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To continue with the site you began planning for in the first chapter, we now begin the first page in your site These are the main goals for this project:
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Use all the necessary tags to create a basic web page Use a character entity to add a copyright symbol to the page Add space for an internal style sheet in the header of the page Save the page as an HTML file that can be read by a web browser Preview the page in a web browser
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All the files needed to complete the projects in this book for the Chop Point site can be downloaded from wwwwendywillardcom In addition, you can view my version of the web site anytime by visiting wwwchoppointorg 1 Open a text editor on your computer (such as TextEdit on the Mac or Notepad in Windows)
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Copy the following code to begin your web page Feel free to make edits wherever necessary to personalize your site for your organization
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<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 10 Transitional// EN" "http://wwww3org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/transitionaldtd"> <html> <head> <title>Chop Point Camp and School, located in Woolwich, Maine</title> <style type="text/css"> </style> </head> <body> <p>Chop Point </p> <p>Chop Point is a non-profit organization operating a summer camp and K-12 school in Woolwich, Maine</p> </body> </html> 2 After the end of the second paragraph, use the code you learned in this chapter to add two
breaks and a copyright symbol ( ), followed by the name of the organization (Example: Chop Point Inc)
3 Create a new folder on your hard drive, called choppoint (or the name of your organization
or web site) Save this file as indexhtml in the folder you just created
4 Open your web browser and choose File | Open (or Open File, depending on the browser
you re using) Locate the file indexhtml you just saved
(continued)
HTML: A Beginner s Guide
5 Preview the page and compare it to Figure 2-2 If you need to make changes, return to your
text editor (TextEdit or Notepad) to do so Once you have made those changes, save the file and switch back to your web browser Click the Reload or Refresh button in your browser to update your page according to the changes you just made The complete code for your page might look like this:
<!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 10 Transitional//EN" "http://wwww3org/TR/xhtml1/DTD/transitionaldtd"> <html> <head> <title> Chop Point Camp and School, located in Woolwich, Maine </title> <style type="text/css"> </style> </head> <body> <p>Chop Point </p> <p>Chop Point is a non-profit organization operating a summer camp and K-12 school in Woolwich, Maine</p> <br /> <br /> © Chop Point Inc </body> </html>
Figure 2-2
Your page should look similar to this one when displayed in a browser, depending on your organization and content
2: Basic Page Structure
Does your browser window appear blank when you try to preview your page If so, return to your text editor and make sure you have included all the necessary closing tags (such as </body> and </html>) In addition, if you are using any editor other than TextEdit or Notepad, don t forget to save the file as text only within an html file extension For more tips, see Appendix C, Troubleshooting
Summary
Every web page needs a few tags to display properly in the browser This project helps you practice typing those tags and placing them in the correct order on the page Getting used to the process of editing, saving, and previewing pages is good because this is used throughout the rest of this book and during the course of your continued web development
2 Self Test
1 What file extensions do HTML files use 2 The following line of HTML code contains errors What is the correct way to write this
line
<p This is a paragraph of text p> 3 At the very least, which tags should be included in a basic HTML page 4 Identify the tag name, attribute, and value in the following line of HTML code: <a href="pagehtml"> 5 Fill in the blank: XHTML requires all tags to be __________ case 6 Which option is not acceptable for an HTML filename A myfilehtml B my-filehtml C my filehtml D my1filehtml 7 What is the named character entity used to add a copyright symbol to a web page 8 You just created a web page, and you re previewing it in a web browser when you notice an
error After fixing the error and saving the web page, which button should you click in the browser to view the changes made
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