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first job Objectives • Set up an HTML page using

first job

• Set up an HTML page using the basic page elements.
• Be able to use HTML5 semantic elements to structure a web page.
• Properly use images, lists, headings and semantic elements.
• Successfully use CSS to style and modify the appearance of page and the elements
contained within.
Basic Requirements
• Properly use and indent all tags.
• Set up page with <html>, <head> and <body> tags.
Assignment Details
Using the skills you have gained in this course, create a homepage for yourself. This
homepage will be a space for you to talk about yourself, your education, work
experience and goals. Include:
• Name
• Degree
• Skills
• Picture
• Work experience (1 or 2 is fine)
Submit your assignment
1. Combine all work files into a zip folder (include all HTML, CSS, font, and image files).
Keep the file structure the same as it was when you were working on the
2. Submit the zip folder via desire2learn in the appropriate Assignment folder in order
to receive credit. While you may also submit screenshots, you are required to
submit the actual code files, not just screenshots of the code. 

second job project

• Comprehensive review of the HTML, CSS and Javascript skills learned this semester.
Basic Requirements
• Properly use and indent all tags.
• Set up page with <html>, <head> and <body> tags.
• The page should contain your name in the <footer>.
Project Description
• Using the skills you have gained this semester, recreate 2 – 3 pages of a website of
your choice.
• All HTML and CSS should be built from the ground up. You may (and should) use
images that you find on the site for your project.
• In addition to HTML and CSS, you will be adding some basic Javascript functionality
of your choosing to the site.
Submitting your project
• There are 3 stages of this project:
1. Pick the site (and the 2 – 3 pages you will be building)
• Submit the URL along with screenshots to D2L
2. HTML and CSS
3. Javascript
• Sections 2 & 3 are both due the final week of the semester.
• Save all work to a zip folder and submit to D2L. In addition to the
completed work files, please include screenshots of the final
result ad well 

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