Learning about HTML, I practiced with Adobe Dreamweaver CS8.
In page layouts I choose “HTML”, minus a template so that I will be creating everything myself.
It opens in the “Design” view which is used not dissimilarly to Photoshop, where the user will have an interface and manipulate graphics on screen. However, this would not help with HTML and we go into the Code view, which is the opposite in that the user would have to write everything for the web page manually.
Opening the page, instantly there is prewritten code on the page that needs to remain there as it the start up.
Immediately I create a Div Tag.
The Div tag will allow for CSS; the ID cannot have spaces.
All all the specifications were already correct so I click “Ok” to continue.
The Div tag I can then use for my main content.
To change the CSS I will be able to click away from the “Source Code” into the new “style.css*” and add things like colour and sections.
The main point to remember when writing code is to always close the tag.
When saving I had to remember to use an appropriate term.