HTML and CSS Reference
Create a Web page that provides a list of at least five CSS resources on the Web.
For each CSS resource provide the URL, Web site name, and a brief description.
Your Web page should contain a table and use color. Place your name in the e-mail
address at the bottom of the Web page. Print the source code (from Notepad) and
the browser view of your Web page.
2. There is still much for you to learn about CSS. A great place to learn about Web
technology is the Web itself. Use a search engine to search for CSS tutorials. The
following resources can help you get started:
Choose a tutorial that is easy to read. Select a section that discusses a CSS tech-
nique that was not covered in this chapter. Create a Web page that uses this new
technique. The Web page should provide the URL of your tutorial, the name of the
Web site, and a description of the new technique you discovered. Place your name
in the e-mail address at the bottom of the Web page. Print the external style sheet
(if you used one), the Web page source code (from Notepad), and the browser view
of your Web page.
In this chapter you learned how to configure color and text with CSS. In this activity
you will design a color scheme, code an external CSS file for the color scheme, and code
an example Web page that applies the styles you configured. Use any of the following
sites to help you get started with color and Web design ideas:
Psychology of Color
Color Scheme Generators