In this part of the exercise, you’ll build a table that will hold my Fall course and office hour schedule as depicted in the image . You must use the <thead>, <tbody>, and <tfoot> elements for the appropriate parts of the table. Note also, that you will have row and column headings in the table. Finally, note where there are entries that span rows and that span columns. My version uses the following <table> attributes to have the borders shown in the image:
The first attribute sets the borders to show up and the second squashes the table cells together to have only single line borders.
To complete this exercise do the following:
After checking that everything looks right in the HTML file, double-check the results in a browser.
In this exercise you are to HTML a form that displays a product request page as shown in the image. The form has four fieldsets. I use <br /> tags to break lines in the fieldsets. I use <h2> elements in the Selections fieldset for the radiobutton and checkbox rows. The input control for the quantities are number <input> controls with a minimum of 1 and a maximum of 20. The The control to select shipping is a <select> element, which uses <option> tags to give the options to choose.
To complete this exercise, do the following:
After checking that everything looks right in the HTML file, double-check the results in a browser. When you are satisfied that everything is correct, submit the two HTML files in a zip archive. The HTML files must be at the top level of the zip archive.