Assignment 2 builds on Assignment 1 by imposing additional constraints on the look, feel and structures of your home page. It will also be necessary to have a 3 page rather than a 1 page site. How much you start over and how much you re-use depends on your own work style.
For this assignment, you will create two seperate version of a three page web site. Each version will contain a homepage named "index.php" and two additioal pages named. "other1.php" and "other2.php". The three pages have in common a header, a footer and a nav tag. For now, the code for these three components will simply be cut and pasted into each of the three pages. (You will see down the road how PHP include might make this easier.)
The two seperate version will reside in their own sub-folders. They will be described as the `east' and `west' versions. Please simply name the sub-folders `east' and `west'. Try to keep the HTML as similar as possible simply so your own workload is manageable. That said, as you read the requirments recognize some of the changes will be easiest if you make judicious changes to the HTML.
In the East version,
In the West version,
On both versions,
There is tag in HTML for quoted material (blockquote). If you do not feel like writing from scratch a lot of text, you may quote with attribution from Wikipedia where the license is ammenable. By attribution, we mean both a link to the page of origin and also the governing license.
Huge Hint - you are actually only writing three pages of HTML with possibly minor variations. All styling is handled in the east versus west style sheets.
To structure this assignment, there must be two folders, one ‘east’ and one ‘west’ In each will reside index.php, other1.php, other2.php and style.css. Note, you are being asked to use the .php suffix even though you need not use any PHP commands. Should you wish to, you may include PHP commands.
You will submit a single tar file "lastname.tar" with all the required files. Submission will be through Canvas.
To do this assignment, please use a text editor and type all the necessary tags by hands. Please do not use any web development application to create your home page. Your work will be tested with Chrome on department machines.
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