Learning new languages to build web pages is hard enough without having to dream up content. Let's put your new HTML skills to use by developing a web page about either your hometown or a city/town that you are familiar with.
index.htmlfile for you to start with.
headportion of the file with a value of An Insider's Guide to YOUR_CITY_NAME (e.g. "An Insider's Guide to Lexington, VA").
titleelement above (e.g. "An Insider's Guide to Lexington, VA").
divset of tags. Within the div, add the word "Population" in bold followed by a colon and the approximate population in normal, non-bold text. This should be followed by, in italics, the year the population numbers are from surrounded by parentheses.
headeropen and close tags around both the heading with the city's name and the div with the population.
sectionwith a brief introductory paragraph about the city inside that section.
headerelement further containing a level 2 heading of "Some Facts about CITY_NAME". The body of the section should be an unordered list of three commonly known facts about your city.
headerelement further containing a level 2 heading of "Only Insiders Know...". The body of the section should be an unordered list of two things that are lesser known things about your city that only someone who lives there might know.
headerelement further containing a level 2 heading of "Top 3 Things to Do or See". The body of the section should be an ordered list of the top three things that you would tell a visitor to see or do there.
sectionwith a description list of three websites related to your city. The description term should be the name of the site with a link to that site's URL. Each link should open in a new window. The description definition should offer a brief summary of what the site is about or covers. Have you checked that your links actually work?
footersection with the word "Copyright", the current year, and your name.
HTML should be properly formatted following the style conventions discussed in class.
Be sure to check the live URL at
https://dci110w19.github.io/insiders-YOURUSERNAME (e.g. "https://dci110w19.github.io/insiders-mickelj") to see that it is completely uploaded and working.
The final result should look similar to this:
You will be graded on:
The lab will begin with a full score of 50 points and deductions will be made according to the amount and severity of errors.