Reference no: EM131304145
All the pages/code must include:
-detailed comments explaining what you have done for anyone to follow
-a header and logo
-a footer with copyright, date, and email information
-proper names for files and folders
-proper filenames and folders references
Part A -
-Use of HTML tags (at least 10):
- paragraph, list, line break, blockquote, logical/physical styles
-Use of Hyperlinks and anchors. You must have
- one or more external links
- email link
-Absolute and relative reference for files and links
Make sure all the elements are property specified (open/close tags), that all links work properly.
Part B -
-Cascading Style Sheets (CSS)
-Proper use of class and id
Your website must have an external CSS for uniformity. You can use embedded and/or inline styles, if necessary.
Part C -
Images, with proper accessibility requirements
Any image you use must be properly referenced if it is not your own. The images must be in a separate and properly named folder.
Part D -
Make sure you follow 'best design practices": ease of navigation, short pages, alignment, contrast, repetition. Keep in mind your target audience.
Part E -
You use should a two-column or three-column layout. Your design must handle various devices: mobile, desktop, etc.
Part F -
You must include at least one table in your content pages.
Part G -
You must include at least one form. For example, create a form to provide the user with the option to contact you, to request a quote for services.
Part H -
Finding a Host: Investigate a place where you can host your final project. There are lots of free places; the trade-off may include having advertisements or providing some basic information. If you do, provide the url of the host you find that will serve your needs.