Lesson 2.7

Web Anchors


When Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web and introduced people to HTML, he was introducing them to something revolutionary. He was showing them something they had never seen before. He was showing them how to write linkable text. He made it so that people could read a block of text, then click on a portion of that text that was underlined in blue, and visit a completely different page of information. And that was the beginning of the actual World Wide Web. A messy web of links that take people from one place on the web to another place on the web.

Learning to make web pages is one thing. But learning how to link those web pages to each other and to other outside pages is something else entirely. In fact, a web page really isn’t a web page unless it has links. Today’s lesson is about getting comfortable with the idea of links.

LEARNING GOAL #2: The Basics of HTML

Students will be able to design multiple web pages with HTML through the use of simple Text Editors.


Read More

PART 2: Class Discussion – Human Links

Read More

PART 3: Final Review for Quiz

Read More
Posted in WD1