In an era in which Web sites are highly dynamic, interactive, and database-dependent, a static Web page consisting of only HTML may seem archaic, but they are still used daily. Additionally, web developers must begin somewhere, and a good understanding of the language of the Web (HTML) is the right place to start. For this assignment, you will develop a static Web page that contains valid HTML5 as a newsletter for an organization that interests you.
Download the following document for instructions on how to download and install Microsoft Visual Studio Community 2017.
Perform the following step-by-step activity:
- Open Visual Studio 2017.
- Go to File -> New Project.
- Select "Installed."
- Select "C#" and click "Web."
- Select "ASP.NET Empty Web Site."
- Enter ITCO381_IP1 as the name ."
- Click "Ok."
- In Solution Explorer, right click ITCO381_IP1 and choose Add > Add New Item
- Select "HTML Page."
- Name it “index.html”
- Click "Add."
Then, complete the following:
- Continue to structure the newsletter using the following HTML semantic elements:
- Within the structure of the newsletter, add other HTML elements including at least the following:
- One level 1 heading in the header
- One level 3 heading in the section
- At least three paragraphs
- Image that implements accessibility guidelines using the alt attribute
- Navigation that includes:
- An ordered or unordered list containing at least 4 links
- Each link should navigate to actual Web pages and
- implement accessibility guidelines using the title attribute
- Use of any in-line elements should follow current standards.
- No style should be applied.
- Validate the finished Web page using the tools at http://validator.w3.org.
- Right-click anywhere in the page in Visual Studio and click "View in browser."
- Zip (compress) the page into a .zip file.