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Thread: Html help
12-14-2010, 09:41 PM #1
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Create an HTML page that will serve as your homepage with the following requirements:
o Your site should include a table-less, CSS-based design/layout with a header which spans across the top, a left column of approximately 150 pixels which will contain the website menu, and then a right column which fills up the remainder of the page and contains its primary content.
o Include a custom background-color, custom hyper link colors and custom font colors that are consistent with one another. Use a color scheme generator to help with this.
o In the left column, you should have a menu which has hyperlinks to the homepage, the “Income Calculator” page, the “Mortgage Calculator” page and the “Listing Gallery
o Include a H1 tag in your header that is formatted with CSS with the name of company you are creating a website for.
o Create three paragraphs of text formatted by a custom CSS class with a paragraph about your real estate agent (feel free to steal text from wherever). Each paragraph should have a heading/title at the beginning with a <span> that includes custom CSS formatting.
o Include a picture of the agent you are creating a website for, and have it float-right of your paragraph of text.
o Somewhere in your page, create a “mailto” hyperlink to the realtor’s email address
Need help due today please!
12-15-2010, 08:55 AM #2
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Sorry, we have to follow #1.5 of http://www.codingforums.com/rules.htmNeed help due today please!
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12-15-2010, 03:46 PM #3
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Looks like you should have started your homework when it was assigned. Then you wouldn't be here wanting someone else to do it for you.
If you put some effort in and have specific problems, post them here. We might be able and willing to help you then.