HTML Reading Assignment


#573
  1. HTML is a hypertext markup language.
  2. HTML is used to structure a web page and its content.
  3. We’re learning HTML in order to be able to build a front-end for the users.
  4. An HTML tag is used to create elements, it lets the code knows wither a certain line is a text, image, etc.
  5. The structure of an HTML tag consist of an opening tag and a closing tag. The opening tag consist of two angle brackets < > with the name of the element inside the two angle bracket, the closing tag consist of two angle brackets < > with a forward slash / before name of the element.
  6. An attribute holds extra information about the element such as the attribute name and value, that you don’t want to appear within the actual content.
  7. The anatomy of an HTML document is the combination of all the individual HTML elements to form a HTML page.

#574

1 Hyper Text Mark up Language.
2 HTML is used to define/locate a website in the search engines.
3 We learn HTML so we can write our own web pages and is also the basics of more complex programming.
4 HTML tags constructs the website appropriately
5 The structure of a HTML tag consists of paragraphs, headings, titles etc.
6 An attribute can be a source that is referred to in HTML page ie. links and images
7 The anatomy of a HTML DOC consists of tags, elements, attributes, class and content.


#575
  • What is HTML?
    Hypertext Markup Language
  • What is HTML used for?
    HTML is used to describe the content on your webpage.
  • Why are we learning HTML?
    To create websites that help shill Ivan on Tech!
  • What is an HTML tag?
    opening and closing tags are identifiers that describe the type of element
  • What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    opening <> & closing </>
  • What is an attribute?
    Additional information about the element that is not visible to the end user.
  • What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    A group of elements, for example:

#576
  1. What is HTML?
    HTML is a mark-up language that can describe the structure and content of a webpage

2.What is HTML used for?
HTML is used to describe for a webrowser how the structure of the webpage is supposed to be rendered

  1. Why are we learning HTML?
    We are learning about HTML so we later on can create webinterfaces to interact with our smart contracts

  2. What is an HTML tag?
    a HTML-tag is the beginning and the end of a html-element. It looks like this something like this
    .
    5 What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    The tag is enclosed by less-than and more-than signs.

  3. What is an attribute?
    An attribute is extra information that we want to give the html-element. This is not shown to the user but might effect how the element looks or behaves.

  4. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    it starts with
    followed by a -tag.
    Nested inside of the -tag is

  • which contains information about this webpage
  • which contaions the actual content of the webpage.

#577

1, Hypertext Markup Language
2.used to design content on a web page
3. because everything we do is on the web. we need to display info on the web.
4. html tags show where the element begins and ends and what contents is enclosed.
5. html tags are enclosed in angled brackets

. the closing one always begins with a forward slash.
6. an attribute contains extra information about the element that cant be seen. attributes always begin with a space followed by its name and = ’ name=" and followed by the value in quote " " follow by a > to close atrribute. eg name=“type”>
7 . the form of the web page



My test page


my cat is grump




#578
  1. Hypertext markup language .

  2. It is a markup language used to structure a web page using tags to organize and structure elements and link different pages .

  3. It is necessary for the creation of the UI ( frontend )needed to interaction with the blockchains ( backend ).

  4. Tags identify the beginning and ends of elements in a html doc

  5. It starts with “< “and ends with “>” for a beginning tag , an end tag starts with “< / “and ends with “>”

  6. Attribute are extra information that we want to include in a document but not show in the document.

  7. The structure of a html doc consists of a series of elements with their various attributes combined and nested in each other to form a whole document that can link to other documents.


#579
  1. HTML is Hyper Text Markup Language, the standard for how webpages are laid out and designed.
  2. HTML is used for creating webpages.
  3. We are learning HTML since it is the first step in building a webpage to have a user interface for dApps.
  4. An HTML tag defines the function and/or presentation of text/attributes.
  5. An opening tag starts as and ends in to terminate it.
  6. An attribute is extra information about an element.
  7. An HTML document has a header and closer with elements between.

#580
  1. HTML is a hypertext markup language

  2. It is used to stucture the content of the web page,

  3. Learning HTML to create a front end for our application to interact.

  4. Tags defines the root of a HTML document.

  5. Each tag has an opening and closing point which defines the starting and closing of an element.

  6. It contains extra information which you dont want appear with the actual content.

  7. Anatomy of HTML contains various element such as , , , and many more which helps to arrange the content of webpage with starting and ending location of the a html page.


#581
  1. HTML is a markup language and use to define content of a website
  2. HTML is used for defining the content of a website
  3. We are learning HTML because for interacting with BlockChain Smart Contract, the users have to have an front-end interface and it is provided by HTML
  4. HTML Tag indicate the type of element.

    tag indicates that it is paragraph element

  5. It has start tag and end tag. Ex.,

  6. Attribute defines additional characteristic of elements. Ex., Class=“Red” defines an attributes called Class with Value Red. This will allow to define specific style applied for all class with an attribute value of “Red”
  7. This will not appear as part of the web content

    This will appear as part of the content


#582

1.HTML is a markup language, not a programming language, that defines the structure of content.
2.It is used for building/structuring page content on websites.
3.We are learning HTML to not only learn how to code but to make what we have coded look nice and comprehensible.
4.A tag is an element, that encloses content making the content a hyperlink, change font size, change font color etc. Tags change the way content appears and acts.
5.The opening tag, consists of the name of the element, (p for example), wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets. In this case where the paragraph begins.


The closing tag is the same as the opening tag, except that it includes a forward slash before the element name. This states where the paragraph ends.


6.Attributes contain information about the element not meant to be seen by anyone other than the admin/coder.
7.Typically the anatomy of an HTML document is as follows:

!DOCTYPE html, establishes that everything works correctly.

The HTML element sometimes known as the root element.

The Head element acts as a container for all that needs to be “invisibly” included on the HTML page.

The Body element contains everything the publisher wants to show to the viewer.

Meta charset utf-8 — establishes the character set your document should use to UTF-8.

The Title element, even though it’s (the title) not seen by the web user, appears in the search browser.


#583

1. What is HTML? It is a hypertext markup language
2. What is HTML used for? It is used for structure a web page and its content.
3. Why are we learning HTML? To be able to create a front-end to interact with our smart contracts.
4. What is an HTML tag? It is an element that you can use to enclose parts of the web content to make it appear, or act, in a certain way.
5. What is the structure of an HTML tag? Its structure starts with the name of the element –e.g., “p” for a paragraph element– wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets <p> and ends with angle brackets with a forward slash before the element name </p>.
6. What is an attribute? It is extra information about the HTML tag that gives an identifier that can be used to target this element. An attribute requires a name and a value wrapped with quotes attribute_name="value" on the starting HTML tag just after the element name –e.g., <p class="editor-note">.
7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document? It is a combination of different HTML elements that can form the basis of an entire HTML page.


#584

What is HTML?
HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, it is the standard code used to structure websites and their content.

What is HTML used for?
It’s used to encode the structure of websites in text, which then gets rendered into what the end-user sees as a web page.

Why are we learning HTML?
It would be pointless to learn blockchain programming without knowing how it interacts with web pages through the front-end. The end-user sees the website, not the back-end.

What is an HTML tag?
It’s the basic HTML “command”, it affects the content between the opening and the closing tag, but there’s also empty elements, which don’t have closing tags.

What is the structure of an HTML tag?
The most general HTML tag has an opening bracket “<” and a closing bracket “>”. Opening and closing tags differ by the latter starting with a forward slash “/”.

What is an attribute?
An attribute is basically an “input” for a “function”, i.e. tags that structure elements. Attributes specify the parameters of tags that have them or they simply contain some additional info which doesn’t necessarily appear on the website.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
The HTML document starts and ends with the html tag. Before that, it includes a historical artefact, DOCTYPE. Between HTML tags, there are head tags, containing some general preferences, like the character set to be used or window titles, and those contents generally don’t show on the website. That’s where the body comes from, a pair of tags inside the html tags (but after the head). Everything that’s to be on the web page goes there.


#585
  1. Language for browsers
  2. To add some “effects” on displayed content in the browsers (web).
  3. Because internet web is everywhere and it is a medium to reach millions of ppl.
  4. The chosen effect to put on content.
  5. Opening (+attributes) - Content - Closing (not every)
  6. Modification of tag
  7. The displayed page is not "everything’ behind - there is several parts of the page - some not visible at all.

#586

What is HTML?
Stands for Hypertext Markup Language

What is HTML used for?
Structuring a webpage and it’s content.

Why are we learning HTML?
To be able to build a website that works and see it too.

What is an HTML tag?
A tag is what we use to structure the body of text or data for the website.

What is the structure of an HTML tag?
Opening tag, content, element, closing tag.

What is an attribute?
Is extra information added to the element.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
Doctype
HTML element
Head element
Body element
UTF-8
Title element


#587

1. What is HTML?

HTML is an acronym for “Hypertext Markup Language”

2. What is HTML used for?

HTML is used to structure a web page and its content. For example, content could be structured within a set of paragraphs, a list of bulleted points, or using images and data tables.

3. Why are we learning HTML?

We are learning HTML in order to understand and create the interface(s) that will interact with smart contracts and the blockchain.

4. What is an HTML tag?

HTML tags are portions, usually opening and closing, of an element that state where the element begins (or starts to take effect) and ends (or stops its effect).

5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?

HTML tags are structured as follows:
OPENING TAGS surround the element name with opening ("<") and closing (">") angle brackets.
CLOSING TAGS have an opening angle bracket and forward slash ("</") before the element name and a closing angle bracket (">") after the element name.

6. What is an attribute?

HTML Attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content and should always have:

a) A space between it and the element name (or the previous attribute, if the element already has one or more attributes).
b) The attribute name, followed by an equals sign.
c) Opening and closing quote marks wrapped around the attribute value.   

7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

Several parts to an HTML document:

< DOCTYPE html > — the doctype. … really just a historical artifact that needs to be included for everything to work right, but no longer given much attention.

< html > < /html > — the element. This element wraps all the content on the entire page, and is sometimes known as the root element.

< head > < /head > — the element. This element acts as a container for all the stuff you want to include on the HTML page that isn’t the content you are showing to your page’s viewers.

< body > < /body > — the element. This 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.


#588
  1. What is HTML?
    Hypertext Markup Language.

  2. What is HTML used for?
    Basically a protocol used to format a webpage and display its content.

3.Why are we learning HTML?
To be able to develop a front end/user interface for our blockchain applications.

4.What is an HTML tag?
A tag is used for creating an element. Opening and closing tag define element function/behaviour.

  1. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    The complete structure of a tag is what makes an element. The structure is of a tag is as below:
    Opening tag > content > closing tag.

  2. What is an attribute?
    You can add attributes to your elements, which contain extra information about the element.
    It does not appear in the content shown.

  3. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    After defining the document, an HTML document consists of following elements:

  • <“html”><"/html"> element - This is the root element. It wraps up all the content on the entire page.
  • <“head”><"/head"> element - briefly put, contains the scripts and keywords for the page. It is not the content that we are going to show.
  • <“body><”/body"> element - contains the content that we want to show to our users.
  • <“meta charset=”“utf-8"”> element - this element sets the character set your document should use to UTF-8, which includes most characters from the vast majority of human written languages. Essentially it can now handle any textual content you might put on it.
  • <“title”><"/title"> element - this sets the title of your page, which is the title that appears in the browser tab the page is loaded in. It is also used to describe the page when you bookmark/favourite it.

#590
  1. HTML is a markup language

  2. HTML is used to structure and organize the content of your webpage

  3. We are learning HTML so we can create the front end that the users of our DAPPS or smart contracts can interact with

  4. A tag is a set of characters that give a specific command to an element

  5. You have an opening and closing tag. The opening tag has the name of the element wrapped in angle brackets and the closing bracket has the name of the element wrapped in angle brackets, but between the first bracket and the element name you have a forward slash

  6. An attribute is additional information you add to an element that is not seen by the user of the web page

  7. <"!DOCTYPE html"> - Link to a set of rules used by HTML
    <“html”> - wraps the entire page in html
    <“head”> - from here you find all the content you want to include in the page
    <"meta charset=“utf-8”> - sets what characters your page will be able to use
    <“title”>Title of page
    <"img src=“source and name of image file“ alt=“description of image”> - add image to page


#591

What is HTML? - It is a markup language that is used to structure a webpage and its content so browsers can access webpages.
What is HTML used for? - website creation.
Why are we learning HTML? - we should be able to build a simple website that can interface with the blockchain.
What is an HTML tag? - “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.”
What is the structure of an HTML tag?- opening tag, closing tag and content put in-between.
What is an attribute? - “Attributes contain extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content.”
What is the anatomy of an HTML document? - Rough anatomy is: without spaces
< html >
< head >
< meta charset=" “>
< title > < /title >
< /head >
< body >
< img src=” " >
< /body >
< /html >


#592
  1. Hypertext Markup Language is not a program language but a markup language.
  2. Used to structure a homepage, how it looks and control the backend using atributes.
  3. To learn how to set up an homepage that works when you click links etc. Make it understandable for the user. Learn the structure of a homepage.
  4. Defines the opening and the close of content and atributes. A tool to define sentences, pictures etc.
  5. An open and a close
  6. For example to bold words in a sentance or put in links. Superpowers of the content.
    7)The Doctype so it works, HTML element that wraps up entire code, head that controlls the backend, body that controlls the content to the user, chartset to make it readable in all languages, titles for the pages, images to show pictures, lists to organize paragraphs and links for reference. A complete home page.

#593

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 , has usually an attribute inside and finishes with a closing
6- An attribute specifies some additional properties regarding the content included inside a tag.
7- An HTML page always starts with the tag , it has and 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 where all the content lies. All these tags need to be closed