The origins of the Internet can be traced backed to a WAN called the ARPANET
A link can open a document on your computer or a document on a computer anywhere in the world.
Documents on the Web are known as Web pages and they are limited to text.
Browsers can run on cell phones, PDAs, MP3 players, and gaming systems.
It is a good idea to view your Web pages using different browsers.
HTML 2.0 included additional support for creating and formatting tables and expanded the options for interactive form elements.
An HTML file contains both formatting tags and content.
Tags in an HTML file should be entered using all uppercase letters.
Extra space is required before and after the <body> tags to make your code easier to understand, especially as you add more code and it becomes more complex.
If an image file is located in the same folder as the HTML file, you do not need to include any file location path information.
Horizontal lines are only useful for breaking up block quotes.
In order for computers to share resources efficiently, they can be linked together in a structure called a network.
Documents on a Web site are known as Web links.
You can create a content source document with a word processor in one language and then have an HTML editor save the document as HTML code.
HTML supports sic levels of headings, numbered h1 through h6, with h6 being the largest and most prominent.
To create a special character, type an ampersand followed either by the code name or the code number, and then a colon.
The body element contains information about the document (e.g., its title or keywords that a search engine on the Web might use to identify this document for other users).
Id names are case-sensitive.
Marking a location with an anchor does not change a document's appearance in any way.
Adding an id creates locations in your Web page that become destinations of links.
You use the <L> tag to create a link within a document
The id name "EMP" is the same as "emp".
You should be careful to make each id name unique within a document.
You should write a link to an id as:
<a href="#new"><h2>New Material</h2></a>
<h2><a href="#new">New Material</a></h2>
For some Web servers, the case (upper or lower) of the filenames in the href attribute of the <a> tag is important.
Browsers assume that if no folder information is given, the file is in the same folder as the current document.
In some situations, such as when working with large Web sites, you might want to place different files in different folders to help you stay organized.
A tooltip is descriptive text that appears whenever a user positions the mouse pointer over a link.
You link to an id using the id name preceded by a(n) &.
The general rule is to always place anchors outside other block level elements.
In an absolute path, each folder is separated by a slash.
To differentiate files located on different computers, HTML requires you to include the drive letter followed by a slash.
If computers are close together, the network linking them is called a ____.
If a network covers several buildings or cities, it is called a ____.
The largest WAN in existence is the ____.
The founders of the Web developed a system of ____ documents.
Documents on the Web are known as Web ____.
A Web ____ makes a page available to users of the Web
A Web ____ is a software program that retrieves the page and displays it
____ are formatting rules written in a separate language from HTML telling the browser how to render each element for particular devices
Web pages are text files written in a language called ____.
HTML was developed from ____.
Closing tags are identified by the ____ that precedes the tag name.
The ____ style of a header tag instructs the browser whether to center a given header, for example
The portion of a document that Web users will see is contained between the ____ tags.
HTML supports ____ levels of headings
To add a line break in paragraphs, you use the ____ tag.
A(n) ____ list is used to display information in sequential order.
_____ is a generic block-level element
Most Web browsers use a filled-in _____ for unordered lists.
Code numbers for special characters are immediately preceded by a ____
The ___ tag can be used to cause a usually gray line to be displayed in a Web page.
In its early days in the late 1960s, the Internet was called the ____ and consisted of two network nodes located at UCLA and Stanford connected by a phone line.
Many markup tags contain ____ that control the use, behavior, and in some cases the appearance of elements in the document.
The HTML code attribute ____ can be used to instruct the browser how to align an element.
A hypertext link allows you to select to view the ____ of the link.
A(n) ____ is an item you can select, usually by clicking a mouse, to view another topic or document.
The ____ tag creates an anchor.
To create a link to an anchor, you use the ____ attribute.
You link to an id or anchor using the anchor name preceded by the ____ symbol
For older browsers, you can use ____ to remove the border around a picture.
In an absolute pathname, after you type the name of the folder that contains the file, you type a final ____ and then the filename itself
To link to a document, you must specify its ____.
To specify a hotspot in an image map, you can use the ____ shape.
The first portion of a URL identifies the ____.
Following the communication protocol, there is typically a separator, such as a colon and two ____.
To use a single image to access multiple targets, you must set up ____ within the image.
Two points define a rectangular hotspot: the ____ and the ____ corner.
You have to place a(n) ____ before the image map name with the usemap attribute in the <img> tag.
Local Area Network
LAN stands for
Wide Area Network
WAN stands for
The key to hypertext is the use of ____________________, which you activate to move from one topic to another.
A Web page is stored on a Web ___________________.
To view a Web page, the client runs a Web ___________________.
Hypertext mark-up language
HTML stands for ___________________.
A(n) ___________________ list is a list of terms, each followed by a definition line that is typically indented slightly to the right.
By clicking a(n) ________________ with a mouse you can view another topic or document.
HREF, as in href attribute, is used to specify the ____________________ of a hypertext link.
In the example, <a href="#gra">Grading</a>, the entire word "Grading" is defined as a(n) ____________________.
The portion of a URL before the server name identifies the ____________________.
hypertext transfer protocol
HTTP is short for ______________________.
Following a communication protocol, there is typically a separator, such as a(n) ___________________ and two slashes.
file transfer protocol
FTP, short for _________________________, is a communication protocol that file servers can use to transfer information.