schedule

Week 6: 2/10

Week 7: 2/17: holiday!

Week 8: 2/24

Week 9: 3/2

set up your contact form using Formspree (easy and free)

  • in index.html, at the beginning of your form, specify the action: <form method=”post” action=”https://formspree.io/youremailaddress“>
  • Make sure that every section of the form as a name attribute. If you’re using a HTML5 UP template, this should already be done for you.
  • Save and upload index.html.
  • Fill out the form on the live site and click Send or Submit.
  • You’ll be taken to a page in Formspree that asks you to confirm your email.
  • Log in to your email account and confirm your email.
  • You’ll be taken to a page that says Email Confirmed. Your form is up and running!

on accessibility:

on responsive web design:

Week 10: 3/9

  • website showcase!

Week 1: 1/6

  • purchase webhosting and a domain name from Reclaim Hosting (we’ll do this in class to make sure everyone gets the right kind of hosting)
  • download an FTP program–preferably Cyberduck (see Resources page for other options)
  • download a text editor–preferably Brackets (see the Resources page for other options)
  • check out INT94 notes for help with Cyberduck and Brackets

Week 2: 1/13

  • work through the HTML Beginner tutorial at HTML Dog
  • complete Exercise #1: create and post a web page that has a title, paragraphs, headings, an ordered and unordered list, a link, and an image (including a table and a form is optional); send me the URL for this page by Monday 1/27
  • check out Pixlr and this basic tutorial by me

Week 3: 1/20: holiday!

Week 4: 1/27

  • work through the CSS Beginner tutorial at HTML Dog
  • complete Exercise #2: create and post an external style sheet to format the HTML page you created in the previous exercise or on a new HTML page; send me the URL for this page before class by Monday 2/3

Week 5: 2/3

  • work through the HTML Intermediate tutorial (just the sections on spans/divs and meta tags) and the CSS Intermediate tutorial at HTML Dog
  • complete Exercise #3: create and post a webpage that uses spans and divs, meta tags, classes and ids, grouping and nesting, pseudo classes for links, shorthand for borders and margins, and a background image; send me the URL for this page before class on Monday 2/10