HTML Reading Assignment


#594
  1. Hypertext markup language.
  2. Used to structure a webpage and its content.
  3. So that we’ll be able to structure a webpage and its content.
  4. It’s the name of the element wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets. Then there’s the closing tag which marks the end of the element and contains a forward slash before the element name.
  5. There’s the opening tag with the name of the element, the content, and then the closing tag.
  6. Attributes contain extra information about the element that do not appear in the actual content.
  7. You have the doc type, the html element, the head element, the body element, the meta charset, and the title element.

#595
  1. What is HTML? -->Hypertext Markup Language
  2. What is HTML used for? -->markup language to structure web content
  3. Why are we learning HTML? -->We learn HTML for creating front-end web application, and later on we can co-opperate to back-end blockchain application.
  4. What is an HTML tag? --> HTML tag use to define a HTML element, such as a paragraph, a header, footer, etc.
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag? --> open tag, close tag and a content,
    6.What is an attribute? --> some parameter that can pass to that HTML element, these parameter is not visible, but to give styling or give identifier to that HTML element
  6. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    –> Doctype html
    html open tag
    header open tag
    meta charset=utf-8
    title open tag
    title close tag
    header close tag
    body open tag
    body close tag
    html close tag

#596

What is HTML?
Hyper Text Markup Language is code to structure a sematic composition of a document that is read mostly through web browsers

What is HTML used for?
HTML is used to create web pages that allows you to display content online.

Why are we learning HTML?
We are learning HTML because you need a system to view and interact with the backend code created on the blockchain.

What is an HTML tag?
An HTML tag is a part of an HTML element.

What is the structure of an HTML tag?
The structure of an HTML tag consists of angle brackets. A < sign first, then the name of the element and finally a > sign. If it is a closing tag, it contains the same format, but includes a forward slash after the < sign.

What is an attribute?
An attribute is extra information not shown in the content of an HTML document.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

< !DOCTYPE html>            < !-- Old reference to html standards -->

< html>                     < !-- The root of an html code -->

  < head>                   < !-- Holds information for the site including CSS etc  -->
    < meta charset="utf-8"> < !-- Sets available charset -->
    < title>A title</title> < !-- Gives the page a title -->
  < /head>                  < !-- Closing tag of head element -->

  < body>< /body>           < !-- Holds all the content to be displayed -->
  
< /html>                    < !-- Closing tag of html element -->

#597
  1. Hypertext Markup Language. It’s the code that is used to structure a web page and its content. It defines the structure of your content, however it is not a programming language.

  2. It’s used to define the structure of your content. It 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.

  3. To be able to create static websites (basic) that we can add to, as we will need to do this in the future.

  4. It’s an HTML code that defines every structure on an HTML page, including the placement of text and images and hypertext links.

  5. The structure is as follows:
    i. The opening tag (

    )
    ii. The closing tag (

    )
    iii. The content (Hello Everyone)
    iv. The element (the entire line including all written on it; the opening tag, closing tag, & the content)

example:

Hello Everyone

  1. Extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content.
    It contains:
    i. A space between it and the element name or previous attribute if the element already has one or more attributes.
    ii. The attribute name, followed by an equals sign (=).
    iii. Opening and closing quote marks wrapped around the attribute value (" ").

  2. The anatomy of an HTML document is as follows:
    i. (a historical artifact that needs to be included for everything to work right now).
    ii. (the html element aka the root element).
    iii. (the head element).
    iv. (the body element).
    v. (the element that sets the character set for your document).
    vi. (the title element).


#598

What is HTML? : Hypertext Markup Language
What is HTML used for? Originally for connecting scientific papers for CERN nuclear fusion project
Why are we learning HTML? To create front end web pages for Smart contracts
What is an HTML tag? Markup language expressed in <> brackets
What is the structure of an HTML tag? Opening square bracket, closes with a forward slash and closing bracket
What is an attribute? an applied characteristic of an HTML tag
What is the anatomy of an HTML document? Doctype, html. header, title, body


#599

1. What is HTML?
Hypertext Markup Language is the code used to structure a web page and it’s contents.

2. What is HTML used for?
To define the structure of content on your web page.

3. Why are we learning HTML?
It’s beneficial to understand the fundamental building blocks that makes a web page, which will house and facilitate our projects.

4. What is an HTML tag?
A HTML tag lets your browser know that this is the ‘beginning’ and ‘end’ to content which needs to be interpreted.

5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
‘Opening tag’, ‘content’ and ‘closing tag’. Some tags (e.g. image tags) do not require ‘closing tags’.

6. What is an attribute?
Attributes contain extra information about an element. An attribute sits within an element’s ‘tag’ so it does not appear in the content.

7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
A combination of individual elements which are typically structured within the ‘tags’ !DOCTYPE html, html, title, head, body and footer.


#600
  1. Hyper Text Markup Language.

  2. It is used to structure a web site and its content.

  3. When learning coding for blockchain applications we need to use at least a simple web site as a way for the user to interact. Also a knowledge of html and javascript will give a good foundation when moving on to the more blockchain specific codes such as C++, Solidity etc.

  4. Html tags are used to contain elements of the html document. An opening tag is made up of a less than symbol, then a letter denoting the type of tag and then a more than symbol. A closing tag is made up of the less than symbol , followed by a forward slash , then the letter denoting the type of tag, and then a more than symbol. The opening tag can also contain attributes.

  5. An attribute is used to contain extra information about an element of your page, that will not appear in the content .

  6. The anatomy of an element consists of 1. Doctype element, 2. HTML element, 3.The head element, 4.The body element, 5. character set element , and 6. The Title element.


#601
  1. It is a data markup language used to display and link content on the internet, and is interpreted by web browsers.

  2. Html formats, catalogs, and links content delivered from sources on the internet.

  3. We are learning HTML to build front-end interfaces for smart contracts and decentralized applications.

  4. An html tag encloses a piece of content, and holds all relevant attributes to display it as an element on the page.

  5. Structure of an html tag is the opening tag, the content, and then the closing tag.
    <p class="main-p">Content</p>
    With the opening tag containing any relevant attributes.

  6. Attributes are element data values that aren’t displayed with the content, but may be used in rendering it in the browser. These include things like identifier variables for the element or alternative text for images.

  7. The anatomy of an HTML document is as follows:

<!DOCTYPE html> <!-- required  -->
<html> <!-- serves as the root element of the document and encloses everything -->
     <head> <!-- Contains information tags that inform the browser about the document that isnt displayed -->
     </head>
     <body> <!-- Contains all of the content tags for the data that will be displayed on the page -->
     </body>
</html>

#602

1* What is HTML?
It stands for HyperText Markup Language
2* What is HTML used for?
It is used as a tool for creating web pages and content
3* Why are we learning HTML?
To be able to create our own web pages, and in the future implement a connection with blockchain to be able to interact with it
4* What is an HTML tag?
It is a sign that introduces an element as a content type
5* What is the structure of an HTML tag?
It consists of two angle brackets, the name of the tag, and sometimes some attributes
6* What is an attribute?
It is a characteristics of a content in a special tag, it influences for example its structure and appearance
7* What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
DOCTYPE, html, head, body


#603
  1. Hypertext Markup Language.
  2. Is used to create/structure/organise a web page incl. its content.
  3. We need a front-end interface for our future/potential users to interact with our smart contracts.
  4. It determines a beginning and end of our element.
  5. Is a specific sign “<>” - it incorporates attributes of a given element.
  6. Additional information enabling users/web search engines to interpret content.
  7. Example.
- contains all information which is dispalyed on the wab page - main information about contant - title Name of the wab page - shows all the content of web site - header

- paragraph ... etc

#604

1 HTML is a type of markup language popularly used on websites.
2. It’s used to structure web page content.
3. Smart contracts can interact with html.
4. Indicates the type of element and the beginning and end of an element.
5. A starting tag enclosed in angled brackets and closing tag that has an additional forward slash.
6. Extra information about an element that you don’t want to appear in the actual content.
7. A combination of HTML elements form an HTML document such as the tile, body and an image.


#605
  1. HTML is Hypertext Markup Language.

  2. It is used to structure basic web pages.

  3. We are learning HTML, because it creates the structure of web pages for input and output to the blockchain.

  4. Tags are wrapped around content to change how they appear on a web site. They must have a opening tag and a closing tag.

  5. The structure of a simple HTML tag has a opening must contain a opening element and a closing element.

This text is contained inside html paragraph tags, the tags format the text into a paragraph.

The tags and it’s content are called a Element.

  1. A Attribute in HTML contains extra information affecting the element. For instance should you wish certain words to be formatted differently then the rest of the words in the paragraph, you can use attributes.

This text is contained inside html paragraph tags, the tags format the text into a paragraph. This part of the paragraph will be displayed in bold text because it is using the strong attribute.

  1. The Anatomy of an HTML Document usually takes this format.

Doctype which lets the browser what language it is using.

Head lets the browser know what character set to use and the title of the page.

Body contains the actual markup to display the page and process it’s contents.

My test page My test image

#606
  1. Hypertext Markup Language
  2. Structuring a web page its content.
  3. So we can display our Smart Contract on a website–and its useful!
  4. Code that defines every structure on an HTML page, including the placement of text, images, and hypertext links.
  5. E.g.

For some elements, such as there is no need for a closing tag with a backslash( <== the preceding angle bracket is incorrect.
  1. A modifier of an HTML element type.

  2. The main parts are the opening and closing tags, the content, the attribute, and the HTML element.


#607
  1. What is HTML?
    HTML stands for HyperTextMarkupLanguage, it is not an actual programming language like C++ or Java but kind of a format which describes how content is shown/displayed in a browser.

  2. What is HTML used for?
    It is basically used for all static websites on the web and with all components of HTML a tool/language to give the browser all information on how to structure and display your website’s content.

  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    To be able to have a front-end for our smart-contracts or Dapps. For having the ability to build a simple website which interacts with blockchain-based programs/contracts.

  4. What is an HTML tag?
    A HTML tag looks like this and is one component of a HTML element. A HTML element could be a paragraph, image or even a list and is defined by an opening tag, content and closing tag.

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    It starts with and opening tag than comes “content” and afterwards a closing tag.
    Example giving:

    this is a simple paragraph

  6. What is an attribute?
    Attributes are extra information of an element which are not shown to the consumer of the HTML site. Attributes are defined in the opening tag and come after the opening tag name, they can be used to give a certain element an identifier or to specify width and length of an element.
    Example giving:

    a simple paragraph

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    To have a correct displayed/shown HTML page a certain structure is necessary for it. A typical HTML code looks like this:

My test page My test image
  1. : An historical artifact of the early days of HTML, needs to included
  2. ... : called the ‘root element’ it wraps up all the content of your HTML page
  3. ... : here you put in all the stuff that is not content of your visible HTML page, this could be keywords for search engines like Google, page description or character set declaration.
  4. : here you define the character-set of your HTML page, in this case it is UTF-8 which includes all common characters (ASCII could be an alternative). Setting your character-set to UTF-8 is kind of a predefined standard to avoid textual errors later on.
  5. ... : Everything you want to show to a web user of your HTML page is described inside the body element like text, images, videos, lists, games, …
  6. My HTML-Page title : You define the title of your HTML page which appears in your browser tab and if you want to bookmark it.

#608

1. What is HTML?
The code that structures a website

2. What is HTML used for?
It is used to show the browser how a website should look like.

3. Why are we learning HTML?
To show the world the content of our future blockchain programming results.
Or to be able to smash the likes.

4. What is an HTML tag?
An html tag is the combination of content and the description how it should be shown in a browser.

5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
It is made out of elements. Elements start with an opening tag. Then comes the content. It ends with the closing tag.

6. What is an attribute?
Attributes content extra information of the elements which should not be shown on a website.

7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
It is the complete structure / framework of the code which is used to show all aspects of a website (not containing any content).


#609
  1. HTML (Hyper text markup language) it’s a technology that let’s you see contents in your browser. It structures a web page and it’s contents.

  2. It is used to program websites with a fixed content. Again, it provides structure to the web page and helps organize content.

  3. HTML is the foundation for web development and blockchain development. It is the code for building a web page and it’s contents so you can view it on a browser.

  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
    With the contents, they help comprise an HTML element.

  6. An attribute specifies some additional properties regarding the content included inside a tag. However, it is information that does not appear in the actual content to be viewed by a person using a browser.

  7. A HTML document is comprised of the following items that make up its anatomy:

As per the definitions/data provided by the reading material, we have:

— the doctype. In the mists of time, when HTML was young (about 1991/2), doctypes were meant to act as links to a set of rules that the HTML page had to follow to be considered good HTML, which could mean automatic error checking and other useful things. However, these days no one really cares about them, and they are really just a historical artifact that needs to be included for everything to work right. For now, that's all you need to know. — the element. This element wraps all the content on the entire page, and is sometimes known as the root element. — 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. This includes things like keywords and a page description that you want to appear in search results, CSS to style our content, character set declarations, and more. — 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. There is no reason not to set this, and it can help avoid some problems later on. — the 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. — 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.

#610
  1. Hypertext Markup Language
  2. A code that can be used to create websites or web pages.

3.Because we need to know how to create a website and use it for smart contract purposes.
4. It states where the element begins and ends. It controls the size of the text and link the word or image to another page or link.
5. It consists of the name of the element that we would like to begin and end with. There is one single difference at the end, which is the forward slash that must be added before the name.
6. Extra information related to the element, but we don’t want it to appear in the shown content.
7. The doctype (not as important as it used to be in the past), the element, the element, the character set, title and the .


#611
1. HTML is a markup language (not programming language) that defines the structure of our content.
2. HTML is used for structuring a web page and its content.
3. HTML is the basic language for structuring web content and learning it paves the way for other complex languages like JS.
4. A tag is the name of the element wrapped in angle brackets :slight_smile:
5. A tag consists of two angle brackets, the name of the tag and the forward slash for the ending tag.
6. An attribute is a part of an element, containing a name and value. 
7. There's the <html> element, then <head> and <body> elements.

#612

Hypertext Markup Language-HTML consists of a series of elements used t o enclose, wrap or different parts of the content in specific ways.
Web pages design, structure and creation
To introduce us newbies to programming by familiarizing us with simple
A tag indicates the action to be applied and when it ends

<?>

An attribute contains additional information about the element you don’t want to appear
Opening tag closing tag content element


#613
  1. What is HTML?
    It’s a Hypertext Markup Language which means the code that all webpages on the internet is built on.

  2. What is HTML used for?
    To structure the webpages content.

  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    To build webpages with code that give you great freedom to design it the way you want it without having to pay someone else to do it for you.

  4. What is an HTML tag?
    It’s the start and the end sign of an element that HTML uses to tell what the element will be, example: < title > for a title included in the browser tab or < p > for a paragraph of text.

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    If it is a paragraph it starts with < p > continues with the element and have to end with < /p >

  6. What is an attribute?
    It’s something to further describe the element and it’s included in the line of code before the element’s content but it won’t be displayed for the viewer of the final webpage.

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    It’s the base layer that structure the webpage’s code with these lines in the following order
    < !DOCTYPE html > is the first line and it’s just an instruction to the web browser about what version of HTML the page is written in and must be included.
    < html > this element is sometimes called the root element and wraps up the entire content on the webpage.
    < head > this element will be followed by content you want to include in the code that isn’t content, like the name of the page in the bookmark list etc.
    < meta charset=“utf-8” > is used to detect the vast majority of all human written languages, there is no reason not to use this since it can help you avoid problems in the code.
    < title > this element sets the name of the page that appears in places like the browser tab and in bookmarks.
    < body > this element contains all the content that you want to be displayed for the viewer on your webpage like images, videos texts etc.