Web Page Assignment One # 1: Create a web page that features ALL of links from the "Internet 125" you did several weeks ago. They can be stacked like the ones below, or you can space them on just a few lines.
Web Page Assignment # 2: Edit web page # 1 by changing the text links to GRAPHIC links (like the ones below.) You might find a logo or graphic on the website, or you might have to make one in Photoshop. Please do this for your ALL 1 25 SITES
Refer to the HTML text, pages 136-139. Create a basic web page according to the script on page 138 of the white, spiral HTML book. Format the page any way you like.
Create a table that will serve as a calendar for the month of December 2010. Check an actual calendar so you have your days right!
Part One: (4a) Use the first "tables" assignment you created as a template, or example (use that same file, rename it, and add a few rows & columns. [Yes, you will have to edit the text, but it will get you started more quickly.]
Next, lay out a table in HTML so that it looks like a calendar (7 days across, 4 or 5 weeks high). Format the text and background as you like. (The site, Lissa Explains All has a great section on this.)
Start using DreamWeaver!!
Part Two: (4b) Use DreamWeaver to create a table with 100 (one hundred) images or pictures that are linked. (Feel free to use the first 25 from your earlier work on linked images.)
Tables and Image Resizing = You will put your graphic or picture links into a table and resize them so they all take up the same space. A more detailed procedure appears below. Resize them by hand OR use FrontPage to do it.
Open the "graphics link" web page and save it as "web5.htm"...(you will be using it for this assignment.
Use Notepad to open your "calendar" web page...copy all the text from
to....all the information that created the table....and paste it to the top of "web5.htm". You will see a calendar (table) above your 25 graphic or picture links.
Cut all the picture links and paste them into the individual cells where the numbers for your calendar still are. The table will now be distorted, but that is OK.
Resize your images so that they all fit into the cells. I would recommend a table that is 5 rows wide by 5 columns high, but that is your choice. The coding to change the size of the images is something like:
Delete the cells you don't need from your table.
Save the finished product. (see an example below - cell background color is optional) The code for background color is achieved by:
You will create a website of not less than 4 pages (linked). You can pick your own theme OR it can feature sites from your list of 125 sites (1st quarter). Each page will be dedicated to a different theme. (It could be a page of links & graphics for news, personal items, gaming, weather, sports, etc.) You will save the publisher file, then publish it as a web page. Finally, you will upload the site to your Internet account.
November/December, 2010 suggestion ==> a web site dealing with holidays celebrated by different people at this time of the year (Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza and the Winter Solstice
Animated Graphic Web project: create a web page with 20 animated graphics that YOU have designed
(think of your name, basic objects, seasons, holidays, special events...anything tasteful)
Directions: Build a web page that answers 20 questions of your choosing
-browse news sites for interesting stories and items
-consider subjects that interest you; use Google to do a little research
-copy the link from the address line of your internet browser
-use notepad to create a web page that asks a question...use a key word from the question to use as a link to the answer
Example # 1 - What time is it?
Example # 2 - What's the deal with that 14-year old kid becoming a pro soccer player?
You will create a comprehensive website (using research & personal knowledge) with a theme of your own choosing. This will be a detailed assignment and the end result should be a website that is ready to submit for contest consideration. (There are several in the spring that we are eligible to enter.)
Web Page Assignment # 11 - Creating a Bryce gallery (you need to understand how to use Bryce5 first, of course). Then...
Create 5 images or worlds using the graphic program Bryce
Use Photoshop to open the *BMP files created by Bryce and SAVE A COPY as a *JPG file (so that you can use them in a web page).
Create a web page and use to insert your Bryce images
Web Page Assignment # 12 - Creating an account online
You are to create a web site account with an Internet hosting service, (preferably !Yahoo-Geocities) and "UPLOAD" your work from assignment # 2 (the linked images) to the site. That means you will sign up, transfer all 25 images AND your web page to the site. You will let me know that you are done by emailing me the address.