This lesson helps learners understand extends what learners might already know about the web to explore why web pages appear differently in different web browsers, on mobile devices, and so on. It is the second of two lessons in a unit exploring how content on the web is constructed, and about how it appears.
This lesson helps learners understand what the web is, and about how web pages are constructed. It is the first of two lessons in a unit exploring how content on the web is constructed, and about how it appears.
We all use computers all the time. Somehow, we’re able to type things on a keyboard and have them show up on a screen, or use them to surg the web. But how does that work? Let’s find out!
TCP-IP is the communication protocol for the internet. It is the enabling structure for vast digital communications; among its many uses, it allows web pages to be remotely loaded, e-mails to be sent (and received), and files to be transferred. However, these mechanisms are not widely understood.