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302F-Homework 2 - HTML Instructions

302F-Homework 2 - HTML Instructions - M IS 302F H T M L...

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abby.jpg (picture file) index.htmltml MIS 302F HTML Assignment Criteria Create Your Website 1. Go to the sample page at https://webspace.utexas.edu/~tuttlejc . Your goal for this assignment is to make a similar webpage about yourself. NOTE: This is a problem solving assignment so you before asking questions try to figure it out using online search as a resource or the Blackboard Discussion Board for questions. 2. View the HTML for this page by clicking on View Source (in Internet Explorer). The commands are different depending on the browser you use. In Firefox, click View Page Source. In Safari, click View View Source. What is HTML? It is a special kind of text document that is used by Web browsers to present text and graphics. The text includes markup tags such as <p> to indicate the start of a paragraph, and </p> to indicate the end of a paragraph. Think of HTML tags as specialized parentheses that tell your browser what to do with the information between the tags. Tags will have an open tag (<bold>) and a close tag (</bold>). For more help with HTML tags, visit http://www.w3schools.com/html/html_intro.asp . 3. Copy the HTML code from the sample page. Try using the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl+A (to highlight everything) and Ctrl+C (to copy). 4. Open a text editor to customize your website. I suggest WordPad or TextPad for Windows and TextWrangler for Macs. WordPad usually is installed with Windows XP/Vista/7. Textpad for Windows is available for free at http://www.textpad.com/download/index.html . TextWrangler for MacOS is available for free at http://www.barebones.com/products/textwrangler/download.html . NOTE: DO NOT use Microsoft Word or any other word processing software to complete this assignment. Word leaves behind LOTS of code that you don’t need. Trust me; I will be able to tell if you used Word. If you use Word for this assignment, you will automatically lose 10 points. 5. Paste the code from the sample website into your text editor. Try using the keyboard shortcut Ctrl+V for paste. 1
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6. Change the HTML to create a site about yourself and ensure you meet the following requirements (NOTE: All grading requirements for this are listed below): a. Your full name must be in the title of the webpage b. You must change the pictures by adding three new ones of yourself or things you like.
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