Getting Started - Speaker Notes
This slide demonstrates getting started using HTML
This slide shows the HTML code for a demonstration page.
The page was saved as getstart.html
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.
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.
This is the loaded page. It is the result of the steps in the previous slide.
This shows the steps to load the page in Explorer. Again instead of Browse, you can key in the address and name.
I now have gone back to Notepad and made two changes to the page.
After making the changes I need to save the file.
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.
In Explorer you use Refresh instead of Reload.
Opera is a widely used browser in Europe.
In Netscape, View/PageSource allows you to see the code that created the page.
Control + C does a Copy, you can then paste the code into Notepad and use it.
Explorer opens the source code in Notepad.
Explorer shows the code in Notepad so you can save or print it at this point.