Program Nuts and bolts Prologue to Microsoft Web Pioneer.

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Program BASICS Introduction to Microsoft Internet Explorer Assg 1

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Objectives Learn about Web program programming and Web pages Save and arrange Web addresses Navigate the Web Downloading from the Web Uploading to the Web

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Internet What is the Internet? Are the Internet and the World Wide Web: The same thing? Then again diverse? On the off chance that distinctive, how?

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Web Browsers Client/Server Structure of the World Wide Web

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Web Browsers A Web program is a product application that keeps running on the PC to make it fill in as a Web customer Computers that contain documents that are accessible through Internet associations are called Web servers Web pages are involved HTML (HyperText Markup Language) guidelines, content, pictures, sound, and so on

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Title Bar Control Buttons Address Window Tool Bar Menu Bar Refresh Search Back/Forward Stop Web Page Area 6 Status Bar

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Navigating the web Use the Refresh catch on Internet Explorer to stack the Web page that shows up in the program window once more. Be careful Caching! Utilize the Stop catch to prematurely end an exchange when you incidentally click a hyperlink that you would prefer not to take after. The program stores the area of every page you visit amid a solitary session in a history list . Utilize the Back catch and the Forward catch to travel through the history list.

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Starting Microsoft Internet Explorer Internet Explorer incorporates a Standard Buttons toolbar Standard Buttons Toolbar Quickly add to top choices Go to landing page Send page, take a gander at source code Displays top picks and history Print

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Hyperlink Navigation Using the Mouse Click a hyperlink: Text that is an alternate shading and underlined Images or Hotspots At new Web page, right-tap on the Web page\'s experience. Click Back on the alternate route menu.

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Uniform Resource Locator - URL Each page has an extraordinary location called a URL\'s can be involved: Protocol:/Host/Path/ Example: http:/

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Host Identification Host can be recognized by an IP location or Domain name IP address: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX (ex. ) Domain name: … .subsubdomain.subdomain.tld (ex. WWW.FCCJ.EDU )

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Uniform Resource Locator - URL Path is the catalog/subdirectories where the site page is situated on the host Web page put away in a record with an expansion (otherwise known as postfix) of HTML or HTM File names comprise of prefix.suffix (addition likewise called augmentation) MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions)

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Entering a URL in the Address Bar Type the URL of the area that you need to go to in the Address bar Don\'t need to enter the convention any longer – why? Attempt: Try:

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Entering a URL in the Address Bar Why doesn\'t WWW.FCCJ.EDU need a WWW, way, and document name? On the off chance that no record name is indicated the framework searches for a document called index.htm (or html) Try: If no index.htm document, on my host , a rundown of records is shown Try:

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God favor the program Browser utilizes the URL location to make a HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol) ask for and sends the correspondence over the system Network data { TCP/IP information [ HTTP information ( URL address ) HTTP information ] TCP/IP information } Network data

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Click Favorites Then Add to Favorites

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Click Add or Select an organizer and after that Add

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Changing the Default Home Page Click devices on the menu bar and afterward click Internet Options Click the General tab You can determine the default page as: the ebb and flow page a clear page another page (by writing the URL of a Web page in the Address content box)

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Initially shows the ebb and flow landing page To change: sort in new address, click OK

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Printing a Web Page To print the momentum Web page: Click the Print catch on the Buttons toolbar to print with the default print settings. Alternately Click File on the menu bar and after that snap Print. Select the printer you need to utilize and demonstrate the pages you need to print and the quantity of duplicates. Click the OK catch.

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Controlling the Printing a Web Page Setup Dialog Box: Click File, Page Setup

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Printing a Web Page Setup Dialog Box Options

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Header and Footer Options

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Using IE to Save a Web Page Open the Web page in Internet Explorer Click File on the menu bar Click Save as Specify the drive and way to spare to Accept or change the default filename, yet hold the augmentation .htm or .html Click the Save catch

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Using Internet Explorer to Save a Web Page Image Right tap the picture Select Save Picture as Specify record name, sort, and area

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Using Internet Explorer to Save a Web Page Text Select the content by right clicking and dragging the crate around the content Follow any of the cut and glue techniques

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Downloading and Uploading from WWW Another strategy to move data over the Internet Most programs give essential download capacity Go to a site catalog posting

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My server shows a file of all documents YOUR SERVER (understudy server) WILL NOT DISPLAY AN INDEX Double tap the document name Specify Save At Save As window indicate: File name File Type Location on PC

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Downloading from WWW All the class information (slides, syllabus, and so on) are accessible for downloading at exercise: Download the class syllabus with the perusing and assgs

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Verifying Your Email Account and Web Space at FCCJ

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Go to online understudy administrations

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If first time supply SSN and month/day of birthday (01/88) They will appoint a client id (initial four letters of last name took after by first and center initials) John Quincy Adams= ADAMJQ (Or JQADAM – changes frequently)

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To Access your email from the FCCJ Home page… …

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Or go straightforwardly to:

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Will take you to the Main Menu Click on check your new email or My FCCJ Email joins

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It will look something like this. This checks you know your client id and watchword You now need to confirm that your site is dynamic

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Web Space at FCCJ More help on FTP The general organization for the area of your web space is: xxxxx Where xxxxx is your client id

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Verifying Your Website To confirm that your Unix account (i.e. your site) is dynamic: Start the program (I.e. Web Explorer) Enter the URL for your webpage: xxxxx/ (where xxxxx is your client id)

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When you don\'t determine a record name in the URL (as over) your server looks for a document called index.htm . This default landing page (index.htm) was made by FCCJ and set on your site. In the event that the default page does not show up… .

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… and you get this "page can not be discovered" page. One of the accompanying is the cause: You wrote the URL inaccurately. Ensure you utilized the right case, forward cuts not oblique punctuation lines, periods are in the right places, and so on 2. Your record might be idle. Email the FCCJ helpdesk ( ) or call them (632-3151) & request that they initiate your Unix account. They will approach you for your client id and watchword. It will take around 30 minutes for the record to be reset.

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File Transfer Protocol - FTP A technique to move documents starting with one web area then onto the next Need a FTP customer application and access to a FTP server PC FTP customer application gives a GUI to: "Logon on" to the server website Find records on server and customer Transfer records Example: WS_FTP

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Downloading FTP Client S/W Let\'s download a FTP customer program called WS_FTP LE First we need to discover it: OR

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Specify where to spare (i.e. your thumb drive)

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To introduce, double tap the record

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Change area to your thumb drive Other windows will appear requesting areas, simply continue clicking OK

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Voila! She is finished!

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These are the documents in the registry you spared it To run, you can double tap the symbol…

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… yet in the event that you spared it to C:/Program Files it will show up in the Programs menu

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Once you know you have your Internet space, begin FTP Identify the site (host, client id, pw) and give it a profile name Your userid and secret word You store this information in a profile name (e.g. mywebpage) so you don\'t need to re-enter it inevitably.

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Find and select (snap on) the records you need to transfer in the left sheet and double tap the objective index ( public_html ) on the server (in the right hand sheet) to "go into" that catalog/organizer I need to load to a registry within public_html called CGS2555 however CGS2555 doesn\'t exist

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WS_FTP permits you to make registries/envelopes Click MkDir (Make Directory) Specify the name of the new index Click the OK catch

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Drill down into the CGS2555 index by double tapping Select the documents to be exchanged (in the left sheet)

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Upload the records by tapping the - > catch Click the Yes catch

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The records are exchanged and now accessible at: You MUST load your records into public_html on the grounds that public_html is the main envelope on your site that is accessible on the Web

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FTP GOTCHA : in the event that you don\'t utilize it for a moment, FTP "times out" When you attempt to exchange you will

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