This is a relatively simple task to help you get to grips with HTML and
practise refining web-pages read for when you start to create your own. There is
help on the following page:
You may also like to start with the basic web-page I've attached below:
If you click the link, the file will open in your browser - you should click the right-mouse button on the link and choose Save Target As... (or a similar-sounding option if you're not using Internet Explorer) to save the page onto your computer. Double-click or open the saved copy, and then select Source
from the View menu, or click the right-mouse button and select View Source to view or edit the HTML tags. Again, browsers other than Internet Explorer will have similar options, but you might have to look through the menus, or in the help, to find them.
Each time you change your page using a text editor, you will need to refresh your browser - the F5 will do this in most browsers.
In this task I'm going to ask you to describe your three favourite records,
films or television programmes. The content of the page isn't that important, so if you can't think of three records, films or programmes then don't worry - just include three paragraphs about your three favourite anythings! Once you've thought about what you're
going to say, you need to make the following changes to the web-page attached
Replace the title with a suitable title of your own - remember that the title appears across the top of the window, not on the page itself.
In the body, add a suitable heading for the page, and use HTML tags to
make it stand out (you could use one of the heading styles, for example, or
make it larger and bold; it's up to you!)
Write briefly about each of your three favourite records/films/programmes/things,
putting each one in a separate paragraph
Add some tags to your web-page so that the name of each of the three
records/films/programmes is bold
Add some more tags so that the names of any people involved - actors,
singers, bands, etc. - are in italics
Make any other changes that you would like to make (if you know how to)
and saved your finished page.