Application Development for the internet (HTML)


This material offers the student the fundamental knowledge of application development for the internet using HTML


Writing HTML Tutorial by Maricopa Center for Learning and Instruction (MCLI)



Chapter 1

1.1 The World Wide Web (WWW)

       HTML History

1.2 Hypertext and Hypertext Markup Language

1.3 Microsoft Front Page

Chapter 2
HTML Documents

2.1 Dividing the document into 2 parts.

2.1.1 Headers

2.1.2 Body


2.2.1 Format.

2.2.2 Representing 2 types of tag (odd and even)

2.3 Elements of an HTML Document

2.3.1 Text Elements

2.3.2 Tag Elements

2.3.3 Special Character elements

Chapter 3
Structural elements of HTML documents

3.1 Header tags

3.2 Body tags.

3.2.1 Paragraphs

3.2.2 Titles

3.2.3 Lists Numbered list Non-Numbered lists Definition lists

Chapter 4
Formatting HTML Documents

4.1 Logical styles (source code, text enhancements, variables)

4.2 Physical Styles (Bold, Italic, underlined, crossed)


Chapter 5
Managing images in html

5.1 Image format (quality, size, type, )

5.2 Importing images (scanners)

5.3 Tags used to insert images

5.4 Frames

Chapter 6 
tables in HTML documents

6.1 Tags used in table definition

6.2 Tags used for border thickness

6.3 Tags used for cell spacing

6.4 Tags used for table size

6.5 Dividing table with lines

6.6 Dividing lines with cells

6.7 Cell types

6.7.1 Titles cells

6.7.2 Data cells

Chapter 7
Hypertext and Link in HTML Documents


7.2 Types of links.

7.2.1 Internal Links

7.2.2 External Links

7.3 Link Tags

7.4 Links with images and buttons

7.5 Links that send email messages

Chapter 8
Special effects in HTML documents

8.1 Text fonts

8.2 Sensitive Images

8.3 Tip tables

8.4 Page background

8.4.1 Variable

8.4.2 Fixed

8.5 Rotating messages ( Marquee)

8.6 Counters

Chapter 9

9.1 Audio files and acceptable formats (AIFF, AU, MIDI, WAVE)

9.1.1 Inserting audio files

9.2 Video files and acceptable formats (MPEG, Quick Time, Video for Windows).

9.2.1 Inserting video files

9.2.2 Screen control attributes (WIDTH, HEIGHT, ALIGN).

9.2.3 Start control sttributes (START, FILEOPEN, LOOP, LOOPDELAY, MOUSEOVER).

Chapter 10
managing forms

10.1 Interactive forms

10.2 Creating data entry forms

10.3 Calling CGI scripts for modifying entered data

            CGI Primer

            Handling Form Output with CGI

            CGI Documentation Links

            Filling out HTML forms

10.4 Calling programs that use data (Java, C, )

10.5 Creating output documents


                    Special Edition Using Intranet HTML / Mark Surfas, Mark Brown and John Juge

                    Dynamic HTML Web Magic / Jef Douyer Hayden development group

                    HTML 4 for the World Wide Web / Elizabeth Castro