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Chapter 1
To provide all the 
caffeine that you 
need to power your 
life.
  Just drink it.
Starbuzz Coffee’s 
Mission
<html>
<head>
<title>Starbuzz Coffee’s Mission</title>
</head> 
<body>
<h1>Starbuzz Coffee’s Mission</h1>
<p>To provide all the caffeine that you need to 
power your life.</p>
<p>Just drink it.</p>
</body>
</html>
Here’s the HTML.
Here’s the HTML 
displayed in a browser.
Exercise 
Solutions
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getting to know html 
you are here 
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<html>
<head>
<title>Starbuzz Coffee’s Mission</title>
<style type=”text/css”>
body {
background-color: #d2b48c;
margin-left: 20%;
margin-right: 20%;
border: 1px dotted gray;
padding: 10px 10px 10px 10px;
font-family: sans-serif;
</style>
</head> 
<body>
<h1>Starbuzz Coffee’s Mission</h1>
<p>To provide all the caffeine that you need to power your life.</p>
<p>Just drink it.</p>
</body>
</html>
Exercise 
Solutions
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Chapter 1
background-color: #d2b48c;
margin-left: 20%;
margin-right: 20%;
border: 1px dotted gray;
padding: 10px 10px 10px 10px;
font-family: sans-serif;
Even though you’ve just glanced at CSS, you’ve already seen the beginnings 
of what it can do. Match each line in the style definition to what it does.
Defines the font to use for text. 
Defines a border around the body that 
is dotted and the color gray.
Sets the left and right margins to take 
up 20% of the page each.
Sets the background color to a tan 
color.
Creates some padding around the 
body of the page.
Exercise 
Solutions
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this is a new chapter
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Did someone say “hypertext?”
What’s that? Oh, only the 
entire
basis
of 
the Web. In Chapter 1 we kicked the tires of HTML and found it to be a nice 
markup 
language
(the ‘ML’ in HTML) for describing the structure of Web pages. Now we’re 
going to check out the ‘HT’ in HTML, 
hypertext
, which will let us break free of a single 
page and link to other pages. Along the way we’re going to meet a powerful new 
element, the <a> element, and learn how being “relative” is a groovy thing. So, fasten 
your seat belts – you’re about to learn some hypertext.
Meeting the ‘HT’ in HTML
2
going further, with hypertext
Right, that’s me, they 
call me Hyper Ted.
You’re not 
listening. I came here 
to meet HyperTEXT!
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Chapter 2
Remember the Head First Lounge? Great site, but wouldn’t it be nice if 
customers could view a list of the refreshing elixirs?  Even better, we should 
give customers some real driving directions so they can find the place. 
Head First Lounge, 
New and Improved
The “detailed directions” 
link leads to an HTML page 
with driving directions.
Here’s the new 
and improved 
page.
We’ve added 
links to two 
new pages, one 
for elixirs and 
one for driving 
directions.
The “elixirs” link points to a page 
with a full list of elixir selections.
directions.html
improving 
the head first lounge
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going further with hypertext
you are here 
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A page listing some 
refreshing and healthy 
drinks.  Feel free to grab 
one before going on.
Creating the new and improved 
lounge in three steps...
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The first step is easy because we’ve already 
created the “directions.html” and  
“elixir.html” files for you. 
You’ll find them in the 
source files for the book, 
which are available at 
http://www.headfirstlabs.com.
Ready 
Bake 
elixir.html
2
Next you’re going to edit the “lounge.html” 
file and add in the HTML needed to link to 
“directions.html” and “elixir.html”.
Let’s rework the original Head First Lounge 
page so it links to the two new pages.
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Last, you’ll give the pages a test drive and 
try out your new links. When you get back 
we’ll sit down and look at how it all works.
Flip the page and let’s get started...
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Chapter 2
chapter2
Go ahead and grab the source files from http://www.headfirstlabs.com. Once 
you’ve downloaded them, look under the folder “chapter2/lounge” and you’ll find 
“lounge.html”, “elixir.html”, and “directions.html” (and a bunch of image files).
Grab the source files
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The Head First Lounge is already growing; do you think that keeping all the site’s files in 
a single directory is a good way to organize the site?  What would you do differently?
brain
pow
er
A
Creating the new lounge
directions.html
lounge
blue.jpg
drinks.gif
red.jpg
green.jpg
lightblue.jpg
<html>
...</html>
lounge.html
<html>
...</html>
<html>
...</html>
elixir.html
You’ll find the lounge directory 
here in your source files.
All the lounge files 
are in this folder.
Here’s the current lounge 
file, without links.
Two new files, already 
written for you. Go 
ahead and take a  
peek - you already know 
everything you need to 
understand them.
And here’s all the 
images needed 
for our new and 
improved lounge.
looking 
at the source files
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you are here 
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When you’re finished with the changes, save the file “lounge.html” and open it in 
your browser.  Here are a few things to try...
Save lounge.html and give it a test drive.
Open “lounge.html” in your editor. Add the new text and HTML that is highlighted below. 
Go ahead and type this in; we’ll come back and see how it all works on the next page.
<html>
<head>
<title>Head First Lounge</title>
</head>
<body>
<h1>Welcome to the New and Improved Head First Lounge</h1>
<img src=”drinks.gif”>
<p>
Join us any evening for 
refreshing 
<a href=”elixir.html”>
elixirs</a>
conversation and maybe a game or two of 
<em>Dance Dance Revolution</em>.
Wireless access is always provided;  
BYOWS (Bring your own web server).
</p>
<h2>Directions</h2>
<p>
You’ll find us right in the center of downtown Webville.   
If you need help finding us, check out 
our <a 
href=”directions.html”>
detailed directions</a>
Come join us!
</p>
</body>
</html>
Let’s add “New and Improved” to the heading.
Here’s where we add the HTML for the link to the elixirs.
And here’s where we add the link to the directions, again using an <a> element.
We need to add some text 
here to point customers to 
the new directions.
To create links we use the 
<a> element; we’ll take a 
look at how this element 
works in just a sec...
Edit lounge.html
2
3
Click on the elixir link and the new elixir page will display.
Click on the browser’s back button and “lounge.html” 
should be displayed again.
Click on the directions link and the new directions page 
will display.
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2
1
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Chapter 2
<a>elixirs</a> 
The content of the <a> element acts as a label for the 
link. In the browser the label appears with an underline 
to indicate you can click on it.
What did we do?
Okay, I’ve loaded the 
new lounge page, clicked 
the links, and everything 
worked. But, I want to 
make sure I understand 
how the HTML works.
Behind 
the Scenes
Let’s step through creating the HTML links.  First we need to put 
the text we want for the link in an <a> element, like this:
1
<a>driving directions</a> 
2
<a href=”elixir.html”>elixirs</a> 
<a href=”directions.html”>driving directions</a> 
Now that we have a label for each link, we need to add some 
HTML to tell the browser where the link points to:
The <a> element is used to 
create a link to another page.
The href attribute is 
how you specify the 
destination of the link.
For this link, the browser will 
display an “elixirs” label that, 
when clicked, will take the user 
to the “elixir.html” page.
And for this link, the browser will display a 
“driving directions” link that, when clicked, will 
take the user to the “directions.html” page.
how to create links
going further with hypertext
you are here 
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Use the <a> element to create a hypertext link to another web page.
The content of the <a> element becomes clickable in the web page.
The href attribute tells the browser the destination of the link.
<a href=”elixir.html”>elixirs</a>
First, as the browser renders the page, if it encounters an <a> 
element, it takes the content of the element and displays it 
as a clickable link.
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<a href=”directions.html”>detailed directions</a>
Both “elixirs” and “detailed 
directions” are between the 
opening and closing <a> tags,  
so they end up being clickable 
labels in the web page.
What does the browser do?
Behind 
the Scenes
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