For this assignment, you will create a small web site. The topic of the site will be instructions to make or create something(either something you have done, or would like to do).
You must create the following pages for your site:
- A front page for your site where users will start, see a brief introduction, and be able to navigate to the other pages.
- Overview of the project: what you’ll be creating, what it involves, why you’d want to do it, etc. (Choose details as relevant to your topic, of course.)
- A photo gallery: a few pictures giving highlights of project. (These may be actual photos of a project you have completed, or speculative examples of the end product you imagine.)
- The instructions to complete the project.
Create .html files for each of the four pages in the site. As always, make sure the way you use the tags matches the meaning of the content. The pages should be linked together so a user can navigate between them in a reasonable way. You may want to start with the provided HTML skeleton.
We will be looking for you to demonstrate a reasonable grasp of HTML: that means a decent variety of tags used: maybe 6 or more unique tags in the [body]s of your site (in total across all pages). Hopefully the four different pages will lead you a decent variety of tags naturally.
Use the HTML Validator to make sure all of your markup is valid.
Any content that is not your own (images from other sources, text, etc.) must have a source cited (as always in any University work). The format of the citation doesn’t matter, as long as it it visible to someone viewing the site and gives a clear idea what content came from where. Not including citations will be considered academic dishonesty.