- Understanding the Fundamentals of HTML
- Making a New Page
- The Document Window and Its Tabs
- Viewing the Source Code
- Using the HEAD Pane
- Setting the Width of Your Page
- Setting the link, alink, and vlink Colors
- Setting the Page Background Color
- Previewing Your Page
- Quiz Answers
c. Link stands for hyperlink. alink is active link, the state of the link when the mouse clicks on it. vlink is visited link, the state of the link after it has been visited.
The three tags that are part of every HTML page are a. <HEAD> </HEAD>, c. <HTML> </HTML>, and d. <BODY> </BODY>.
a. There are two ways to change the background color of the page: Select the color in the Page Inspector, or drag and drop a color onto the Page icon in the Document window.
a. True, you must use a file extension such as .html or .htm when saving an HTML page.
b. You set the viewable width of a Document window by using the pop-up list at the bottom-right corner of the window.