HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is not a computer programming language that will allow students to build, say a payroll program. It will however teach them to use HTML as a set of markup symbols or codes that manipulate text to display on a World Wide Web browser page. By the time the student completes this lesson, they will have an understanding …
This lesson is designed to provide an introductory to Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and to show students how to use the language to describe the look or the presentation of the web page to be shown. The presentation may include colors, layouts, and fonts for documents written in a markup language like HTML.
Adding text to a webpage is easy to do, but when adding an image this can be a little tricky. The image has to come from either a PC, contained in a file that will be uploaded to the Web or it can come from the web itself. We will be adding a picture from the web in this lesson to text.
Creating a Storyboard is a very important task of designing a website. This lesson will teach students how to create a StoryBoard that will help them organize and design a website.
With the advent of blogging, there has evolved different ways to monetize your website. We explore a few ways to make money on the internet using a simple Wordpress site. With this lesson we will explore paid traffic sources and how it can increase your financial bottom line.