I recently received a query about the encoding of Dublin Core metadata in HTML5, the revision of the HTML language being developed jointly by the W3C HTML Working Group and the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) . It has also been the topic of some recent discussion on the dc-general mailing list . While I've been aware of some of the discussions around metadata features in HTML5, until now I haven't looked in much detail at the current drafts. There are various versions of the specification(s), all drafts under development and still changing (at times, quite quickly):
You will need to use FireFox see the results of this lab. I recommend opening this page in IE so you can keep it open while shutting down and re-launching FireFox. Part I — Making Use Of A Style Editor Download and install Top Style Lite . Part II — Overriding and Adjusting the Default Style Sheet It used to be that we could override the default style sheet simply by adding other styles as a part of our html page.
Styles Due: February 15 The last day this assignment will be accepted is February 22
Read through both Notes 1 and Notes 2 BEFORE doing this assignment! Before you leave today, you should know the syntax of a URL (usually it's http://www.something.com) where you type a URL to go to a site on the Internet what a "default" file is on the Internet how to view the source code in both major browsers how to find, download and install a program how to uninstall a program how to configure and use CSE Validator enough about one piece of compression software to be able to use it how to send an email attachment, including security issues Part I — Finding, Downloading, Installing, and Using Software 7-Zip, the Operator Extension, and the Web Developer Add-On
Basic HTML Pages Due: January 25 The last day this assignment will be accepted is February 1 Use XHTML1.1 and embedded "embedded" means the styles go in the head of the document, not in a separate file CSS Level 2+ for this and all future assignments unless otherwise stated. Design this homework assignment well. You will be using it as the basis for the next several homework assignments and a large part of your final project.