Class Project 2000!
(This is where ol' CBK attempts to explain the basic makeup of a website
to her Mass Media class!
Clap twice for luck!)
This is an example of HTML (HyperText Markup Language).
HTML is the basic language used to program the makeup of a website.
It is used to write text, place links, and
Graphics of any kind can be brought onto the web.
But most browsers can only handle graphics with the extensions of:
For example, GIF Versus
GIF (best quality, can be animated or transparent)
JPG or JPEG (can be easier to handle than GIFs, but lesser
BMP (large and cumbersome file size, but used for background
When it comes to text, you can change its
alignment, style, and size.
Shockwave can be used for more complex effects.
These are links!
Links are (usually) in the form of underlined text, or
a graphic. One can click on a link to get to another page on a site,
or to download a file.
Click here to see an example of Shockwave
What's this?! You wanna know about these snazzy
little dividing lines? You can use a transparent GIF to make a custom
divider. Por ejemplo: