IMED 1316/1416 Web Page Design 1
Assignment #4: Images
This assignment will demonstrate:
Adding an image to your index page
Floating your image
Create or download an image. You can use any image that fits into your page,
as long as it is not illegal, offensive, or defamatory.
If you download the image, you can download it from just about any Web site, as long as you cite the
source/author where you got it.
Save this image in an images folder underneath your
main site folder (on your local storage drive).
You already have some content in your index.html page, meaning
that you should have some paragraphs
of text in it.
I want you to put an <img> tag into the body of your index page, using the
image that you saved in your images folder as the src. Put
the <img> tag before the paragraphs.
I also want you to float your main image so the paragraph text displays next
to the image (and wraps below it if there is a lot of text). [HINT: The float
property goes in your stylesheet.]
Validate your index.html page with the W3C's
Validator page. I will also be validating your page, so this
validation will be part of your grade.
If you made any changes to your stylesheet,
also validate your stylesheet page with the W3C's
CSS Validator page.
I will also be validating your page, so this validation will be part of your
Upload your index.html page and your image file
to your Freehostia server's folder.
(And make sure that you upload the image
to an images directory under the main site directory.)
If you changed your stylesheet, make sure you upload it, too.
If you are using the Freehostia File Manager, you will need to create a new
images directory in your main site's (URL) folder, then double-click the
images directory so it is the "current" target for your file uploads, and
then upload your image to the images directory.
You can test your page on the class server by selecting the "Student Sites"
link on the class site and then clicking your name in the bulleted list.
Make sure you refresh/reload the page with F5 to get the new version of