Getting Started - Speaker Notes

Slide 1:

This slide demonstrates getting started using HTML

Slide 2:

This slide shows the HTML code for a demonstration page.

The page was saved as getstart.html

Slide 3:

I suggest that you decide on html or htm as your extension and stay consistent where possible. I use html just because it is easier for me to remember.

Slide 4:

This slide shows the steps to open a page using Netscape.

If you know the address and name of the page, you can key it in instead of using Choose File.

Slide 5:

This is the loaded page. It is the result of the steps in the previous slide.

Slide 6:

This shows the steps to load the page in Explorer. Again instead of Browse, you can key in the address and name.

Slide 7:

I now have gone back to Notepad and made two changes to the page.

After making the changes I need to save the file.

Slide 8:

When I go back to Netscape, I use Reload to bring up the changed page.

Occasionally there is a problem and I reopen the file.

Slide 9:

In Explorer you use Refresh instead of Reload.

Slide 10:

Opera is a widely used browser in Europe.

Slide 11:

In Netscape, View/PageSource allows you to see the code that created the page.

Slide 12:

Control + C does a Copy, you can then paste the code into Notepad and use it.

Slide 13:

Explorer opens the source code in Notepad.

Slide 14:

Explorer shows the code in Notepad so you can save or print it at this point.