This week you will add basic
Given the examples we saw in class (real web sites and
toy examples), spend some time thinking about how you would you would like the
7. Ensure your page works with Firefox. Having it work on IE is encouraged but not required.
8. Ensure all your pages validate and that you have met all requirements.
NOTE: all HTML files must validate as XHTML 1.1 without errors for full credit. The penalty for a file that does not validate is 10%.
1) All of your files for Lab02 should be in a folder called "Lab02" (without the quotes) on the Web drive.
2) Your main page for Lab02 should be called "index.html" (without the quotes) and placed inside the folder Lab01.
3) Your instructor will assume that your web pages are viewable at http://www.mXXXXXX.it452.cs.usna.edu/Lab02/index.html where XXXXXX is your alpha number. You should check that this URL is viewable and that everything works correctly from a computer where somebody else is logged in. If you've goofed and linked to a file on your X drive, this will help you catch it!
4) All files must be complete and saved to your Web drive before you submit the hardcopy of your assignment. Do NOT modify your files after you have submitted your assignment.
5) Turn in the following hardcopy on or before the due date, stapled together in the following order (coversheet on top):
a) A completed assignment coversheet. Your comments will help us improve the course.
b) The first page of the output of the W3C validator, as run on the final version of your Lab01/index.html. This should show that your document correctly validated, but turn it in anyway if you can’t get your page to validate.
c) A printout of the source to your Lab02/index.html file (not the rendered page that you normally see with Internet Explorer/Firefox). Truncated lines are not acceptable – use Crimson Editor vice Notepad if needed for printing. You could also paste into Microsoft Word etc. if needed.