Jerz: Writing for the Internet (EL 236)


2 October 2006

HTML Workshop


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Group work.

We will upload the group websites. I'll focus on the students who feel they need more help. If you can do the work on your own, you don't need to show up.

Class today is optional for you if you

1) manage to upload your sample website (in the state Castro describes at the end of Chapter 2, with all links working, images and stylesheets loading properly, etc.).

2) test your website from a different computer (see the newbie tips document you read for Friday)

3) post a comment here giving me the URL of your test site

4) post on the project proposal web page a link to the blog entry in which you describe your project.

Steps for uploading your website

I hope that someone who's site is far along will try this procedure during our workshop on Friday, so that I'll be able to troubleshoot it and clarify any confusing points (and hopefully save a lot of stress Saturday night and early Monday morning).
Continue reading...

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Project 1 Proposal

The project will ask you (working individually) to make and publish a basic website that demonstrates your developing ability to write for the internet. Today all I'm interested in is an informal proposal, posted to your blog, in which you link to two or more sites that illustrate the kind of thing you plan to do. Your project should have a home page, at least three internal pages, and plenty of links. Who are the potential readers of your proposed web site? If there are already web pages out there on your proposed subject, why does the world need another one? What special perspective or knowledge do you bring to your subject?


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Price and Price, Hot Text

Chapters 5 & 6


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