Just Plain Stupid/Having Fun Learning HTML
Created by Patricia Janann Nicholson
|1. Document Content and Tags||2. Heading Size|
|4. Creating Six Categories|
|5. Lists||6. Character Tags|
|7. Inserting a Horizontal Line||8. Creating and Inserting an Image|
|9. Creating Hypertext Links Between Elements Within Your Document||10. Anchor Tags|
|11. Define A Color Theme||12. Modifying Text with the <FONT> Tag|
|13. Web Page Structure||14. Creating Links Between Documents|
|15Creating a Text Table||16. Formatting A Table|
|17. Cell Alignment||18. Table Header|
|19. Creating a Background for Your Web Page||20. Adding Border Color to Your Table|
|21. Adding a Colored Background to Your Table||22. Entering Data into Your Table|
|23. Creating a Button in Fireworks||24. Giving Your Title Some Oomph!!!|
|25. Using the ALT Property with Image Tags||26. Aligning Text Around An Image|
|31. Working with Loops||32. Using the If...Else Statement|
33. Grading Rubric
Website Created and Maintained by Patricia Janann Nicholson
Who said that writing HTML isn't fun!!! Students in Pahokee Senior High School's Web Design Class will let you know that writing HTML is a snap and can be a little on the outrageous side. Just Plain Stupid is the first 9-week lesson students take part in on their journey in writing HTML. The lesson was created by Patricia Janann Nicholson, Web Design Instructor at Pahokee Middle Senior High School. The class has earned so much popularity that additional classes have been added to next year's class offerings to accommodate the enormous student request. This lesson proves that learning can be fun as well as entertaining!!!!
You have been hired by a company to build a Web page to sell their unique and unusual gift items. Their company's Web address is justplainstupid.com and their business name is "Just Plain Stupid." You will construct a one page Web layout with links to the items descriptions and pictures. Before you begin your venture, we will cover a few points about creating a Web page using HTML. For a more detailed account of HTML used in this activity, refer to the tutorials in your textbook (Creating Web Pages with HTML by Carey Associates, Inc.). The contents of this activity are viewed in the table above. Remember where you left off at the end of class so that you will be able to easily find the section in the table of contents.
You will also need to download the grading rubric found in the table of contents above. As you complete each task, have your instructor fill in the grade on your rubric. This will keep you focused on assigned as well as completed tasks.