Chapter 7 Adding Graphics
Images aren’t stored in HTML files. You always store each image as a separate file.
In order to show a picture in your page you use the <img> tag in your HTML.
The file size of the picture is important since it determines how long it takes to send the picture over the internet.
The picture dimensions are important because they determine how much screen real estate an image cover space.
1. Fire up your favorite image editor or drawing program.
2. Fill in a background color that matches your Web page
3. Choose our font, and type the text over the background color.
4. Cut your image down to size.
5. Save your picture.
Chapter 8 Linking Pages
Understanding the Anchor
HTML you use the anchor tag to create a link. When this is clicked, transport the Web site reader to another page. The anchor tag is a straightforward container tag.
Look like <a>…</a>
Inside the anchor tag, you put the click able content
Look like <a>Click Me</a>
Link checker is an automated tool that scans through one or more of your Web pages. This tests each link to retrieve the target page.
A special instruction that tells the browser to automatically navigate to a new page. The advantage of using a redirect is that it prevents a broken link.
To create a redirect you nee to add a special <meta> tag to the <head> portion of your Web page.
Universal Usability http://universalusability.com/access_by_design/index.html
This site provides great ideas of making your website more user friendly. Also, for users who are not familiar with browsing the internet. The sites shows you specific links you can provide for easy access and overcoming navigation problems.