1.1 HTML is written in pairs
for example <body>
1.2 These tags define the body of the web page.
Any HTML inside the two tags defines the
body of the site
2.1 Google Chrome,
Mozilla Firefox, Safari
2.2 A website written for
Explorer might need to be
changed to appear in Safari
3.1 Hyperlinks take you to different
pages on the www or take you to
different pages within a website.
3.2 You can link text and images.
4.1 URL stands for Uniform Resource Locator
4.2 when you type the URL in to your browser, the request
goes to a DOMAIN NAME SERVER which has a list of URLs
and the associated IP ADDRESS. Your request is then
passed on to the correct website using TCP/IP.
4.2.1 Uniform Resource Locator
5 Search Engines
5.1 arguably the most famous
5.2 You type some search criteria in the search
bar and press enter and Google returns the
results. You then click on the link and you are
taken to the site
5.3 But when you a search, you aren't
searching the internet. You are searching