In the first lab we will practice using some basic applications, like TextWrangler (text editor), Fetch (file transfer program), and Safari/Firefox (web browsers). We will begin learning HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), a language for structuring the content of web pages. We will also become familiar with the process of uploading material to the CS server and viewing our web pages in a browser.
Read the CS110 To-Do List, a checklist of things you need to do in the first two weeks of CS110.
Today, if you have not already registered for the class, you will use a
guest account to access
cs.wellesley.edu, which is the name
of the CS server. In class, right now, we will all request accounts by
request form. This will help us set up an account that you will use
throughout the semester. Your instructor will tell you the magic word in
Here's what we're going to do today:
Save the file on your desktop under the name yournamelab1.html (for example, jeanhlab1.html).