Build a website for a city using HTML5 and CSS language only.
Your website theme can be anything you want: a country, a town, a place, a hobby, people (yourself, your family...), pets, flowers, food, or anything that you find interesting or useful. It may be about real people/places/things or fictitious. But your design must be unique. Do not copy an existing website and pass it as your own... that is plagiarism. You may certainly get some content from the web (a paragraph of text, images, etc.) but not the actual html/css code from another web page. And please remember to reference the source of borrowed material.
Part 1: Content (HTML)
After you decide the theme of your website, create HTML pages with the content you want to present. Remember to separate content from presentation. The content is placed in the HTML files, and the layout and style will be defined using CSS (see part 2). Your website must include:
a landing page ([login to view URL])
at least 1 more html page.
a typical layout using semantic tags (header, nav, footer, article...)
page titles (that show on the title bar)
different size headings
images (at least 5)
links to the other (internal) pages
links to external pages
a list (ordered or unordered)
a table (with some relevant data)
your copyright info at the footer.
classes and id's as needed (for styling with css)
Do not forget to make your pages accessible. You should validate your code (to make sure you are not missing closing tags, etc.) and test it using different browsers. Focus on making your pages syntactically and semantically correct.
Part 2: Style (CSS)
You'll create an external stylesheet (css) to style the html pages you created in part 1. You must use a variety of selectors and properties presented in chapters 4 and 5, including:
font family, size, color, background color of text and headings, font color for links (make sure visited and unvisited links are displayed in different colors)
special effects or animations
a navigation menu
Part 3: An alternate style (CSS)
You'll create a different CSS file, with different style and layout rules, to make your HTML pages look completely different (without making any changes to the HTML files). The CSS Zen Garden is a great example of how much can be changed by CSS alone: [login to view URL] (Links to an external site.)Links to an external site.
You do not need to create new html files. You may change the name of the css linked in the html <head> section back and forth (while testing).
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Hello I have experience with html and css and I can easily create the html/css site for you. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks Dinesh Chand