Here are the steps to follow this morning: 1) Maximize and watch VIDEO 1 (carefully) 2) Maximize and watch VIDEO 2 (carefully) 3) Click on the button to take a quiz on the 2 videos you watched and "submit" it when you are done! 4) Go to Typing Club and practice Keyboarding
There are many different kinds of hyperlinks on the World Wide Web. A hyperlink is a link to another resource (or page). It uses a special command that will jump you right to another page in your web browser. Words and pictures (and other things) can be hyperlinks. When text is used as a hyperlink, it is usually underlined and appears as a different color. There are different types of hyperlinks. A hyperlink can be a text hyperlink – Uses a word or phrase to take visitors to another page, file or document. It can also be an image hyperlink – Uses an image to take visitors to another page, file or document. Your bookmarks are also another form of hyperlinks!
Domains vs. URLs: Domains: Simply put, a domain name (or just a domain) is the name of a website. It’s what comes after the “www.” in a web address. If someone asks how to find you online, what you tell them is usually your domain name. Examples of domain names are:
URLs: A URL (“Universal Resource Locator”) is a complete web address used to find a particular web page. While the domain is the name of the website, a URL will lead to any one of the pages within the website. Every URL contains a domain name, as well as other components needed to locate the specific page or piece of content. Examples of URLs:
Part 1: Hyperlinks: You will know that something is a hyperlink when your mouse/pointer changes to a pointing finger. Remember, almost every time, hyperlinks appear as images or as underlined words/phrases. No matter how they appear, all hyperlinks are easy to use and will take you to wherever the link was built to navigate you to. Click on the hyperlinks below and complete the activity: