Exercises, examples and other material relating to training module Q625. This topic is presented on public courses Deploying LAMP - Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP
, Linux Web Server
, Technology Background for PHP
, Using Perl on the Web
, Java Programming for the Web
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|2913||Six languages in one file - an HTML++ web page|
Web pages that really do something - rather than just feeding out identical information to all visitors - may have a lot of elements to them. Although you may be told "that's written in PHP", "that's Java" or "we use Ruby [on rails]", there are actually many more elements.
Your PHP (or Java / Ruby ...
|2246||What difference does using the XHTML standard really make?|
I enclose my HTML attributes in quotes - or at least when I remember, I do!
I always provide a matching close tag to go with each opening tag - except when I forget to do so, or am in a hurry
I make sure I provide an alt attribute with each image - although sometimes I really don't know what I would ...
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Topics covered in this module
Element types within a form.
The script used.
Objects and images within a web page.
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