Web: Quick Guide to HTML Moodle ISU
HTML is a markup language for structuring web page content.
There are many tags to define the structure of HTML. These four tags are required to make an HTML document:
This example has the minimum amount of tags required to create a HTML document.
Below is an example of some common tags and what they look like in the browser.
To learn more about HTML, see http://w3schools.com/html/default.asp
If you are interested in styling HTML documents (such as changing colors, backgrounds, size, font, etc), take a look at the Cascading Style Sheet tutorial found here: http://w3schools.com/css/default.asp
HTML Tag Samples (with text):
Resulting Text (as viewed in a browser):
Line break <br/>New Item
Use the anchor tag to create a <a href=“http://www.isu.edu”>link</a> to another location, such as the ISU homepage
Use the anchor tag to create a link to another location, such as the ISU homepage
An image tag. <img scr=“bug.jpg />
An image tag
An Unordered List:
An Ordered List:
1. Item one
2. Item two
For more information, contact the ITRC - (208) 282-5880 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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