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INLS161-001 Task 02.01

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Task 02 will see you do some hard coding,
then you will create a web site for this class and, possibly, for your future use.
The first component is to create a basic hard-coded page,
showing your basic structural layer understanding.

Task ② ⇒ web development

This task has three components

  1. Task ② .01 hard coding HTML
  2. Task ② .02 adding CSS
  3. Task ② .03 create a full web site
The first component is to demonstrate some hard coding skills with HTML

Start off by showing a little facility with hard coding by creating a single web page to prepare ourselves for the main task

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Task 02.01

website creation task logo

Create an initial hard-coded homepage, a page we will use in class to practice other skills. Use a basic text editor and type in the text on the tags page of the HTML session class notes.

Within your file structure on your laptop, create a folder on your computer and name it "task02-01", then save the file as index.html in the folder you just created so that it will display as the first page in that directory. This may be the basis of your fuller task 02 website, but it does not have to be. You may wish to use this hard-coded page solely for HTML practice in class, but create a totally individualized, fuller, multi-level personal web site according the specs in task 02.03.

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SFTP the entire "task02-01" folder into the directory you created in task 01.04 by 2359 on day before the CSS session, copy the URL for the location of the file on Opal, and paste in the URL into the Sakai task 02.01 assignments space. Task 02.01 is required just to compel you to try out hard coding.

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Your hard coded page must validate using the W3C Markup Validation Service. There must be no errors in your code.

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Yours might look like this

[task 02.01 hard code using Brackets]

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Then go on to task 02.02

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Value Added | daily
Basics | sessions 01-03
Dealing with Markup | sessions 09-10
Working with data | sessions 11-14
Presentations | sessions 15-16