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Assessment 3: HTML Portfolio and HTML Page (50 points)

After creating an HTML Portfolio by following the Level 3 instructions, you will create another HTML page, similar to the portfolio page you created in Level 3. You will use Notepad and HTML to make a page about another of your favorite things, or something that interests you. It will have an image and text. Then you will submit your WebDesign folder with both Web sites to your instructor.

Instructions

1. Make sure the HTML Portfolio you created in Level 3 meets the criteria in the Level 3 grading rubric.

2. Then make a second page about another topic, using the following instructions:

  1. Plan the new page. Choose a simple topic that you can cover in one page. You'll need one image for the page. Use the Finding_Images document to help you find an image.

  2. Make a folder named Level3B in your WebDesign folder.

  3. Open Notepad and save a new page into your Level3B folder. Give the page

    a file name of index.html.

  4. Addopeningandclosing<html>,<head>,and<body>tags.

  5. Addadescriptivepagetitlewith<title>tagsintheheadsection.

  6. Add a background color attribute in the opening <body> tag.

  7. Add<h1>textthatrepeatsthepage'stitleinthe<body>section.

  8. Add an alignment attribute to the <h1> tag to center the <h1> text.

  9. Format the <h1> text color and font with <font> tags.

  10. Add body text about the topic, using <p> tags. Format the body text color and font with <font> tags.

  11. Use <b> or <i> tags to add emphasis in at least one place in the body text.

  12. Copy and paste the image for the page into your Level3B folder.

  13. Resize the image so it is 72 ppi in resolution and about 300-600 pixels in height and width, and optimize it as a JPEG to approximately 30KB.

n. Add the image above the body text, using an <img> tag. © 2008 Giant Campus, Inc.

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Web Design – Assessment 3

o. Adjustspacingonthepageasneededwith<br>tags.
p. TestthesiteinaWebbrowser.
q. Make sure the page meets the criteria in the Level 3B grading rubric.

3. Zip and submit your WebDesign folder to your instructor. TIP: See the zip instructions at the end of this document for help.

Level 3 Grading Rubric

Points possible

Points earned

The portfolio page is saved directly in the WebDesign folder. The page's file name is index.html, and it has a descriptive page title in the <head> section that shows in the browser's title bar.

2.5

HTML tags are correctly nested.

5.0

The page has a background color, centered <h1> text, left-aligned <h2> text, and regular body text formatted with <p> tags.

5.0

The <h1> text has the portfolio page's name, and the <h2> text has the titles of the Level 1 and Level 2 sites. The body text has short descriptions of the Level 1 and Level 2 sites.

2.5

The <h1>, <h2>, and <p> tags have <font> tags nested inside them that set the font face and color for the text.

5.0

Each site description contains emphasis around at least one word or phrase, using <b> or <i> tags.

2.5

The <body> section contains thumbnail images that represent the Level 1 and Level 2 sites. The thumbnail images are resized so the

longest size is 200 pixels, and they are optimized as JPEGs to approximately 10-15KB in file size.

2.5

The page has <br> tags that create space between the first page's description and the second page's image.

2.5

The <h2> text is linked to the correct sites.

2.5

Total points earned

30.0

© 2008 Giant Campus, Inc.

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Web Design – Assessment 3

Level 3B Grading Rubric

Points possible

Points earned

The site has a folder called Level3B in the WebDesign folder. The page's file name is index.html, and it has a descriptive page title in the <head> section that shows in the browser's title bar.

2.5

HTML tags are correctly nested.

5.0

The page has a background color, centered <h1> text, and regular body text formatted with <p> tags.

2.5

The <h1> and <p> tags have <font> tags nested inside them that set the font face and color for the text.

2.5

The body text contains emphasis around at least one word or phrase, using <b> or <i> tags.

2.5

The page includes an image. The image is resized to have a resolution of 72 ppi and a width and height of approximately 300-600 pixels, and it is optimized as a JPEG to approximately 30KB in file size.

2.5

The code uses <br> tags to adjust spacing as needed.

2.5

Total points earned

20.0

Zip Instructions for Windows 7 and Vista

Complete these steps to compress (zip) your files so they'll be easier to submit to your instructor.

  1. On your computer, navigate to the location where your WebDesign folder is saved. Don't open the WebDesign folder, but make sure you can see it.

  2. Using your mouse right-click, in the menu select New, then select Folder. Select the new folder name and rename it assessment_3 and your full name, and then press the ENTER key. TIP: For example, if your name is Kelly Marshall, the folder name will look like this: assessment_3kellymarshall

  3. If you didn't type the name right on the first try, then right-click the folder, click Rename, type the name, and then press ENTER.

  4. ClicktheWebDesignfoldertoselectit.

  5. Make sure the following folder is selected: WebDesign

  6. Right-click on the WebDesign folder and select Copy or use the Control + C keys to copy the folder.

  7. Right-click the assessment_3 folder, and then click Paste. A copy of your files has now been pasted inside the assessment_3 folder.

  8. Right-click on the assessment_3 folder, and in the menu select Send to.

© 2008 Giant Campus, Inc.

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Web Design – Assessment 39. In the Send to menu, select Compressed (zipped) folder.

10. Now a zipped version of the folder assessment_3 should appear.

11.Submit the zipped folder to your instructor using the digital Drop Box in the course.

Zip Instructions for Windows XP

Complete these steps to compress (zip) your files so they'll be easier to submit to your instructor.

  1. On your computer, navigate to the location where your WebDesign folder is saved. Don't open the WebDesign folder, but make sure you can see it.

  2. Click the File menu, click New, then click Folder, type assessment_3 and your full name, and then press the ENTER key. TIP: For example, if your name is Kelly Marshall, the folder name will look like this: assessment_3kellymarshall

  3. If you didn't type the name right on the first try, then right-click the folder, click Rename, type the name, and then press ENTER.

  4. ClicktheWebDesignfoldertoselectit.

  5. Make sure the following folder is selected: WebDesign

  6. Click the Edit menu, and then click Copy.

  7. Right-click the assessment_3 folder, and then click Paste. A copy of your files has now been pasted inside the assessment_3 folder.

  8. Right-click the assessment_3 folder, then click 7-Zip, and then click Add to archive. TIP: If you don't have 7-Zip installed on your computer, you can use the steps in the Course Overview to install it. If you want to use your own file compression software to create a zip file of this folder, do so now, and then skip to step 11.

  9. In the Add to Archive dialog box, click the Archive format drop-down list, and then click Zip.

10.In the Add to Archive dialog box, click OK.

11.A compressed (zipped) version of the assessment_3 folder will appear in the same location as the original folder. It will have the same name as the original, but with a .zip file extension.

© 2008 Giant Campus, Inc.

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Web Design – Assessment 312.Submit your compressed assessment_3 folder to your instructor. TIP: Ask

your instructor if you're not sure how to submit your assessment.

Zip Instructions for Mac OS X

Complete these steps to compress (zip) your files so they'll be easier to submit to your instructor.

  1. On your computer, navigate to the location where your WebDesign folder is saved. Don't open the WebDesign folder, but make sure you can see it.

  2. Create a new folder. If you are in the Finder window, click on File. In the menu, select New Folder. You can also right-click and select New Folder or press Shift + Command + N.

  3. A untitled folder will appear, select it and rename it assessment_3 and your full name, and then press the ENTER key. TIP: For example, if your name is Kelly Marshall, the folder name will look like this: assessment_3kellymarshall

  4. ClicktheWebDesignfoldertoselectit.

  5. Make sure the following folder is selected: WebDesign

  6. Right-click on the WebDesign folder and select Copy or use the Command + C keys to copy the folder.

  7. Right-click the assessment_3 folder, and then click Paste, or use the Command + V keys. A copy of your files has now been pasted inside the assessment_3 folder.

  8. Click on the assessment_3 folder, and right-click on it. In the menu, select Compress.

  9. Now a zipped version of the folder assessment_3 should appear. It will have the same name as the original, but with a .zip file extension.

10.Submit the zipped folder to your instructor using the digital Drop Box in the course. 




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