Lesson 1 - Website building blocks

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We use web pages every day without questioning how they work. This lesson looks behind the curtain to help learners start to understand how web pages are constructed using HTML tags, and how they can be modified to start to resemble the websites they are accustomed to. 

Learners will begin by considering the power of automation for repetitive tasks, before delving into some practical web page formatting activities using HTML tags. Firstly, they will practise formatting sections of text to improve readability. Learners will then modify tags to change their appearance in a document, to make them different from the defaults provided. 

This lesson is the first in a six session teaching unit provided by the National Centre for Computing Education.

 

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