Preliminaries 2 - Basic HTML

An HTML page consist of text and tags that tell web browsers what do with the text. A page is divided into two main blocks: a HEAD and a BODY. These are demarcated by the <head></head> and <body></body> tags, respectively.

The HEAD usually contains general information about the page and links to other sources of information the page needs to render properly (for example, a style sheet that is shared by all pages on a website or a file containing scripts (programs) that the page uses).

The BODY contains the marked-up text of the page. It can also contain scripts that implement the functionality of the page (for example, code that checks the input in a form for validity).

When code appears in a webpage it is marked off with the tags <script></script>. When formatting (style) information appears in a webpage it is marked off with the tags <style></style>.

DO IT: In your sandbox page, create version 0.1 by copying the code used for version 0.0 and adding HEAD and BODY tags. And then, in the HEAD put empty <style></style> tags and in the body add empty <script></script> tags.

<head>
</head>
<body>
<h3>Version 0.1</h3>
<script>
</script>
</body>

The result should look like this:

My Leaflet GIS Work


My Leaflet GIS Work