Overview of Web Development

compiled by Kay Oliver Seiferdt

The fundamentals of Web development are HTML,  CSS and JavaScript, in other words, content, style and behavior.

HTML is the Web’s core language for creating documents and applications for everyone to use, anywhere.

 from http://www.w3.org/html/

HyperText Markup Language is the core of every Webpage, the actual content.  Tags are required to describe the content. its actually make sense

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Introduction into HTML

compiled by Kay Oliver Seiferdt

With HTML content will be created, to describe the content, tags are mandatory. There are two types of tags, an  <opening tag> and a </closing tag> , of course there are some exceptions, where only one tag is needed but that will be explained at another time.
To use tags, you need angle brackets, a HTML element and for closing is a slash / mandatory.

  • opening tag  < HTML-element >
  • closing tag </ HTML-element >

The opening and closing tag are used to described the content, between the tags the content

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Get in Touch with CSS

CSS stands for “Cascading Style Sheet” and its one of the core elements of a website, if you only use HTML, you will create a useless website because its unusable. In the end it is the combination of both, which makes your website usable.

There are three ways to implement CSS in your HTML-code

  1. Inline 2. Internal and 3. External.

For Inline CSS, adds everything in the opening tag of an element. Therefore you just have to add ‘style=”property: value;”‘.

Example:

For

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Know more about CSS

The syntax is divided in selector, property and value. The selector could be every HTML-element, paragraph, heading or the body-tag. The property is responsible for the style and in combination with its value, the actual change will be achieved. To refer from the property to the value it is necessary to

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CSS elements – Color

compiled by Kay Oliver Seiferdt

Source- http://www.valueabled.com/images/7281iB418A57CFB33B469_e8c79ce6-35f5-4.jpg

Property-color changes the color of the text, border, background or every other element, where color is visible. The value can be assigned in different ways.

just the Name of the color like – red, green, blue rgb(value, value, value) and the value in the parenthesis is a number between 0 and 255

rgb() means red, green, blue &#8211

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Introduction and practice examples of JavaScript

Contributed: by Ms Arifa Orfan

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It’s useful to start with a short overview of the language’s history. JavaScript was created in 1995 by Brendan Eich while he was an engineer at Netscape. JavaScript was first released with Netscape 2 early in 1996. It was originally going to be called LiveScript, but it was renamed in an ill-fated marketing decision that attempted to capitalize on the popularity of

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How to create Notepad using JavaScript?

Contributed by Hizbullah Watandost

Code for Notepad:

HTML form design:

<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<head>
<title>
SICSR Online Notepad
</title>
<!–Css part–>
<style>
.table{border:2px solid red;
width:1000px;
height:700px;
}

#head{
height:20px;
width:130px;
background-color:teal;
font-size:+2;
text-align:center;
font-weight:bold;
color:white
}

#td2{
height:10px;
width:140px;
text-align: center;
}
</style>

</head>

<body>

<marquee> <b><font

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