HTML and CSS Reference
To Save an HTML File and Test the Trails Web Page
should be saved and the Web page should be viewed in a browser to confirm the Web
page appears as desired and that pop-up captions and the new images display correctly.
With a USB drive plugged into your computer, click File on the menu bar and then click
Type chapter11-1trailssolution.html in the File name text box and then click the
Click the Internet Explorer button on the status bar.
Type G:\chapter11\ChapterFiles\chapter11-1trailssolution.html in the
Address box and then press the e n t e r key. If a security message appears at the bottom of
the browser window, click the Allow blocked content button. (If you are running Internet
Explorer 8 or lower, your security message may be different.)
When the trails Web page is displayed, move the mouse pointer over the link 362 to view
the new image and pop-up caption.
Next, position the mouse pointer over the bees link, and then the baby bunnies link to
test the pop-up captions and images.
Move the mouse pointer over the word butterflies to view the new image and pop-up
caption, as shown in Figure 11-38.
new image displays
with pop-up caption
To Test and Validate the Hickory Oaks Forest Preserve Web Pages
The final task in developing a Web site is to test and validate all the Web pages and
links. The following steps test the Hickory Oaks Forest Preserve Web pages.
Click the address box and type G:\chapter11\chapter11-1homesolution.html and
press the e n t e r key. If a security message appears at the bottom of the browser window,
click the Allow blocked content button. (If you are running Internet Explorer 8 or lower,
your security message may be different.)