Chapter 12: Modern HTML
Rethinking HTML Structure: pp. 546-550
Updating HTML Structure in Starbuzz: pp. 551-558
Creating a Blog Structure in Starbuzz: pp. 559-572
Adding a Navigation Bar: pp. 573-577
Adding Video: pp. 578-584
Adding Audio: pp. 710
Ch. 11: Layout and Positioning: Arranging Elements
***Remember that you can view the source code (html) and css of each layout that is linked below. Right-click, “View source” or “View page source”, and see the html. To view the css, click the css linked on the html code (code reads href = “starbuzz.css” or some version of that). ***
***It is fine for you to mimic and copy the layout strategies below.***
Understanding the “flow” of elements — pp. 472-478
Floating elements as a layout strategy — pp. 479-482.
1. Reformatting the Starbuzz web page to a two-column web page using the floating strategy — pp. 483-500.
2. The jello layout — pp. 500-503.
3. Absolute positioning — pp. 503-509.
4. CSS table display layout — pp. 510-520.
Review of CSS layout strategies — pp. 521-522
Floating images in a header — pp. 523-527.
Using absolute positioning for an image — pp. 527-529.
Fixed positioning — pp. 530-536.
Relative positioning — p. 536
Calling all scientists, storytellers, and students!
Do you have a story to tell about water? Wyoming EPSCoR is accepting submissions for the third Communicating about Water (CAW) Essay Contest.
The winning students (undergraduate and graduate) will receive $500 scholarship and publication in Wyoming EPSCoR’s bi-annual publication, “Connections.”
Deadline: Friday April 21, 2017 at 5 pm
Essay Theme: “Carving Out a Sense of Place”
Procedures for Undergraduate Students:
Eligibility: Any undergraduate student enrolled at the University of Wyoming Word Limit: 350-600 words
Procedures for Graduate Students (Masters or PhD):
Eligibility: Any graduate student enrolled at the University of Wyoming Word Limit: 600-1000 words
Submission Guidelines: Submissions in doc or docx file format must be uploaded to https://form.jotform.com/EPSCoR/2017-caw-essay-contest with a cover page that has your W#, essay titles, and student category listed. Do not list your name anywhere on the essay or file name as essays will be judged anonymously.
CAW Contest 2017
During advising weeks, please remember to visit our COJO website to view the internships and jobs that are available for this summer and next fall semester. Your talent is wanted and needed!
The study “politics and social media” that was hosted by Conroy Stout before spring break has been extended. Students are welcome to attend on Thursday, April 6 @ 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Engineering Room 2109. Students will be served free food again.
If you’ve already completed this study once, you cannot complete the study again.
If you cannot physically attend the extra credit session on Thurs. April 6, please take the online survey at:
https://uwyocommunications.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_aWN9UXRQNjVfVDT (Links to an external site.) (Links to an external site.)
Ch. 9: The Box Model with CSS
A new and improved Head First Lounge — pp. 362-366
Box model basics: Content, padding, border, margin — pp. 367-372
Applying the box model — pp. 373-391
Classes vs. ids — pp. 392-397
Using multiple stylesheets — pp. 398-404
There is second extra credit opportunity on Thursday March 9 or Friday March 10 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in Engineering Building Room 2109.
You will take a short survey and enjoy free food.
You will get 5 points extra credit added to your lowest quiz score if you complete the study.
Extra Credit #2 Poster
You will earn 5 points of extra credit adding to your lowest quiz score if you participate in BOTH research sessions.
Ch. 7: Adding a Little Style
We’re learning another language! — Cascading Style Sheets
Understanding the basics — pp. 255-260
Identifying and manipulating selectors — pp. 261-271
Creating an external CSS and linking to it — pp. 273-280
Understanding inheritance — pp. 281-285
Adding classes to HTML and CSS — pp. 286-291
Predicting what rules get applied — pp. 292-293
Editing and checking code — pp. 296-299
Helpful CSS properties — p. 300
Ch. 8: Styling Fonts
Identifying font families — pp. 314-321
Skipping “web fonts”. Try to avoid using these — pp. 322-327
Adjusting font sizes with pixels, percentages, emphasis, and keywords — pp. 328-334
Changing a font’s weight and style — pp. 335-338
Finding value in color — pp. 339-355