Chapter B Group Project:
Developing a Web Page
In this assignment, you will continue to work on the Web site your group defined in Chapter A.
In Chapter A, you created a storyboard for your Web site with at least four pages. You also created a local root folder for your Web site and an assets folder to store the Web site asset files. You set the assets folder as the default storage location for your images. You began to collect information and resources for your Web site and started working on the home page.
Depending on the size of your group, you can assign individual elements of the project to group members, or work collectively to create the finished product.
You will build on this Web site from chapter to chapter, so you must do each Group Project assignment in each chapter to complete your Web site.
Brainstorm as a group and come up with a title and several appropriate keywords for your site. Work together to write a description for the site.
Add the title, keywords, and description to the head content for the home page.
Assign a team member the task of creating the main page content tor the home page and formatting it attractively.
Assign a team member the task of adding a fake address and other contact information to the home page, including an e-mail address.
Consult your storyboard and assign a team member the task of designing the navigation bar and linking it to the appropriate pages.
Add a last updated statement to the home page with adate that wiil automaticaily update when the page is saved.
Edit and format the page content until the group is satisfied with the results.
Verify that each page has a page title by viewing the site map and editing titles.
Verify that all links, including the e-mail link, work correctly.
When you are satisfied with the home page, review the rubric, then make any necessary changes.
Check out the progress of awesomedungbeetles.com.