Introduction Welcome to Tizag.com's HTML Tutorial! Here you will learn the basics of HyperText Markup Language (HTML), so that you may design your own web pages like the one you are viewing right now! HTML is not a programming language, but rather a markup language. If you already know XML, HTML will be a snap for you to learn. We urge you not to attempt to blow through this tutorial in one sitting. If you are new to HTML and haven't read through our Beginner's Tutorial, please take a few minutes to complete that tutorial before moving on. Creating an HTML document is easy. HTML hasn't been around for many years. Here are some important facts about why web pages are so useful! They are a low-cost and easy way to spread information to a large audience. Throughout this tutorial, we will be using several terms that are unique to HTML. Tag - Used to tag or "mark-up" pieces of text. Report a Bug or Comment on This Lesson - Your input is what keeps Tizag improving with time!
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Toronto Google Maps Mashups Compendium What do you get when you take a great city, the Google Maps API, and creative individuals with coding skills? You get 29 fantastic Toronto "Google Maps Mashups". Whether you're looking to grab a six-pack of beer, trying to figure out where to get off the subway to meet your blind date, planning your next scenic jog, trying to evade red light cameras in your car, or looking to satisfy your chocolate craving, there's an interactive Toronto map for you! I've scoured the web to come up with a variety of food & drink, transit, housing, arts & entertainment, education, sports & leisure, and photography oriented Google Maps mashups for Toronto. This might be a post you'll want to bookmark! Restaurant Listings Beer, Liquor, and Wine Store Locator Coffee Shop Locator (Tim Hortons, Starbucks)Dim Sum Finder Chocolatier FinderPub Finder TTC Subway and Go Train TTC Subway, Bus, Streetcar, and GoTransit Fastest Route Finder (buses coming soon) Taxi Fare Estimator Live Traffic Cameras 1 | 2
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Current time around the World and standard time zones map of the MSN Encarta : Online Encyclopedia, Dictionary, Atlas, and Homewo Earth and Moon Viewer Welcome to Earth and Moon Viewer. Viewing the Earth You can view either a map of the Earth showing the day and night regions at this moment, or view the Earth from the Sun, the Moon, the night side of the Earth, above any location on the planet specified by latitude, longitude and altitude, from a satellite in Earth orbit, or above various cities around the globe. Images can be generated based on a full-colour image of the Earth by day and night, a topographical map of the Earth, up-to-date weather satellite imagery, or a composite image of cloud cover superimposed on a map of the Earth, a colour composite which shows clouds, land and sea temperatures, and ice, or the global distribution of water vapour. Viewing the Moon In addition to the Earth, you can also view the Moon from the Earth, Sun, night side, above named formations on the lunar surface. or as a map showing day and night. Browser Requirements Credits Related Software on this Site On the Web: Moon at Perigee and Apogee. For Windows:
The Night Sky this month 2012 © by Dr Jamie Love This month we have a meteor shower but before we get to that, let's do some star gazing! April is often associated with birth so I thought that the "birth of stars" would be an appropriate theme for the April Night Sky this Month. The April night sky displays a variety of young star in various stages of infancy. The Great Nebula of Orion is our nearest star nursery. This famous star cluster is often called "The Seven Sisters" because on a clear night a person with average vision can make out seven stars in the Pleiades. Starting next month the Pleiades, then the Hyades and eventually the Great Nebula of Orion will become lost in the glow of the setting Sun. Oh, I almost forgot to mention this month's meteor shower! This month long ago . . . On the 2nd of April 1845 the first photo of the Sun was taken. Frank Drake began Project Ozma, the first search for extraterrestrial radio transmissions, on April 11th 1960. Wishing you "Clear skies!" Dr Jamie Love