Create a static Web page that includes the basic structure of a valid HTML (not XHTML) document

Assignment #1

There are a large number of tasks involved in information technology and programming, and many of these tasks can be automated using scripting technology. The ability to use scripting correctly will save significant time and leverage available resources in many ways. The first step toward better productivity is to understand how scripting languages work and how they can be used. For this assignment, you will begin to learn the characteristics of scripting languages and gain an understanding of how to select the right scripting tool for a specific task.

  • Prepare a document to submit your results:
    • Use Word
    • Title Page
      • Course number and name
      • Project name
      • Your name
      • Date
    • Identify a scenario where scripting would be useful to automate a task.
    • Define at least 5 requirements of a scripting language that would be necessary for the task.
    • Identify 2 scripting language candidates that meet the requirements.
    • Select 1 of the scripting languages, and justify the selection based on how well it meets the stated requirements.
  • Name the document yourname_ITSD327_IP1.doc.
  • 2-3 pages

Assignment #2

In an era where Web sites are highly dynamic, interactive, and database dependent, a static Web page consisting of only HTML may seem archaic. However, Web developers must begin somewhere and a good understanding of the language of the Web (HTML) is the right place to start. You have decided to develop a static Web page that contains valid HTML as the newsletter for an organization that interests you.

  • Create a static Web page that includes the basic structure of a valid HTML (not XHTML) document. Make sure to include the language attribute of the html element and the character set attribute of the metadata element. You may want to save this basic document as the starting structure for development of all static Web pages.
  • Continue to structure the newsletter using the HTML semantic elements
    • header
    • section
    • footer
  • Within the structure of the newsletter add other HTML elements including at least one:
    • heading
    • paragraph
    • image that implements accessibility guidelines
    • navigation that includes a
      • list of at least
        • four links that
          • navigate to actual Web pages and
          • implement accessibility guidelines
  • Use of any inline elements should follow current standards
  • No style should be applied
  • Validate the finished web page.
  • Zip (compress) the into a .zip file.

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