By the end of the day we will have created and published a complete web site that includes a home page, resume and hot list. To do this, we will use only a simple text editor. Here is an example of what you will have:
All that is needed for making a Web site is a plain text editor, and I'm going to suggest you download the free Programmer's Notepad:
There is a "downloads" link to click on that will take you to the page you want to use. Click on it
Be sure to choose the "stable" version. This is good software, but it is always under development, so do not work on the cutting edge.
You will download an ".exe" file, which you can open and let the software install. That is it!
Example - <h1 align="center">Mary Taylor</h1> yields:
For a perspective and a chance to practice some more use Webmonkey, a site full of web authoring tutorials. Note that these pages are constructed to allow you to print them out if you wish. The directions are a bit chatty, but give you a quick introduction to the subject.
First, read through the following to get a general understanding of HTML
Then, use the Webmonkey Teaching Tool to learn the following skills and tags:
In each case, be sure to practice the tag by completing the "try it" link at the end of the article if one is present.
Now that you know everything about HTML, it's time to make your personal web site. First do it in the WIKI, then try to make the same three pages in HTML. Follow these instructions:
Sunday, June 17, 2007 2:05 PM