September 6th, 2010 Class Notes

You can see the in-class assignment here. Replace the questions/prompts with your responses. If you’re really confused, you can view the example’s html code (view > page source) to see how you should write the html for your own in-class assignment.

Try to keep your html neat. See some beautifully written code here.

Once you established where you’re going to save your html files on you local device, DON’T CHANGE IT. You should have synced this folder with your root folder on your remote server. The two arrows in a circle/yin-yang will sync the files on your local and remote server. The down arrow will get the files from your remote server and the up arrow will put the files from your local device to your remote server.

Here is a link to a list of html tags and their uses.

Keep in mind that your website will look different on different web browsers.

Jamie has high-lighted some important parts of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act.

The tutorial will meet Sundays 3:30-5:30pm

For next week:
-Have your website up:
->have a homepage (index.html)
->link to your in-class assignment
->list your four favorite works from “Twisted Pair”
->list the rules of your twitter narrative and post your narrative

-Take more photos, choose 5 of your favorites.
-Look at the Photoshop Tutorials
-Add text to three out of your ten total photos. Check out Post Secret for examples. The text you add doesn’t have to be “secrets.”
-Make your first DIY post by Sunday @ 6pm
-Download Firefox and the add-on Firebug.
-See the Associated Artists of Pittsburgh at the Carnegie Museum by the 20th.


~ by Sarah on September 7, 2010.

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