Assignment 1:HTML and CSS MarkupWeb Technology Lab Group 72: Anna Claire favié and Tsungai ChipatoQuestions :HTML part1.Make sure you have read Paul Ford’s article “On HTML5 and the Group That Rules the Web” (see Reader on Canvas). What is, according to this article, the key difference between the HTML5 Recommendation published by W3C and the one published by the WHATWG?Answer:According to this article the key difference between the HTML5 recommendation published by W3C and the one published by WHATWG is that WHATWG (as well as W3C ) set out to define a new version of HTML called HTML5.
W3C accepted the HTML5, but W3C has been recommending certain things: taking WHATWG’s documents and changing them in ways that the WHATWG people don’t always like.2.Explain the difference between “the Internet” and “the World-Wide Web”. Provide links to the online resources you used (if any) to answer this question.Answer:The internet is a massive network of networks, it connects computers together on a global scale. The Web or World Wide Web is a way of accessing information of the internet.13.What are the three essential technologies that Tim Berners-Lee created to build the World-Wide Web on top of the already existing Internet infrastructure?Answer:Tim Berners-Lee is the principal creator of the Web, aswell as the director of the W3C, the 3 essential technologies he created were HTTP, HTML and URI.
4.Create a document with the text “Hello World!” in a word processor such as Microsoft Word or LibreOffice Writer. Save the file as a Web page or HTML document and inspect the HTML source using a plain text editor or a browser. Describe the key differences of the exported HTML against a regular HTML document created with a plain text editor. Hint: you could use the HTML tag with the proper escaping to show some example HTML source code generated by the word processor.Answer: