Tag: HTML

Cut, Paste, Fix and Repeat

Filed in Miscellaneous, Tips for Teaching with Technology by on March 17, 2011 0 Comments
Cut, Paste, Fix and Repeat

Anyone who has ever tried to cut and paste a perfectly formatted Word document into myWPI (Blackboard) has probably experienced some difficulties in doing so.  Cutting and pasting from word brings a good deal of HTML-like code with the text.  This HTML-like code has, in the past, been the cause of endless frustrations such as […]

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Coding the Web With Style

Coding the Web With Style

Coding the web with style In a previous post, we covered the basics of HTML, the markup language of the internet. We explored ways to divide content into different kinds of contextual containers using tags, and we saw some rudimentary formatting as a result. But how do really style the web? How do we control […]

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How to make a web page: HTML

Filed in How-to, Interesting Technologies by on July 22, 2010 0 Comments
How to make a web page: HTML

Last week, we posted about the value of understanding HTML, the language of the web. While there are many tools that make website creation possible without requiring you to know any “code,” we feel that having a working knowledge of how the code behind a web page works is tremendously valuable. Today, we’re going to […]

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HTML- The language of the web

Filed in Interesting Technologies, Miscellaneous, Showcase by on July 14, 2010 0 Comments

Many of us here at WPI would admit that the web has become an integral, and in some cases necessary, part of our daily lives.  Many of us surf web sites on a daily basis, relying on the web for diverse content ranging from world news to peer reviewed research articles. However, a basic understanding […]

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