Webpage_Assignment_Instructions

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The Webpage Assignment: This semester, the best way to learn about WebPages and publishing is to modify an existing page. My goal for you is to see how easy it is to work with HTML code, and how easy it is to manage remote files if you pay careful attention to file names (Note, if you link a file called Picture.jpg , but upload a file called picture1.jpg – the program will not know that you mean the same thing. Names need to be exact! Code does not think). The Assignment: The first thing you need to do is check to see if you have a Kennesaw Student Website. Open a web browser and type in the following url: http://students.kennesaw.edu/~xxxxxx with xxxxxx being your student net id. You should see a page that says a webpage has not been set up. If you get a page that says “Not Found”, you will need to contact the support desk at (770) 423-6999 or send an email to [email protected] asking them to set up your student website. If you do not do this, you will not be able to publish your website. This may take a day or two, so do it right away. I am asking you to download an existing page, make some specific changes, and re- publish the page as your own. Please do the following: (1) Go to http://students.kennesaw.edu/~eleeds or to http://ksuweb.kennesaw.edu/~jcrisp2/bism2100/ as a starting point. (2) When the page is open, GO to File Save As – and save the file as index.htm on your local machine. You will have to change the name to index.htm
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