Fundamentals of Computer Science I (CSC-151.02 2000F)

Class 24: Writing HTML

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Held Wednesday, October 4, 2000


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HTML Review


1. Write (html-bold string) that, given a string, returns an emboldened version of that string.

2. Write (html-page title body) that builds a page with appropriate header and such.

3. Write (course->html courseinfo) that turns information on a course into valid HTML.

4. Put it all together to generate HTML code for a page on a course or courses.

5. Test your page by copying the HTML into a file (using the Gnotepad editor). Remember that you must put the file in your public_html directory and share the file.

Note: If you'd rather work with people for our dating game, rather than corses, that's okay with me.


Thursday, 24 August 2000

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