|01||HTML Home Page & Assignment Index Page
The purpose of this assignment is to review xhtml and css stylesheets. Create two web pages. A home page and an assignments page. The assignments page will include a list of links to all the assignments in the class. I will use this page to easily access your completed assignments.
Before you create any html files you must first create a directory name "public_html" that can be accessed from the web. This is the directory where all your html files will be located. Use mkdir to create the directory. Your public_html directory must be in your home directory. Your home directory must have permissions 711 (rwx--x--x) and your public_html must have permissions of 755 (rwxr-xr-x). Use chmod to set the permissions for both of these directories. All html files you create in your public_html directory or subdirectories must have "read" rights for the world, (i.e. 644 or -rw-r--r--).
The URL to access your home page will be "http://188.8.131.52/~yourUserID/index.html" where yourUserID is the net ID you use to login to the lab computers.
Part 1 - Home Page
First create your personal home page named "index.html". Include a link to a second page which will be your assignments page.
Your personal home page may include anything you want, however, it must fulfill the following requirements.
Part 2 - Assignments Page
Web Page #2 - Must include the following features:
As you complete subsequent assignments as the semester progresses you will be replacing each assignment link with a correct link to demonstrate or execute the assignment. I will be accessing, testing and grading your assignments using these links from your assignments page. It must be kept up to date. I will use this page to access your assignments. Once an assignment link is activated, I will assume the assignment is completed and will grade the assignment.
Note: All html files must located in the public_html directory or a subdirectory of public_html. No WYSIWYG html editors like Microsoft Front Page or Dream Weaver are allowed. Your XHTML files should have nested tags indented properly and be well-formed XML documents.
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