Fundamentals of CS I (CS151 2001S) : Outlines

Class 03: HTML: A Formal Markup Language

Reading: A Quick Guide to HTML. Lab: Writing Hypertext for the World Wide Web. Back to Algorithms: Thinking Formally. On to Starting Scheme.

Held Thursday, January 25, 2001

Summary

Today we begind to ground our understanding of dealing with the computer with hands-on practice. In particular, we'll look at some of the procedures necessary for building documents for the World Wide Web.

Assignments

Notes

Overview

A Brief Introduction to HTML

We may not cover this section explicitly, but it gives you some things to think about.

Representing Computerized Documents

Logical vs. Physical Markup

HTML Basics

Lab

Preparation

Are there questions on the lab?

Lab

Do the HTML lab. Raise your question if you have a hand. If you don't finish it all today, try to work on it tonight (or later).

Complete understanding of this lab is not required to progress to the next lab. However, you'll need to understand all of the lab in order to do homework 1.

Reflection

What have you learned today?

 

History

Friday, 12 January 2001

Wednesday, 24 January 2001

 

Back to Algorithms: Thinking Formally. On to Starting Scheme.

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