Creating an Assignment Page
Due Date: You will do the graphic portion of this home, and the rest of it during class. You do not have to use any kind of CSS styles unless you wish to. The skills are based on Chapter 2 only.
Objective: Create a webpage that will link to all of your homework assignments. I will be using this page to access your assignments for grading. The minimum requirements for the page are listed below:
- Create a folder named "115" -- preferably inside the HTML5DataFiles folder.
- Create a banner that looks at least as intricate as the one below (background, text, & image). Be sure to include a photo of yourself on it. You may use any graphics program you desire. Examples are: Pixlr.com, Paintbrush, GIMP, Photoshop, etc.
When finished, save the file as a .jpg format inside your "115" folder.
- Start an HTML5 page and name it index.html.
- In addition to the banner, add all the information shown in the box below. Be sure to create a hyperlink for your email address.
(NOTE: Later, when you are ready to submit Chapter 2 and the other assignments, you will create a link to them.)
My College of Charleston email is: email@example.com
Homework and Class Assignments
- Chapter 2 Case Study
- Chapter 3 Case Study
- Chapter 4 Case Study
- Chapter 7 Artist Website
- more to come ...
Website Project Milestones
- Topic Approval
- Planning Analysis Sheet
- Site Map
- Final website
Terms of Agreement: When I submit my assignments, I will click each link to be sure that it works. If it does not work, 30 points will be deducted from the grade.
- Validate your index.htm webpage at http://validator.w3.org and make sure there are no errors.
- During the last minutes of part, I will show you how to upload to your students.cofc.edu account. If you don't complete during this time, be sure to complete on your own by midnight tonight.