This assignment will give you the opportunity to create a complete Web site using the HTML tags that you learned in Assignment #4. Using the reference material in the Lessons provided in the course Web site and available at other sites on the Internet, your activity is to create five Web pages described below and one citation page and upload them to the directory specified in Assignment #3. The six Web pages are to be designed according to the specifications below. Your collection must have one home page (called “index.html”) and five pages of related information stored as separate document files. Use the “template.html” as a starting point for all of your pages. Web Pages for Final Project Home Page/Index Page (“index.html”) Your home page will be created in either one of the following layouts (A or B): Layout A: Links ACROSS THE TOP Home Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Citation Page Content here! Layout B: Links ALONG THE LEFT SIDE Home Content here! Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Citation Page Included on the home page three paragraphs of content about you. The first paragraph will be aligned to the left, the second paragraph will be aligned in the middle, and the third paragraph will be aligned to the right. You must include at least 1 image on this page. Be sure to cite any images that you use. Page 1 – Your Schedule/Timetable Use a table to create a visually pleasing view of your University Schedule. Include the following for each class: name, time(s), exam date/time, and an image representing the class. Be sure to cite any images that you use. Page 2 – Your favourite music, food, and other interests. Use the three types of lists to create ones on your favourite music, food, and other interests. (3 different lists in total) You must include at least 1 image on this page. Be sure to cite any images that you use. Page 3 – Image Map For this web page you are going to create an image map with at least 3 click-able regions. Each region will lead to an external web site. Page 4 – Feedback Form For this web page you are going to create a user-friendly feedback form. At the bottom of this page will be your e-mail address (visible and usable). You must include at least 1 image on this page. Be sure to cite any images that you use. Citation Page Use this page to give credit to all your sources of information and/or images used in your web site assignment. Marking Scheme for Final Project Required Elements (25 Marks) Home Page (“index.html”) (4 marks) Page 1 - TABLE (4 marks) Page 2 - FAVOURITES (4 marks) Page 3 - IMAGE MAP Page 4 - FORM (5 marks) Citation Page (3 marks) Content & Aesthetics (8 Marks) Marks in this section will be based on the quality of the material presented in the Web project. The project must contain a minimum of 6 pages with genuine content on them. (2 marks) Marks in this section are also based on the spelling and grammar in the project. (2 marks) Marks in this section will be based on the presentation and general appearance of the Web project. The pages should be easy to read and have some visual appeal without distracting from the information presented. The information presented in the pages should be easy to locate within the pages. The images and colours chosen for the pages must be appropriate for the subject matter being presented. (4 marks) Construction Marks in this section will be based on the HTML coding of the Web Project. Information on proper HTML construction will be available in the Lessons and the course textbooks of this course. Links not working between pages, six-mark deduction. There will be a one-mark deduction for each of the following HTML errors (up to 17 marks): Using deprecated (old) tags Using more than onetag Missing a closing,,, or Improperly closing a ,
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