HTML Reading Assignment


#717
  1. What is HTML?
    It’s not a programing langage, it’s a markup langage that’s define the structure of your content.
  2. What is HTML used for?
    It’s used to structure a web page and it’s content.
  3. Why are we learning HTML?
    HTML is used on all web pages and needed to layout attributes and structure to the web page so that it is comprehensible
  4. What is an HTML tag?
    It’s a markup use to create an element.
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
    < > and </ >
  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?

#718
  1. HTML is a markup language to enclose or wrap web site contents with the help of elements.
  2. HTML is being used to define the way of your web site content.
  3. To create a front end application which can communicate with end client for input and with backend to get the output.
  4. HTML tag is used to identify the starting and ending point of elements.
  5. name of the element with opening and closing angle brackets.
  6. Attribute provides extra information about the element and would not be shown in content.
  7. root element.
    head element - structure of contents
    body : actual content.

#719
  1. HTML Stands for “Hypertext markup language”
  2. It’s a markup language that is used by browsers to render and display webpages with more than just text elements. Images, videos and other elements can be rendered with the help of html
  3. To be able to create a front end app or webpage to communicate with our dapp on ethereum or another blockchain.
  4. It’s what HTML uses to identify the start and end points of elements like paragraph text or links.
  5. <[tag type] [attributes]>[content]</[tag type]>
  6. Attributes add further information about an element from simply defining a title for them up to the image an tag displays or more
  7. Usually you get the doctype element on top which is obsolete now.
    Then you have html element to wrap the whole document.That’s the root element.
    Then you add the head element with info and structural information.
    Inside the head element you may place the meta charset element that disctates the charset used (ususally UTF-8) as well as the title element with the title of the document. More meta elements may be placed in the head element.
    Last you add the body element where the actual content lies.

#720
  1. HTML = Hypertext markup language
  2. It is the code for the structure of a website and it’s content
  3. Having a smart contract is not enough, we need to have a way for users to interact with the smart contract. Knowing HTML means we can build our own website to link with and interact with the smart contract.
  4. Opening and closing tags are part of the structure of a website and are used to open and close an element of that website. For example the opening tag (

    ), opens a paragraph and the closing tag (

    ) closes that paragraph. Thus the paragraph (or content) is contained within or between these tags.
  5. An opening tag consists of angular brackets (less than and greater than symbols) with a short cut name for the element they are used for (example:

    is for paragraph). The closing tag is similar but with a forward slash after the first bracket (example:

    )
  6. An attribute is a way to define a property or additional information of an element.

#721
  1. HTML is a higher level language that functions to define the structure of a website and display content.
    2.HTML is used for structuring websites.
  2. We are learning HTML because it will be the front end interface for our smart contracts. Our smart contracts will be the back end. We need a way for users to be able to interact with the smart contracts we develop.
  3. HTML tags are parts of an element that signify the beginning and end of an element.
  4. opening tag= <name (attributes=“attribute-value”)> followed by content
    closing tag = content followed by
    6.An attribute contains extra information about the element that you don’t want to appear in the content.
    7.Begins with <!doctype html>
    next is root element.
    next is element which is a place to store all information that is not part of the content.
    next is which allows the handling of text content from most languages
    next is element which is the name displayed in the browser of webpage, also name stored when storing in bookmarks.
    next is element which contains all the web content you want to display.

#722

Not sure why it structured my post this way and messed up numbering, interesting.


#723
  1. What is HTML? The code that is used to structure a webpage and its contents.
  2. What is HTML used for? Structure webpage and contents.
  3. Why are we learning HTML? So that you’ll be able to create and format webpages for yourself without having to rely on others to do it for you.
  4. What is an HTML tag? There’s the opening tag and the closing tag. They both consist of the name of the element wrapped in opening and closing angle brackets, except that the closing bracket has a slash before the name of the element.
  5. What is the structure of an HTML tag? You have your brackets and inside of those is the name of the element and in the closing tag there is a slash before the name of the element.
  6. What is an attribute? It can be contained inside a tag next to the element and it contains extra information that you don’t want to appear in the actual content.
  7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document? Doc type, html element, head, meta charset=“utf-8”, title, and body.

#724

1. What is HTML?
Hyper Text Markup Language
2. What is HTML used for?
Code that is used to structure a webpage and it’s content.
3. Why are we learning HTML?
Learning HTML is the foundation for everything else we will learn in coding
4. What is an HTML tag?
An HTML tag states where an element begins and ends
5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
It consist of an opening tag and a closing tag and the content, they all make up what’s known as the element.
6. What is an attribute?
An attribute contains 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?
html, head, & body


#725

1. What is HTML?
HTML (HyperTextMarkupLanguage) is a language (not a programming language) that defines the structure of your content on a webpage. Interesting article on the origins of Hypertext called ‘As We May Think (1945)’ by V.Bush

2. What is HTML used for?
Can be used for many things including, formatting text, creating links to other pages (hyperlinks), inserting pictures, headers and footers, inserting metatags that can be utilized by search engines, organising the actually text in a page into paragraphs.

3. Why are we learning HTML?
At the most basic level, all web pages are HTML code. The first websites consisted of pages full of text with links (hyperlinks) to other pages. HTML is the foundation language of web content

4. What is an HTML tag?
Its something that allows browsers to know what and how to display the content.

5. What is the structure of an HTML tag?
< TAG>, where TAG can be many many things. For example

<p> start a new paragragh, </p> end the paragraph

<b> start of bold text, </b> end of bold text

6. What is an attribute?
Attributes contain extra information about what you want to display. For example if a picture of a dog on a webpage will take me to www.IvansBestDogs.com , then I will add the ‘href’ attribute to that picture with a value of www.IvansBestDogs.com

7. What is the anatomy of an HTML document?

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<meta charset=”utf-8”>
<title>.....</title>
</head>
<body>
........
........
</body>
</html>

<!DOCTYPE html>
An old/original error checking set of rules (not used anymore), but still included_ _to make things work as they should

<html></html> ``
The start of the HTML page and the end of the HTML page. Also know as the root element

<head></head> ``
The head includes things that are relevant to the page but no need to show to the user. For example which keywords are linked to this page (for search engine results), the page description in the search results and many others.

<meta charset="utf-8">
A standard character set (utf-8) which will allow you to use almost any language within your page so its a good one the use all the time. Usually included within the <head>

<title></title>
The title of your page as it appears in the browser. Usually included within the <head>

<body></body>
The actual content (or body) of the page