In Class One, we introduced HTML, including the concept of a tag, and learned how to create a basic HTML page and test it in a web browser. We also looked at naming conventions in HTML and other programming languages, and discussed the principles behind tag nesting, including the object-oriented programming concepts of the parent-child relationship or hierarchy, and the terms parent, child, sibling, and ancestor. We also learned about paragraph and heading tags, the two foundation elements of most HTML pages.
In Class Two, we will look into expanding our control of HTML tags through ATTRIBUTES, and explore some more HTML syntax issues. We will also cover URLs (Uniform Resource Locators) and the A (anchor) tag.
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