The pupose of this exercise is to become familiar with HTML code for manipulating whitespace and the shape of your output. The following exercise should be implemented in one HTML document. Please print both the HTML document and the resulting NetScape Web page. Please use HTML Editor for the assignment.
1.1 Use the <BODY> tag with the appropriate BGCOLOR and TEXT attributes to set your Web page background color to pale green and text color to dark blue.
1.2 Using the text:
This is line one. This is line two. This is line three.
Separate the lines with 1, 2, 3, and 4 <BR>s, and then with 1, 2, 3,and 4 <P>s. Measure as accurately as you can the resulting space between the lines (on the screen) for all 8 cases.
1.3 Using the bold paragraph at the top of this page, use the <BLOCKQUOTE> tag and the <UL> tag to indent the paragraph ~1/2 inch (with one tag) and ~1 inch (with two tags). In a fifth copy of the paragraph, simulate tabbing in the first line with the tag <SPACER TYPE="horizontal" SIZE=36>. Measure the indentation produced in each of the five cases.
1.4 Use the <ADDRESS> tag to enter your address and e-mail address as indicated in Lecture 4.
2.1 Use the <BODY> tag with the appropriate BACKGROUND attribute to select an interesting texture for tiling your Web page background. Remember to keep the background colors pale pastels and make the background unobtrusive.
2.2 Use a single line of text to illustrate each of the Physical Styles and the Logical Styles listed in Lecture 5. Indicate which physical styles are identical with which logical styles. Output should be in the format:
This is BOLD style using the <B> tag. It is the same as the <STRONG> style.
This is ITALICS style using the <I> tag. It is the same as the <EM> style.
. . . . .
2.3 Create three ordered lists, one denoted by [a,b,c,d], one by [i,ii,iii,iv], and one by [7,8,9,10]. Then create a definition list with three terms.
2.4 Write equations illustrating superscript, subscript, copyright, and trademark. For example:
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