Unit 3 Exercises. Defining the site and setting the Page properties


In each unit there are step by step exercises and proposed exercises, in both cases is important that you perform the exercises in order and without jumping around. These exercises are designed to build a complete web page and if you try to make an exercise without having done the previous ones you might not see the results hoped for.

If you have still not performed the first step by step exercise, do it now.

If you do not have Dreamweaver open yet, open it in order to perform the next exercises.

As from this moment on we are going to perform all the exercises in Design View. Click on the button to view the design view.

 

 

Exercise 1: Sports.

1 Create a local site named Sports, select as root folder the Sports folder that is inside the exercisesdream folder.

2 Open the how.htm document and modify the page properties, in the title type Who we are?, the background colour should be #99CCCC and the text color #003333.

3 Save the changes and close the document.

From now on, by performing the exercises we are going to create a page like this.

 

Exercise 2: Kitchen.

1 Create a local site named Kitchen, select as root folder the Kitchen folder found inside the exercisesdream folder.

2 Open the how.htm document and modify the page properties, in the title type Menu, the link and visited link colour should be black and the active link colour should be #FF9999.

3 Set as background image the bground.gif image that is located in the site's images folder.

4 Save the changes and close the document.

From now on, by performing the excercises we are going to create a page like this.

 

If you are unsure of how to perform any of the operations in the previous exercises,we will explain them to you here.

 

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