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HTML 기본/고급 텍스트 포멧팅 방법, 하이퍼링크, HTML <head> 부분에 무엇이 들어가는지에 대해 알아 보아요.
이 프로젝트에서 여러분은 대학 인트라넷에 호스팅 될 문서를 마크업 하게 될 겁니다. 이 문서는 미래 해당 대학에서 박사학위를 공부하려는 이들이 보내 온 질문에 대한 연구원들의 답변입니다.
- 당신은 전체 문서를 doctype을 비롯해
<body>elements 를 이용하여 다듬어야 합니다.
- The letter in general should be marked up with a structure of paragraphs and headings, with the exception of the below points. There is one top level heading (the "Re:" line) and three second level headings.
- The semester start dates, study subjects and exotic dances should be marked up using an appropriate list type.
- The two addresses can just be put inside paragraphs. The
<address>element is not appropriate for them — think about why. In addition, each line of the addresses should sit on a new line, but not be in a new paragraph.
- The names of the sender and receiver (and "Tel" and "Email") should be marked up with strong importance.
- The four dates in the document should be given appropriate elements containing machine-readable dates.
- The first address and first date in the letter should be given a class attribute value of "sender-column"; the CSS you'll add later will then cause these to be right aligned, as should be the case in a classic letter layout.
- The five acronyms/abbreviations in the main text of the letter should be marked up to provide expansions of each acronym/abbreviation.
- The six sub/superscripts should be marked up appropriately — in the chemical formulae, and the numbers 103 and 104 (they should be 10 to the power or 3 and 4, respectively).
- Try to mark up at least two appropriate words in the text with strong importance/emphasis.
- There are two places where a hyperlink should be added; add appropriate links with titles. For the location that the links point to, just use http://example.com.
- The university motto quote and citation should be marked up with appropriate elements.
The head of the document:
- The character set of the document should be specified as utf-8 using an appropriate meta tag.
- The author of the letter should be specified in an appropriate meta tag.
- The provided CSS should be included inside an appropriate tag.
Hints and tips
- Use the W3C HTML validator to validate your HTML; you'll get bonus points if it validates.
- You don't need to know any CSS to do this assessment; you just need to put the provided CSS inside an HTML element.
The following screenshot shows an example of what the letter might look like after being marked up.
If you are following this assessment as part of an organized course, you should be able to give your work to your teacher/mentor for marking. If you are self-learning, then you can get the marking guide fairly easily by asking on the discussion thread about this exercise, or in the #mdn IRC channel on Mozilla IRC. Try the exercise first — there is nothing to be gained by cheating!