: includes most characters from the vast majority of human written languages.

    title :arrow_forward: shows on bookmarks/favorites and browser tab of your webpage.


#571

A1.HTML is not really a programing language but a way to format and show content in a browser
A2.HTML is used to format and display content in a browser
A3.So that a front end to a smart contract or some other blockchain interacting SW can be displayed in a browser
A4.The HTML tag encapsulates content to give it attributes when it is displayed in a browser.
A5.HTML tags are enclosed with . This is the opening tag. The closing tag is the same but with
A6.An Attribute is an quality that can be assigned to a tag.
A7.The document must have the root element that encapsulates the entire document ( … )
Then there is a head ( … ) where information that is not to be displayed is stored.
Then there is the body ( … ) where the information to be displayed is stored.


#572
  1. A Markup Language
  2. One way to format and display content in a web browser
  3. To create the front end of our web application
  4. These are the element wrappers to define many things such as format, size, body and header among others
  5. Opening bracket, name of the element closing bracket
  6. It is “extra information” about the element you don’t want to appear. Good for other functions.
    The order and arrangement of elements that display a web page.