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(1) Open up a browser window and a terminal window and place them so you can see both at once. You will need to see the instructions and type commands in the terminal window in these labs.
(2) Use browser to find out things and check your new pages. Bookmark the course website and your own public site, etc.
(3) Use a terminal window to do experiments, create files, publish work, etc.
(4) Get good at 'vi' or 'emacs'.
(4) If you use your own software, it is your problem.
~/webin your home directory.
If you already have a page index.html on cse.csusb.edu then edit it to include a href to http://cse.csusb.edu/dick/cs320/. And remove any strange "=" signs! Hint:
<HTML><head><title>Put your name here</title></head>
<h1>Put your name here</h1>
Put a personal message here.
I am taking <a href="http://cse.csusb.edu/dick/cs320/">CS320</A>: Programming Languages.
cp index.html ~/web
If you work directly in the public directory:
Call me over before the end of the lab period and show me your page,
Here is a favorite web comic: [ http://www.userfriendly.org/ ] and here is a highly relevant storyline [ ?id=19991213&mode=classic ] -- enjoy!
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The tags come in pairs (mostly). Here are the ones I used in your
|<HTML>...</HTML>||Indicates page for the web|
|<head>...</head>||The part of a page that identifies the data in the page|
|<title>...</title>||The title of the page -- labels the browser window, etc.|
|<body>...</body>||The visible part of the page|
|<h1>...</h1>||A large head line in the page|
|<pre>...</pre>||The text is pre-formatted.|
|<a...>...</A>||An Anchor for a hyperlink to another page.|
I will be giving you more information on HTML in this course.