Here are some useful links and some corrections for this book:Basics of web design HTML5 & CSS
|Homework||Due Date||Instructions||Other Information|
|1||Wed. Sep. 6th on the beginning of the lecture||page24, hands-on exercise 1
pages 60-61, hands-on exercise 1-7
|for exercise 1 of page 24 create a simple weblog and write down its address on the paper that you will turn in. For the rest, just write the partial html code on paper|
|2||Wed. Sep. 20th on the beginning of the lecture||Instructions for Homework 2|
|3||Mon. Nov. 6th 11:59 am (before start of the class)||Instructions for Homework 3|
|PROJECT||Wed. Dec. 6th 11:59 pm||Instructions for Project|
A = 90-100, B+ = 87-89, B = 80-86, C+ = 77-79, C = 70-76, D+ = 67-69, D = 60-66, F < 60
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