Week Two : HTML

Like architects learning about carpentry, today we dive into the world of
HTML (Hyper Text Mark-up Language) : “a text and image formatting language used by web browsers to dynamically format web pages”.

This week:
What is the structure / syntax of HTML ( context, tags, elements etc ) ?
What does a simple page contain?
Once html files have been made, where do you put them? ( servers / how to upload / how do URLs work?)
Linking pages to one another.

Later :
Including images on pages, colour and design, using tables to format pages.

Tutorial Resources:
w3schools
html.net
HTML Dog
Your HTML Source

RE-CAP + CHECKLIST
Creative Project. Shared research + feedback. Lots of online Participation.
Blog as reflective journal.

To enable shared research and learning, we need to have these steps in place:
– delicious account loaded, and delicious button in browser.
– google reader account + multiple subscriptions – including :
– the RSS feed for all the student blogs combined.
– the rmitmusic bookmarks @ delicious )

Bonus subscriptions:
– course or project relevant bookmarks @ delicious
– relevant tags @ flickr and vimeo
– other student blogs or bookmarks @ delicious
– relevant blogs

Got all that? Great! We’ll be using these a lot over the next few weeks, and some of the possibilities of networked learning should start to become obvious.

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2 Responses to “Week Two : HTML”

  1. Week 4 : HTML Formatting + Uploading « Rmitmusic09’s Blog Says:

    […] our HTML explorations to include formatting of text and images. ( If need be, refresh yourself with Week 2’s HTML class […]

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    […] Week 2 post introducing us to HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) and some good websites to refer […]

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