Look at some themes that you might like to work with for your task 2.2 project. You may use your 2.1 project as a start, but you will need to make substantial changes to get the look that you want. You need to decide on which way you want to go.
Therefore, take some time to look over some free templates and decide if see any that you would like to try. In my opinion, it is a huge mistake to choose a theme that is not optimized for phones, tablets, and various monitor sizes. Look for the responsive qualifier when choosing a theme. Any theme that is a derivative of the Bootstrap framework, will normally be responsive. Part of your grade will require that your html pages and that your css code will validate. So make sure the theme that you choose does not contain substantial errors that might be difficult to correct. Warnings are not errors, and will not count against your grade.
In this session we will practice building web pages using both html and css.
Take a few minutes and decide on a "theme" for the page(s) you are creating. Decide the structure of the site and what images you will need.
You cannot go wrong by following the direction given in the Web Style Guide [linked from every page on the class web site]. But we will review some basic considerations and offer a way to approach the process of designing your web site. The principles are pretty straightforward:
What is your intent? what is the message you wish to convey, both in text and in feel?
Who are you trying to reach? who is your target audience?
Think about the audience