Tuesday, January 23, 2018

WebDesign: Tearing Apart a Website (W3-P2) [VID] Sp18

You can learn how something works by following instructions on how to compose or build that something.  For example, you could follow a step-by-step set of instructions on how to build a radio from a radio kit.

You can also learn how something works by tearing it apart, figuring out how the pieces work,  and then putting it back together.   For example, with regards to a radio, see a little of the video below.

What does this have to do with learn how to design a website?

In the image below on the left you see a website as it looks to a person viewing it in their web browser.

On the right you see the code the web designer wrote to tell the browser what to show and how to show it.

Your task is to tear apart the code on the right and figure out how it works.  Tear it into pieces and figure out what each piece does. For example, line 1 of the HTML code does what, you think?  Do this based on your reading and the code presented below.

Notice that above image is a hypertext image.  Click on it.  See where it takes you.

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