AFTER COMPLETING THIS CHAPTER, YOU WILL BE ABLE TO:
Explain the concept of a markup language.
Realize that different Web browsers may display the same HTML somewhat differently.
Understand the two HTML tag formats.
Define the families of HTML tags.
Recognize the HTML tags used in creating a résumé.
Understand the relationship between HTML, SGML, and XHTML.

INTERNET LITERACY RESOURCES:

  HTML Tags
 

Even though there are many more tags than you'll use in creating your first few pages, browse through these links and find some tags that are unfamiliar to you but that you would like to experiment with.



W3C HTML 4.01 Specification


Versions of HTML
 

The World Wide Web Consortium is constantly working on projects to enhance uses of the Web. Which projects will bring benefits to your own work on the Web?


World Wide Web Consortium
Copyright © W3C® 1994-2002 (MIT, NRIA, Keio). All Rights Reserved.


Progressive Case: Planning XML Web Services
 

Use these links to help research your answer to the progressive case for this chapter.


XML Web Services Case Studies

Microsoft .NET Homepage

O'Reilly Webservices.XML


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