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Web Site Design

Home page The starting page for a website
What does HTML stand for? Hypertext Markup Language
What is HTML? The language used to write web pages
How does HTML work? It consists of text that defines the content of the page and tags that define how the content should be structured
Hyperlink (Hypertext link) A link from one web page to another
Hypertext A body of media stored in a machine-readable form and structured so that a reader can cross-refer between related items of information
Source The HTML code to create a web page
Web browser Software that displays a web page by rendering the HTML elements
Web page A document on the world wide web written in HTML and displayed in a web browser
Web site A set of linked documents associated with a particular person, organisation or topic that is held on a computer system and can be accessed as part of the world wide web
Attribute A named field that appears inside an HTML tag
Type selector A selector that is an HTML tag; it targets every instance of an element
Class selector Used to collect any HTML element that has a class attribute
Difference between class and ID selector ID selectors can only be used once per document whereas class selectors can be used more than once
Block-level element Mark divisions in page structure
Created by: Masterniket