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Use HTML5 elements to markup the content on the page using

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Objectives:

• Use HTML5 elements to markup the content on the page using

o Headings

o Paragraphs

o Lists, tables

o links (absolute, relative, and email)

o Images

• Use inline elements to enrich the semantic meaning of the text.

• Validate HTML using the W3C Markup Validation Service

Project Brief

For this project, your task is to mark up five pages of a fictitious website for your dream vacation location. The site includes:

1. Home page- the first content page is accessible directly from the navigation menu and provides information to potential visitors. Welcome or landing page that gives general information about the area. 

2. attractions or points of interest – list or table might be useful here to highlight what you can do at this location. Links to external sites could be useful.

3. accommodations (Hotel, campground, resorts available in the area).

4. Restaurants available or if a campground where can they get supplies.

5. Fifth pages can be added for any additional info such as contact info, maps and directions, etc. 

I will not give you specific directions on how to markup the content, but your solution should adhere to the requirements below. 

Use the w3schools tutorial pages to help you create your code

https://www.w3schools.com/html/

https://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp 

Think about the layout of the element you wish to achieve and choose the most appropriate element tag. Additionally, pay attention to small details, such as the use of special characters, bold/italicized fonts, quotes, citations, etc. The most important point here is to write valid HTML code while presenting the semantic meaning of the content.

Document Requirements:

• Set up the site using the appropriate folder structure. The root folder should be named firstNameLastName_hw1 where firstName and LastName are your actual first and last names. For example, BobaFett_hw1.

• Define the HTML document structure using the doctype, <html>, <head>, and <body> elements with proper nesting. Include the tags on each of the pages in the site to:

o Identify the title of each page so that it is clear which page of the website the user is viewing.

o Identify yourself as the author of the page.

Content Markup Requirements:

• All images must have an alternative text, a width, and a height.

o All images on the site must have a descriptive alt text.

• Links to any external website must open (i.e., to an absolute URL) in a separate tab/window.

• All dates in the document should be given appropriate elements containing machine-readable dates.

• Use the appropriate inline element tags to mark text with strong importance and/or emphasis.

• Use the special characters to reference any symbols in the text, such as the copyright symbol, &, quotation marks, apostrophes, long dashes, etc.

 

 

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