CIT-125 Week 2 Assignment: Creating a Webpage
Begin by creating a folder and place it in your documents folder.
Name it cs125_webdesign
Inside of this folder is where you are going to place all of your documents for this class. [all html files & images]
Now, Review the Tutorial found at HTML Basic http://www.w3schools.com/html/default.asp
Begin to work through the exercise by first viewing the information within the tutorial.
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Second, code your work exactly as shown below. Please note that the tutorial did not provide you with the basic 5 opening and closing tags as shown highlighted below. For best results, you want to begin to pattern your web pages according to the example shown below.
Using the text editor of your choice, type in the coding as shown. You may not understand what it is you are doing at this point, but it will soon become clear.
<title>My First Web Page</title>
<h1>My First Heading</h1>
<p>Your name_ First and Last. Has created his/her first web page.</p>
Save your work into the cs_125 folder on your desk top as: basic.html
You are now ready to view your work in your browser. For example in Firefox you will go to: File > Open File > find your folder, inside of your folder you will locate your basic.html document. View your work to see the results.
Another way to open your file is to find it in your folder on your desktop and double click on it.
To edit your file you will need to go into your text editor, locate the file and make any changes. Resave your file.
Refresh your browser window, to see the changes.
Upload your basic.html file to this assignment below.
Also attach a Word document with a short paragraph that defines what you saw when you opened your page in the browser.
|Grading Criteria Assignments||Maximum Points|
|Meets or exceeds established assignment criteria||40|
|Demonstrates an understanding of lesson concepts||20|
|Clearly presents well-reasoned ideas and concepts||30|
|Uses proper mechanics, punctuation, sentence structure, and spelling||10|
Course: CIT-125 Web Development
School: Community College of Alleghany County
- : 12/02/2018
- : 5