The purpose of this assignment is to create, upload, and validate a Web site containing two pages to include a table, links, images, and styles.
Movies and Hobbies Webpage Assignment Directions
NOTE: The following Web page should be created using Notepad. MAC users use TextEdit but set preferences as follows:
- Open TextEdit.
- Choose Preferences from the TextEdit application menu.
- Click the Plain Text radio button for New Document Format.
- Under Saving, click the checkbox to turn off “Append ‘.txt’ extension to plain text files.”
- Under Rich text processing, click the checkbox to turn on “Ignore rich text commands in HTML files.”
- Be sure the checkbox for “Wrap to Page” is deselected.
DO NOT use Word or any other Web authoring tool to complete this assignment. When you edit your file in Notepad or TextEdit, open a new instance of Notepad or TextEdit to do so. Do not make the changes from the View/Source window in your browser. That does not work.
- Create a Web page (separate from the one created in Part 1) that includes a table with at least two rows and two columns. Title your Web page – John Doe’s Hobbies Page but use your own name (this information goes in the title tag). Each cell in the table should contain one of your hobbies. Save your Web page as hobbies.html. Link your movies page to your hobbies page. Then link your hobbies page to your movies page. Add an image to your movies page and a different image to your hobbies page. Make sure to include the alt tag for each image. Also, include at least one external link on at least one of the two pages. Organize the content on each page in a way that is easy to read.
- Use an INLINE style to change the appearance as follows:
- background-color of one of the cells in the table
- color of one of the items in the bulleted list
- font-family of one of the items in the numbered list
- Use an EMBEDDED style to change the appearance as follows:
- font size of all the items in the bulleted list
- solid border around each cell in the table
- Save both Web pages (movies.html and hobbies.html) again.
- Validate both Web pages (movies.html and hobbies.html) using the World Wide Web Consortium validation site. Apply HTML5 validation.