An Algorithmic and Social Introduction to Computer Science (CSC-105 2000S)


Class 05: HTML, Experimentation and Reflections

Back to Lab: HTML. On to Logical vs. Physical Formatting, Revisited.

Held Monday, January 31, 2000

Overview

Today we continue our consideration of HTML with some more hands-on exercises and some discussions of the implications of HTML.

Question for today's class: What does the use of HTML as the language of the World Wide Web say about the Web's accessiblity?

Question for Tuesday's class: Do cascading style sheets better support readers or authors?

Notes

Contents

Summary


HTML Lab, Continued

For the first twenty-five minutes or so of today's class, we'll continue to work on the HTML lab.

Implications of HTML

HTML was the first markup language of the World Wide Web, and remains the primary markup language for the Web. (That may soon change.)


History

Saturday, 22 January 2000

Monday, 31 January 2000

Back to Lab: HTML. On to Logical vs. Physical Formatting, Revisited.


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