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Evaluation (out of 10)
- ___/5 = HTML: Handed in with correct file name
- ___/5 = HTML: Well formed and matching tags
- Use Notepad so that in the future you are thankful for real code editors like Sublime
- See how information is contained inside descriptive HTML tags
- Get an introduction to the general structure of an HTML document
- Get used to the flow and rhythm of typing code
- Get used to the horrible, horrible pickiness of filenames and code tags
A great beginning
Type the example code into your document.
Use Notepad as your editor.
You can find it by going to
Start Menu →
All Programs →
Change the code to suit your personality, but follow the same format as the example as closely as you can. Please don't cut and paste: part of coding is learning the rhythm of typing in the language.
The above code will create the following:
Saving your work
In this course, work is passed in electronically to your teacher. This means that if it does not get saved electronically and passed in, it does not get marked.
As soon as you start working, save your work temporarily to the
Save the empty document as
Programmers usually save their documents with the correct filename before they even begin.
Note the exact characters used in your filename. In computer programming you need to be exact about your code and filenames or things won't work the way you would like. If you do not get the filename correct, you will lose half the points for the assignment. Seriously! Be precise!
Once you are finished, drag and drop your document into your Google Drive.
Then join the Computer Programming class in Google classroom.
HelloWorld-LastName.html to the assignment called HelloWorld!
Our Google Classroom code is:
Extend and expand
I am curious what else you can do. Do you know any HTML? Put some additional code in there!