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New Solution-Full Course WEBD-125 Assignment: Web Page Development I

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New Solution-Full Course WEBD-125 Assignment: Web Page Development I

WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Discussion – Introductions,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Assignment – Marking up Your Site and FTP’ing to Coton,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Discussion – Web Accessibility,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Assignment – Adding Semantic HTML and CSS to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Discussion – Chrome Developer Tools,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Assignment – Add Media Queries to Your Style Sheet,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Quiz,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Discussion – Legacy CSS Layout Methods,
WEBD-125 Assignment Midpoint Course Feedback Survey,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Assignment – Styling and Aligning Your Main Navigation with Flexbox,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Discussion – Different Kinds of Pseudo Classes,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Assignment – Add Google Fonts to your Site using <link>,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Discussion – Adding a figcaption,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Assignment – Add Images to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 7: Discussion – HTML5 Form Types,

 

Week 1: Assignment – Marking up Your Site and FTP’ing to Coton

    • Due Sep 5 by 11:59pm
    • Points 100
    • Submitting a text entry box, a website url, or a file upload

The first step in building your site is to build the structural HTML, the foundation of your site. For now you’re just marking up the site; you will add styles and other features later in the course. Be sure to refer to the lectures this week for resources to use when completing this assignment.

Note: Each week you will build upon your site. You will need to incorporate feedback that you receive this week from your instructor in the new file that you create for next week’s assignment. Each week’s assignment will include this in the instructions.

Instructions:

  1. Find a location on your computer where you want to store your local files. It could be the Desktop, Documents, anywhere on your computer you’d like.
  2. Create a folder called ‘WEBD125’. This will be your local root directory for your files.
  3. Inside your local ‘WEBD125’ folder, create the following directories (folders): ‘html’, ‘css’, and ‘images’.
  4. Open your HTML editor (your IDE, such as Sublime Text) and create a file called ‘index.html‘ in your ‘html’ folder in your local root.
  5. In your index.html file, mark up the website with all required elements including:
    1. An HTML doctype.
    2. An HTML root element, followed by a head element, with a meta tag declaring a charset of ‘utf-8’, and a title tag nested inside the head element.
    3. Copy the snippet below (everything up to and including the closing body tag), and paste it into your HTML file as your body element.
      <body>
      <h1>Your Name</h1>
      <ul>
          <li>
              <a href="">Link 1</a>
          </li>
          <li>
              <a href="">Link 2</a>
          </li>
          <li>
              <a href="">Link 3</a>
          </li>
          <li>
              <a href="">Link 4</a>
          </li>
      </ul>
      <h1>First Header</h1>
      <p>Maecenas quis odio sit amet ipsum maximus egestas. Maecenas gravida magna vehicula quam pulvinar varius. Vestibulum venenatis quam enim, a eleifend tortor blandit non. </p>
      <h2>Second Header</h2>
      <p>Maecenas quis odio sit amet ipsum maximus egestas. Maecenas gravida magna vehicula quam pulvinar varius. Vestibulum venenatis quam enim, a eleifend tortor blandit non. </p>
      <p>Footer goes here. </p>
      </body>
    4. In the first <h1> after the opening <body> tag, enter your name to replace “Your Name”.
    5. Add to your title tag: ‘Firstname Lastname’ – using your own name.
    6. Be sure the code is neatly indented and well-formed.
    7. Enter at least two comments in your HTML code.
  6. Save all your files and FTP everything to your Coton root folder:
    1. Open your FTP and log in to your remote server.
    2. Drag the ‘html’, ‘css’, and ‘images’ folders from your local root to your remote root:
    3. week1-FTP-transfer-assignment.gif

Submit the URL to your web page hosted on your Coton server.
It should look like the following example:
https://coton.champlain.edu/WEBD12545/user.name/html/index.html

New Solution-Full Course WEBD-125 Assignment: Web Page Development I

WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Discussion – Introductions,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Assignment – Marking up Your Site and FTP’ing to Coton,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Discussion – Web Accessibility,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Assignment – Adding Semantic HTML and CSS to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Discussion – Chrome Developer Tools,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Assignment – Add Media Queries to Your Style Sheet,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Quiz,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Discussion – Legacy CSS Layout Methods,
WEBD-125 Assignment Midpoint Course Feedback Survey,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Assignment – Styling and Aligning Your Main Navigation with Flexbox,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Discussion – Different Kinds of Pseudo Classes,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Assignment – Add Google Fonts to your Site using <link>,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Discussion – Adding a figcaption,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Assignment – Add Images to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 7: Discussion – HTML5 Form Types,

Week 2: Assignment – Adding Semantic HTML and CSS to Your Site

Rubric

Assignment 2 Rubric
Assignment 2 Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPts

Create styles.css in ’css’ directory

25 pts

Markup index.html with semantic elements as instructed, including header, nav, main, article and footer elements

30 pts

Add ID and classes to the index.html file, and add required styles to those elements in your styles.css file

25 pts

FTP all files/directories to Coton

10 pts

Working link is submitted

10 pts

New Solution-Full Course WEBD-125 Assignment: Web Page Development I

WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Discussion – Introductions,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Assignment – Marking up Your Site and FTP’ing to Coton,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Discussion – Web Accessibility,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Assignment – Adding Semantic HTML and CSS to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Discussion – Chrome Developer Tools,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Assignment – Add Media Queries to Your Style Sheet,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Quiz,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Discussion – Legacy CSS Layout Methods,
WEBD-125 Assignment Midpoint Course Feedback Survey,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Assignment – Styling and Aligning Your Main Navigation with Flexbox,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Discussion – Different Kinds of Pseudo Classes,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Assignment – Add Google Fonts to your Site using <link>,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Discussion – Adding a figcaption,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Assignment – Add Images to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 7: Discussion – HTML5 Form Types,

Week 3: Assignment – Add Media Queries to Your Style Sheet

Rubric

Assignment 3 Rubric
Assignment 3 Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPts

Three different media queries are added to the stylesheet for three different viewport sizes.

40 pts

Two styling changes are made on the index.html page per breakpoint, and are apparent when resizing the browser window.

40 pts

Local directory structure and files are uploaded to Coton root.

10 pts

URL is correct and working.

10 pts
Total Points: 100

New Solution-Full Course WEBD-125 Assignment: Web Page Development I

WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Discussion – Introductions,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Assignment – Marking up Your Site and FTP’ing to Coton,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Discussion – Web Accessibility,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Assignment – Adding Semantic HTML and CSS to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Discussion – Chrome Developer Tools,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Assignment – Add Media Queries to Your Style Sheet,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Quiz,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Discussion – Legacy CSS Layout Methods,
WEBD-125 Assignment Midpoint Course Feedback Survey,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Assignment – Styling and Aligning Your Main Navigation with Flexbox,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Discussion – Different Kinds of Pseudo Classes,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Assignment – Add Google Fonts to your Site using <link>,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Discussion – Adding a figcaption,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Assignment – Add Images to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 7: Discussion – HTML5 Form Types,

Week 4: Assignment – Styling and Aligning Your Main Navigation with Flexbox

Rubric

Assignment 4 Rubric
Assignment 4 Rubric
CriteriaRatingsPts

Required styles are included in markup: bg color, font color, uppercase, inline, change bg color on hover.

25 pts

Three additional HTML pages are created – about.html, examples.html, and contact.html

25 pts

Navigation is aligned as required using flex styles, and links on all pages are working correctly

30 pts

Local directory structure and files uploaded to Coton root.

10 pts

URL is correct and working.

10 pts
Total Points: 100

New Solution-Full Course WEBD-125 Assignment: Web Page Development I

WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Discussion – Introductions,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Assignment – Marking up Your Site and FTP’ing to Coton,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Discussion – Web Accessibility,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Assignment – Adding Semantic HTML and CSS to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Discussion – Chrome Developer Tools,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Assignment – Add Media Queries to Your Style Sheet,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Quiz,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Discussion – Legacy CSS Layout Methods,
WEBD-125 Assignment Midpoint Course Feedback Survey,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Assignment – Styling and Aligning Your Main Navigation with Flexbox,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Discussion – Different Kinds of Pseudo Classes,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Assignment – Add Google Fonts to your Site using <link>,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Discussion – Adding a figcaption,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Assignment – Add Images to Your Site,
WEBD-125 Assignment Week 7: Discussion – HTML5 Form Types,

Week 5: Assignment – Add Google Fonts to your Site using <link>

    • Due Oct 3 by 11:59pm
    • Points 100
    • Submitting a text entry box, a website url, or a file upload

In this week’s assignment you will add Google Fonts to your site.

  1. Go to Google Fonts (Links to an external site.) and choose two fonts — one for your header and one for your copy. Select two different font styles (Regular, Italic,  Bold etc) for each font family you select.
  2. Apply the Google Fonts to your site and change the font styles for the headers and paragraph copy — one font family for the headers, and the other for the paragraphs.
  3. FTP your folders to Coton.
  4. Submit the URL to your HTML file. It should look like the following example:

https://coton.champlain.edu/WEBD12545/user.name/html/index.html

Week 6: Assignment – Add Images to Your Site

    • Due Oct 10 by 11:59pm
    • Points 100
    • Submitting a text entry box, a website url, or a file upload

In this assignment you will add images to your site.

Before you begin this assignment, read about the <picture> element: The Picture element (Links to an external site.).

  1. Choose three different original images. These can be images you save off your phone, etc. but they must be yours.  Save them each as ‘image1.jpg’, ‘image2.jpg’ and ‘image3.jpg’ in the ‘images’ folder of your local root.
  2. Using the <picture> element with two <source> tags and one <img> tag, add an image just under the opening <main> tag in your index.html file that changes on three different breakpoints. Be sure the images are responsive.Note that the HTML should behave something like this:Animation showing that when dragging the window size the images scale to the size of the window.
  3. FTP your files and folders to Coton.
  4. Submit the URL to your HTML file. It should look like the following example:
    https://coton.champlain.edu/WEBD12545/user.name/html/index.html,
  5. New Solution-Full Course WEBD-125 Assignment: Web Page Development I

    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Discussion – Introductions,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 1: Assignment – Marking up Your Site and FTP’ing to Coton,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Discussion – Web Accessibility,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 2: Assignment – Adding Semantic HTML and CSS to Your Site,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Discussion – Chrome Developer Tools,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Assignment – Add Media Queries to Your Style Sheet,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 3: Quiz,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Discussion – Legacy CSS Layout Methods,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Midpoint Course Feedback Survey,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 4: Assignment – Styling and Aligning Your Main Navigation with Flexbox,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Discussion – Different Kinds of Pseudo Classes,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 5: Assignment – Add Google Fonts to your Site using <link>,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Discussion – Adding a figcaption,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 6: Assignment – Add Images to Your Site,
    WEBD-125 Assignment Week 7: Discussion – HTML5 Form Types,

Week 7: Assignment – Create a Form

    • Due Oct 15 by 11:59pm
    • Points 100
    • Submitting a text entry box, a website url, or a file upload

In this final assignment, you will apply what you’ve learned so far and add a simple contact form to your site.

  1.  You’ll be creating a contact form. In your ‘contact.html’ file, create a semantically correct page, using the correct input types, with an inquiry form containing the following requirements:
    • Collect name, address, email and phone.
    • Make all required EXCEPT phone.
    • Add a dropdown menu with three options of your choice.
    • Add a radio selection input with two options of your choice.
    • Style the form with color and make sure it looks good in all screen sizes.
  2. FTP your folders to Coton.
  3. Submit the URL to your HTML file. It should look like the following example:
    https://coton.champlain.edu/WEBD12545/user.name/html/index.html