Creating Pages for the World-Wide Web
This page (roughly) outlines a TUCC short course which took place
Monday, July 24, 1995. The course was taught jointly by
The course and these pages provide an introduction to the World-Wide Web
and authoring Web documents.
Course attendees also authored their own Web documents on the platform of
their choice (PC, Mac, or UNIX).
- Aaron Konstam, Dept. of Computer Science
- John Howland, Dept. of Computer Science
- Steve Curry, Trinity University Computing Center
- Jim McDonald, Dept. of Engineering Science
We'll begin with a lecture/demonstration: a brief Web tour and construction
from scratch of a simple document which illustrates the main points of Web
Now you're ready to write your page. Choose a computer and an authoring tool,
and you're on-line!
- Introduction to the Web:
what it looks like and how to get around using a Web browser
Formatting multimedia documents
using HyperText Markup Language (HTML)
Linking documents together using HTML anchors and
Uniform Resource Locators (URL's)
- More advanced stuff
like forms, tables, clickable maps, HTML 3, Netscape enhancements,
advice on style, etc.
- Web authoring tools
of various types for various computers
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Last modified: Fri Jul 21 15:39:09 1995