We will use Notepad on Windows 98 PCs, but any test editor capable of saving documents in plain-text format will work. Any web browser can be used; we will use Netscape Navigator. Be aware, however, that there are some browsers that would handle your code differently.
Handouts & class files
We will assume you have a working knowledge of HTML tags.
working examples. We hope you’ll learn enough that you are able to use the materials referenced at the
end of this handout on your own.
This course will NOT be dealing with programming fundamentals, or rigorous programming structures
please try at the online tutorials listed in the references section at the end of this document or take Cornell’s
course, CS 130 Creating Web Documents.
Feel free to explore the demo.html and take a look at the source code for the scripts we will be creating
today. Go to View > Page Source to view the code.