COMM 300 Introduction to Multimedia
Translate the provided document into HTML pages using proper markup tags.
- Launch Dreamweaver and create a new HTML5 document..
- Save it as yourName_translate.html.
- Give your document the title: Your Name HTML Translate.
- Download the provided document; it's a PDF called "The Sights and Sounds of Northern Michigan." You have been provided with a travel and tourism article, the kind you might see on a Web site. Note the variety of elements—headings, paragraphs, a list, as well as more subtle things like blockquotes, citations, quotes, abbreviations, and definitions.
- Recreate the document as closely as you can using headings, paragraphs, lists, blockquotes, and whatever other HTML tags are required. Don't worry about fonts, margins, or other styles—just tag structure. Note that you can cut and paste blocks of text (so you don't have to retype everything). However, be careful, you may bring in some unintended formatting. Proof read what you paste.
- Do not use style sheets.
- Note that the lines of the paragraphs do not have to break in the same places as in the source. Paragraphs should stretch the width of the browser window and wrap automatically.
- Refer to the HTML5 guide on my Web site. Note that you should use quite a lot of these tags to properly recreate the page; go through the list carefully so that you don't miss any.
- Upon completion compress the file (right-click or control-click on the HTML file and choose "Compress."). Then upload the compressed .zip file to the D2L drop box I have set-up for this exercise.
- Print the code (Dreamweaver automatically prints the code) and submit it to me.
Thursday, May 30 (by the end of class)