Creating Web Documents

Assignment: A Table

The purpose of this assignment is to demonstrate your ability to create an HTML table.

The Assignment

For security and administrative reasons, you must use the Unix account supplied to you by the University for your Web pages and to email your URL to your instructor--failure to do so will result in your assignment not being graded. UW-Milwaukee students can use panthermail.uwm.edu for emailing.

Think of a good application for a table and prepare a single Web page that implements it. For example: a scientific chart like the periodic table or the metric system, your class schedule, the scores of sports games in a tournament, a magazine or newspaper page, a directory of favorite Web sites, your resume, etc.

Build on the Web page you created for the Web Space assignment or the the basics assignment that contains (at a minimum, you can do more):

  1. Your name and email address somewhere on the page to indicate authorship.
  2. One (or more) TABLE elements;
  3. Two (or more) TH elements;
  4. Two (or more) TD elements;
  5. Two (or more) TR elements;

Reminders

  1. Your document must pass syntax validation.
  2. You must follow these turning-in procedures and you must check for a receipt to make sure that your instructor received your assignment before you consider the assignment done--remember "It's not complete until you get your receipt!"

Turning in Your Assignment

Your assignment is due by the time listed on the syllabus. Use these procedures for turning in your assignment. Your assignment will be graded according to criteria I set up for this tutorial.

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