Mostly Links and Images
This assignment is practice using images and links.
You may create any content you like, so long as you do the
- Follow proper HTML5 document structure.
- Create a clickable link to your favorite search engine.
- Create a clickable text link to this page. Use a server-relative
URL: one that starts with slash.
- Create a clickable link to your assignment 1 page. It should
be a relative link, possibly just the file name. (If you are using
folders on the server, your URL may need to contain ..
and/or other folder names.)
- Of your clickable links, at least one should be text, and one
should be an image. The image link should have no border.
- Have at least one image which is not a clickable link.
- Use an inline style to adjust the font in the tagged item.
You may adjust family, style or any other font-related
attribute as you like.
- Create an embedded CSS instruction (style section
in the header) which changes the color from the usual
default. You might also want to adjust the font style.
- Use CSS to put a border around something in your page
(not a link).
You may use the border: directive, and/or some combination
of border-right: and such to set sides differently.
Use inline or embedded styles, or a combination, as you wish.
The same bit of code might well fill more than one
of the above.
Please use only images that you have permission to use.
The images notes page lists
several good sources, and you may find others. You can
always use pictures you take yourself.
If your image is very large, you
may want to reduce it. There are many sophisticates image
manipulation programs available, but
standard Windows Paint is up to the resizing problem.
Though it's not absolute rule,
images used on the Web should generally be either .jpg or
When you're ready, post your page on Sandbox, then go
enter the URL of the page.