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Styling pages

Learning Intentions

  • Learn how to use several HTML tags to create a webpage

  • Learn how to style a page using basic inline CSS

Success Criteria

  • I will be able to modify an HTML webpage
  • I will be able to save and preview a webpage

Some HTML

  • Below is some HTML similar to what you have been looking at in the last few weeks:
<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
  <head>
    <title>Orange page</title>
  </head>
  <body style="background-color: orange;">
    <h1>Orange page</h1>
    <p>This is the a paragraph of text</p>
    <img src="oranges.jpg">
  </body>
</html>

Some HTML

  • Below is some HTML similar to what you have been looking at in the last few weeks:
  <body style="background-color: orange;">

What do you think the style="background-color: orange;" means?

Today's task

  • In today's task you're going to be styling certain parts of the page. 
  • To do this, you look to the opening tag and write style="".
  • In the quote marks, you put whatever you want to style about that inside there:




  • You can style multiple things at the one time using semicolons (;) in between them:
  <p style="color: green;">
  <p style="color: green; font-size: 25pt;">

Activity

Using the information in the worksheet, add the HTML and style the monkeys.html page.

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Styling pages
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19:39 | 23-05-2024
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