• March 16th, 2016

Winters in New York

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The purpose of this project is to demonstrate effective use of the basic HTML5 and CSS3 code discussed in chapters 2 – 7, and implement the elements and principles of visual design reviewed in the course. TOPIC:
The Final Website Project must adequately present the subject “Winter in New York City” by effectively applying HTML, CSS, and the basic principles and elements of visual design.
In building the structure of the site, four (4) HTML pages must be created  one (1) page for references and· three (3) pages for content ·  each page must include basic and semantic·image attribution  structural elements including, but not limited to o paragraph, span, blockquote, lists, and headings o div, header, nav, main, and footer o please note that not all basic elements (paragraph, lists, etc.) need to be used on every page; however, it is highly effective to use the semantic structural elements on every page to help facilitate continuity  each page must include working navigation links to·across the pages   the footer section of each page must include the·all other pages  student’s name, link to the student’s email address, and copyright information For styling, one (1) single external style sheet must be used  the file must contain all styles for displaying a three-column·  responsive techniques must be applied using percentages and/or·layout  · width and height for all images should be coded using CSS ·em units   embedded styles, inline·implement padding to avoid content collisions  styles, and phrase elements should NOT be used to style the pages; external CSS must be used exclusively. Content must consist of placeholder text and images
lorem ipsum placeholder text should be applied o use the· lipsum.com text generator (click the button on the page that says “Generate Lorem Ipsum” to generate text) o all text must use lorem ipsum except the name, email,  Creative Commons·copyright, and references/image attribution texts  images o A minimum of six (6) different images must be used in the site o All images must be covered under a creative commons license and be properly attributed in the last page of the site. Some useful sites for ·finding images include:  https://www.flickr.com/creativecommons/ · https://search.creativecommons.org/ · https://photopin.com/  How do you attribute CC licensed images?§ · https://wiki.creativecommons.org/Best_practices_for_attribution  Instructor attribution example· o the line below the image shows the proper information required o All images must maintain a resolution appropriate for their specific applications, and be properly scaled The basic principles and elements of visual design must be executed  the· site should effectively demonstrate use of visual design principles and elements including, but not limited to o alignment and proximity o ·balance and contrast o color and typography o line, shape, and form  please note that because text is not being used to deliver information, the presentation of the topic will rely solely upon the visual experience
Before coding, please review the wireframe examples on pages 3 and 4 for possible structural ideas; then, sketch an outline of each page on paper. Additionally, you can download the Structural Starter Page file via the assignment link in Canvas. EXTRA CREDIT:
Create a second external style sheet to optimize the project for mobile display, implementing a single-column layout but maintaining a consistent design between it and the desktop version.
add the viewport meta tag o must·In the head section of each HTML file   set the content width to§include the name and content attributes  device-width and initial scale to 1.0  add· add another link element to implement the mobile style sheet · the media attribute to each of the link elements
o media types should include only screen o media features should be min-width of 1024px for the desktop style sheet o media features should be max-width of 1023px for the mobile style sheet

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