comp.sci lecture ‘assignment’ november 8 2010
- open in new window: in the Target box put _blank
- anchors start with # and go in the Link box
- for mad libs you should have a back to top button (maybe?)
- has to be an email link somewhere (email the comp. sci department:)
- highlight text, Insert>Email Link (in the link box it’ll say mailto:[email protected])
- you can use named anchors to jump to sections of pages, not just the homepage (so you can
link to a specific section of a wikipedia page or something)
- do this by copy/paste the link into the Link box.
- Make the whole image a link: Click on image, type in the link you want it to go to in the Link
- Make different parts of an image links to different things: Hotspots “All About Laura” link the
three words to three different sites
- Don’t use hotspots to make a link of a whole image (get 0, use hotspots for specific parts, not
the whole thing)
- always use http://
- Put “Home” “Madlibs” and “Participating Unis” on the banner; way to use the hotspot thing
- Question on Exam about five dif. types of links
- Use a table to lay everything out. Center it. Put the banner in the table. Table should be 780px
wide and banner 780px wide.
- Don’t make table a percentage.
- Use cell padding or add a little extra column to prevent text from touching
- Set the border to 0.
- EXAM question on cell padding and spacing (what’s the difference?)
- Layout: 3 by 7 table, merge the top row (for the banner)
- You can do directory searches where things are broken down into subjects, or use search
engines like Google
- Web Crawlers/Spiders make up lists of words on a webpage, makes keywords from the most
- looks at density of words (how many times a word comes up)
- Google uses the “P