bio-YOURUSERNAMEin VSCode, create a new file called
headportion of the file with a value of
Personal Profile for YOUR_NAME(e.g. "Personal Profile for Jason T. Mickel").
divset of tags. Within the div, add your major(s) and minor(s) in bold followed by your expected graduation year in italics (but not bold) and surrounded by parentheses.
headeropen and close tags.
sectionwith a brief introductory paragraph about yourself inside it.
sectionthat contains a level 2 heading of "Key Traits:" followed by an unordered list of three of your strengths that you want others to know about.
sectioncontaining a level 2 heading of "Working On:" followed by an unordered list of two things you would like to improve on.
sectionwith a level 2 heading of "Learning Programming Will:" followed by an ordered list of the top three things that you hope to do with the knowledge you get from this course.
sectionwith a description list of three websites would recommend to someone interested in topics related to your major or future major. The description term should be the name of the site, which links to the site's URL, and each link should open in a new window. The description definition should offer a brief summary of what the site is about or covers. Do your links actually work?
footersection with the word "Copyright", the current year, and your name.
HTML should be properly formatted following the style conventions discussed in class.
You can use the live preview extension in VSCode to test the page as you're building (click Preview Available in the lower left of the VSCode window), but when you're finished, be sure to check the live URL at
https://dh110f17.github.io/bio-YOURUSERNAME (e.g. "https://dh110f17.github.io/bio-mickelj") to see that it is completely uploaded and working.
The final result should look similar to this:
You will be graded on:
The lab will begin with a full score of 50 points and deductions will be made according to the amount and severity of errors.