HTML Reading Assignment


#654

What is HTML?
It is a markup language that is used to build web pages and its content

Why do we use HTML?
We use HTML to the build the foundation of a webpage. It is the standard markup language developers use to build webpages. Although there are other, simple to use website builder tools like Wix, Wordpress or Squarespace, HTML allows us to customize a web page in anyway we like it.

Why are we learning HTML?
We are trying to learn HTML in order to get the basics of how to do programming. This language will lead us to other programming languages to learn, and ultimately, it will provide us enough knowledge to develop cryptocurrencies.

What is an HTML tag?
They are angle brackets that shows where the element begins and ends.

What is the structure of an HTML tag?
Includes the Opening tag, followed by the content, and then the closing tag. All parts makes up the element.

What is an attribute?
Attributes includes info about an element that you don’t want to display on the actual website.

What is the anatomy of an HTML Document?
“!DOCTYPE html” Just an ancient tag that needs to be in the html file
“html” This element wraps around the the content on the entire page
"meta charset=“utf-8” - this element sets the character set of the html document. You should include this
“title” sets the title of the page
“body” contains all the content that you want to show to users. Text, images, videos, all the good stuff


#655

What is HTML? A Mark-up language that is not the same as a programming language

What is HTML used for? HTML is used for the structure an layout of webpage design

Why are we learning HTML? So that we add a front end to Dapps & smart contracts we might go on to make so ourselves and other can actually use them

What is an HTML tag? An HTML tag are the points of where content starts and ends

What is the structure of an HTML tag? An opening tag, content then a closing tag.

What is an attribute? An attribute is something that can be added to an HTML tag that is not actually seen. For example a note for the developer.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document? Individual elements combined to form a full =document


#656
  1. What is HTML? - HTML is not a programming language but a Hyper Text Markup language.
  2. What is HTML used for? - HTML creates the “container” for the content on your page
  3. Why are we learning HTML? - We need to use HTML to properly display our content so others can read / see it
  4. What is an HTML tag? - A descriptor for a section, function etc
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag? - open tag, content close tag Example https://www.facebook.com/groups/129499034342783/
  6. What is an attribute? - Attributes provide additional information about an element. This info is not presented on the web page but may be used to style the element for example.
  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document? -

#657
  1. What is HTML?
    HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language .
  2. What is HTML used for?
    The code used as the outline for websites.
  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    So that we have the ability to build simple websites which can interact with our smart contracts in the future.
  4. What is an HTML tag?
    Begins or ends an element.
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    Contains the name of the element in between angle brackets. Closing tag also contains a forward slash after the first bracket.
  6. What is an attribute?
    It exists inside the opening tag of an element and adds extra functionality to that element.
  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    Starts with doctype, then the html root element to enclose everything.
    Then the head element, which includes everything other than the content of the web page that you are showing to viewers.
    Inside head element you have the meta element which sets textual characters that you want your web page to recognize. There is also the title element which sets the title of the page that is displayed in the browser tab.
    Lastly the body element contains all the content for the visitors to the web page.
    Everything must be closed off with an html closing tag.

#658

1. What is HTML?

HTML is a Hypertext markup language.

2. What is HTML used for?

HTML is used to structure the content of a website.

3. Why are we learning HTML?

Because it will allow us to create a front end website user interface to interact with our back end smart contract.

4. What is an HTML tag?

An HTML tag is the way to instruct how to show a content, which comes inside the tags.

5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?

For example <p> is a opening tag and </p> is a closing tag.

6. What is an attribute

An attribute is additional information you add to your element, to give it different uses, for example you use an atribute to create a link.

7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

The anatomy of an HTML document is, for example, like this:

<!DOCTYPE html>

<html>

<head>

<title>My website</title>

</head>

<body>

<h1>My website</h1>

<p>My website is not interesting at all.</p>

<p>There are interesting websites like:</p>

<ul>

<li>Wikipedia.</li>

<li>Youtube</li>

</ul>

<p>To find these interesting websites, introduce their names in the:</p>

<a href=”https://www.google.com”> Google search engine.</a>

<p>Thank you for visiting.</p>

</body>

</html>


#659

What is HTML:

  • HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language
  • It’s not a programming language

What is HTML used for?

  • HTML is code that you use to structure a website and its content
  • HTML consists of a serious of elements that are used to enclose or wrap different contents to make it
    appear in a certain way or act in a certain way

Why are we learning HTML?

  • We are learning HTML to understand how a static website is structured

What is a HTML tag?

  • Opening and closing tags state where an element starts and ends

What is the structure of an HTML tag?

  • In the opening tags the element (for example p (paragraph) is wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets
  • In the closing tag the element is wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets but also includes a forward slash in from of the element

What is an attribute?

  • An attribute is not shown as part of the content on the webpage but instead serves as information for the developer
  • It contains extra information about the element

What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

  • Anatomy of HTML ”my

#660
  • HTML is the code used to structure a web page and its contents.
  • HTML is not a programming language
  • It is a mark language that defines the structure of your content
  • HTML is used to create a web page with contents.
  • To create an interface to access a smart contract
  • In HTML a tag is used for creating an element.
  • The name of an HTML element is the name used in angle brackets such as

    for paragraphs

  • The end tags name is preceded by a slash character, “”
  • In empty elements the end tag is neither required nor allowed
  • An attribute extends a tag, changing its behaviour or providing metadata
  • An attribute always has the form name=value (the attribute’s identifier followed by its associated value)
  • the document type
  • This element wraps all the content on the entire page and is something known as the root element
  • This element acts as a container for all the stuff you want to include on the HTML page that is not 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 our style 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 language.
  • This element sets title of your page that appears in the browser tabs. It is also used to describe the page when you bookmark/favourite it.
  • This element contains all the content that you want to show to web users when they visit your page, whether that’s text, images, video, games, playable audio tracks, or whatever else.

#661
    • What is HTML?

Hypertext Markup Language is computer code, that defines that appearance and behavior of elements on a web page. It is not a programming language because unlike other languages it doesn’t contain any programming logic.

    • What is HTML used for?
      It is used to give formatting options, and structure to the content on a web page. It is the communication standard to display content on web browsers.
    • Why are we learning HTML?
      We are learning HTML to better control the manner in which we display the information online.
    • What is an HTML tag?
      A HTML tag is hidden keywords in your HTML code that communicate to the browser how to handle part or entire portions of an HTML element.
    • What is the structure of an HTML tag?
      A HTML tag usually has an opening tag (enclosed by angular brackets “”,) and a closing tag (angular brackets and a back slash “”)
    • What is an attribute?
      An attribute is a part of an element that provides additional information not to be displayed to the user. They are always specified in the start tag and come in name/value pairs like: "name=“value”
    • What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

The anatomy of a HTML document is as follows:

doctype: sets the rules that an HTML page must follow

start tag : : defines the start of the HTML document and very end of your HTML document (wrap)

header element : defines keywords (SEO), page description, and other non-displayed information about the HTML page

title element : used to define the title of your page and your bookmark/ browser tab/ favorite text

body element : used to define (wrap) all content in the web page.


#662
  1. Hyper text markup language
  2. creating websites
  3. so we can make a GUI
  4. is an extra you can at to a tag

#663
  1. HTML is a markup language that defines the structure of your content
  2. the code that is used to structure a web page and its content
  3. To understand basics of coding and to be able make a frontend of apps
  4. the content wrapping sign
  5. .................

  6. gives the content some property
My test page My test image ```

#664
  1. What is HTML?

Hyper Text Markup Language

  1. What is HTML used for?

Its to create sites and for users to interact with these sites online.

  1. Why are we learning HTML?

Our goal is to be able to create an interface with the blockchain we will construct. That’s why we are learning HTML.

  1. What is an HTML tag?

It’s the definition of starting and ending of an element (commands), all the elements have a starting tag and most of the elements must have an ending tag too.

  1. What is the structure of an HTML tag?

Tags have to be in brackets. Most of the tags have start – end definition in them (tag) (/tag) Some of the tags are just simple as shown on this example. And some have extra attributes in them.

  1. What is an attribute?

We use extra commands in tags to give additional work to the browser, these are called attributes…

  1. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

html element is the outer layer defining that this is an html.
head element is the layer defines the area where we write our codes hidden to the user or search engine eyes.
body element is a layer defining the “shown to the user” part.


#665
  1. What is HTML?
    HTML - Hyper Text Markup Language, is a code used to structure a web page and its contents.

  2. What is HTML used for?
    HTML is used to make different parts of its content to look and/or act the way you want.

  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    Basically to construct an interface to make easier for users to interact with the blockchain we will learn to build.

  4. What is an HTML tag?
    A tag is the element that manipulates the content.

  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    There is an opening tag, the content and the closing tag. A simple example of a text with the first word in bold:

    Hello world!

  6. What is an attribute?
    Elements can have attributes to give you more options to manipulate your page display. Like the class=“ASD” attribute that creates an identifier for some puposes.

  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

    <.!DOCTYPE html>
    <.html>
    <.head>
    <.meta charset=“utf-8”>
    <.title>Hello Satoshi!<./title>
    <./head>
    <.body>
    <.p><.strong>Hello<./strong> world!<./p>
    <./body>
    <./html>

Without the dot . inside the opening and closing tags.


#666
  1. hyper text markup lang
    2.web pages
    3.higher lang programing
  2. identifier
  3. p< />p
  4. command
  5. header paragraph

#667

What is HTML?
A.) HyperText Markup Language

What is HTML used for?
A.) A markup language used to format & structure web pages and their content.

Why are we learning HTML?
A.) In order to understand the foundations and fundamentals of web development which will help us understand the interconnection between the front end development & smart contracts.

What is an HTML tag?
A.) A tag can be a word, image or a hyperlink which act as instructions given to a website.

What is the structure of an HTML tag?
A.) The structure of an HTML tag is known as the ‘element’ which contains: an opening tag, followed by the content, followed by the closing tag.

What is an attribute?
A.) A characteristic which contains additional information about element which is not to be displayed in the actual content.

What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
A.)
the doctype: Not so important anymore but needs to be included.
the element: Known as the ‘root element’ - wraps all of the content on the entire page.
the element: Acts as a container for all items to be included on the HTML page which are not be included in the content being shown to page viewers such as a page description for search results.
the element:sets the charater on your document in order to handle textual content.

element: sets the title of the page as it appears in the browser tab. element: contains all the content which is to be shown to web users who visit your page.

#668
  1. Hyper Text Markup Language is a markup language that defines the structure of your content, consisting of a series of elements.
  2. HTML is the code that is used to structure a web page and its content.
  3. In order to create a website to host Javascript applications and more.
  4. HTML tags are the names of the element, wrapped in opening and closing brackets.
  5. The structure consists of an opening bracket and closing bracket surrounding the content. The name is wrapped by an opening and closing angle bracket. The closing bracket, a forward slash is placed before the name.
  6. An attribute optionally provides an element with a name and value.
  7. The anatomy of HTML consists of opening and closing tags, content and elements.

#669

1.Hypertext Markup Language
2.HTML är en kod fö att strukturera en webbsida
3.För at kunna skapa webbsidor där med olika taggar , element.
4.En tagg visar vad stycket börjar eller slutar.
5.Attribute innehåller exra information om elementet sm du inte vill visas i det faktiska innehållet.
6.HTML anatomin består av huvud,metacharset,titel,och text för att skapa en webbsida


#670
  1. What is HTML?
    HTML stands for hypertext markup language, it is not a programming language.
  2. What is HTML used for?
    HTML is used to structure web pages and their contents with things like images and text.
  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    We are learning HTML because it is required to make web pages that people can interact with. For instance while a dapp under its hood may interact with the ethereum blockchain, a web page is still needed for everyday users to interact with it.
  4. What is an HTML tag?
    Tags are used to specify how some line of text or image is going to appear on the web page. We can use tags to specify if a line of text is to be be made bold or if it is to be italicized.
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    A HTML tag is structured first with an opening tag then followed by the content and ending with a closing tag. Together this structure is a called an element.
  6. What is an attribute?
    An attribute is used to specify certain features of an element, this is useful because these specifications for certain features won’t appear in the content.
  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?
    The document begins with an opening tag html and followed by a opening and closing head tag and a opening and closing body tag, and finaly ending with a closing html tag.

#671
  1. Short for Hypertext Markup Language, defines the structure of your content on a web page.
  2. HTML is used in developing a web page, setting its structure.
  3. We are learning this because it’s a good introduction to thinking logically in a way that we write code or program.
  4. An HTML tag states the type of the element and defines the beginning (opening tag) and end (closing tag) of it.
  5. An HTML tag contains the name of the element wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets. Note that the opening tag differs a bit from the closing tag, as for the latter, a forward slash precedes the element’s name.
  6. An attribute is extra information about the element that doesn’t show in the actual content, and is put inside the opening tag.
  7. An HTML contains doctype,html or root element, head element, the character setting element , the title element of your page, and the body element.

#672
  1. Hypertext markup language
  2. Used to define structure of webpage
  3. Every project needs to have a webpage and it is a good first step towards more complex programming languages.
  4. Begin and end of an element.
  5. opening tag, content, closing tag
  6. Additional information that needs to be in the element but not visible to the audience.
  7. How elements are put together to make a webpage.

#674
  1. What is HTML?

HTML is a standard between devices and applications that allows information to be read and reorganized on different machines with different types of peripherals and still maintain the same structure of layout. When computers were first developed there was no standard way data was stored, a machine would have it’s own set system to read data but would not be able to read data from other machines. Even today this issue still exists between different programming languages, mostly due to technological advancements. The intent of IBM was to be able to manufacture machines that would all be able to read the same data, IBM then decided to create a set of guidelines for their machines called GML that would allow the data to be read for decades going forward regardless of the technological advancements.

  1. What is HTML used for?

HTML is used to display symbols on machines, like numbers, text, pictures but it has evolved into being able to accommodate media like sounds and videos.

HTML is mostly used on websites through browsers on computers but it can be used on any device which implements the protocol.

The main purpose of HTML is to allow the author of a document to display data consistently over several different types of machines.

  1. Why are we learning HTML?

HTML allows programmers to build user interfaces with systems, this is called the front end. As a programmer we need to decide how the user will interact with the system on the back-end. It is a standard to use HTML as an interface for Blockchains to be able to request data for transactions, addresses and wallets.

  1. What is an HTML tag?

A tag is a command to the computer that allows the text to be shown a certain way.

  1. What is the structure of an HTML tag?

There is an opening, closing, content and attributes which all together create an element.

  1. What is an attribute?

Attributes allow more specific commands to executed on the text within the element.

  1. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

First a declaration of document type needs to be made, this allows the computer to know what type of data is going to be used and what are the rules the document will follow, this was used to help programmers. This is preceded by the <html> tag, distinguishing between non-html code and html code. Each document can have it’s own set of attributes, this allows to categorize the document and organize it amongst the billions of other documents. As there are different alphabets in different languages we need to use the <meta charset=“utf-8”> this allows the computer to know which symbols to use when when displaying the text. Finally we have the title of the page and the body content that we want to provide the reader.