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Goal for Teachers: Participants will leave the session with the beginnings of a classroom web site, knowledge of editing techniques using Contribute, an understanding of how to access their site on the district server, and a plan for continuation.
Goal for Students: Students will develop a two page website adding elements as we go(see guidelines). They will demonstrate various web design skills including (but not limited to) creating links, appropriate color choices, adding graphics images, changing backgrounds, decorative fonts, tables, lists, and other parts of a web page or website.
Anatomy of a Web Page:
- Page Title - The name of the page that appears at the top of the browser window.
- Headline - Usually decorative or may contain the site logo, the headline is found at the top of the page.
- Link - Usually underlined and a different color than the main body of text links or hyperlinks take the user to another page in the website, an "outside" website, or an e-mail link. Pictures and buttons may also be linked.
- Body - Like a business letter this is the main area of information on a web page.
- Horizontal rule - A line on the page.
- Table - A way of organizing a web page using blocks. A table allows page information to be placed side by side.
Karen Angiolet • Joseph Lane Middle School • 2153 N.E. Vine Street • Roseburg, Oregon 97470 • 541 440-4104
Last updated: February 8, 2007