Keyboarding 7/8: Processing Silicon

Most of the links below should be working, but you can't get to all the original documents yet;
focus on the ones dated after September 4, 2015.
however, much of what is below is what it looked like last time
(documents listed with bold Times New Roman font can be accessed at the bottom in the attachments):
 
The course outline for Keyboarding 7 and for Keyboarding 8 is attached below.
 
Before you do anything in HTML (definition in the tutorial),
memorize these two rules:
  1. the last shall be first, and
  2. finish what you start.
Here is both courses' HTML (and CSS) introduction.
 
More basic html commands are attached below.

Here is your first html assignment - making a basic webpage.

Here is your next html assignment: - A Simple Table - Assignment # 2.

 
Here's some help on how to do it:

Here is your NEW third html assignment:

using tables to format your webpage.
This tutorial may help - or this one (for making links).
You can also use this link bar table - blank sample to get started.
 
Here is a tutorial for making tables within tables.
 Here is my outline specifically for this assignment: a tablesample.
(Google has plenty more.)
 
Below is your fourth Tricky Tables assignment. Use the 2016 version.
 
 Below is your fifth Picture Table Assignment
with a Skeleton demonstrating the basic structure.
 
Here's a sixth assignment using tables: http://www.mrdykstra.ca/web-design-35s/troubled-tables.
Due credit should be given to Mr. James Dykstra.
Note that I have never done this myself;  it's up to you to figure it out.
Working with another student will really help.
 
This seventh assignment, also from Mr. James Dykstra
is not strictly about tables, but it will help you with the ninth assignment.
  
Feel free to make this assignment way fancier than it is right now.
 
The ninth assignment, also from Mr. James Dykstra,
uses all your table techniques to simulate a newspaper.
His example is funny, but you can use real news,
to make yours more serious if you want to.
Attached is a template for the newspaper assignment.
 
Here's the fourth-last assignment so far: www.mr.dykstra.ca/web-design-35s/who-s-your-audience.
Only two additions to or clarifications of Mr. (James) Dykstra's requirements:
  1. The following topics are off limits: video games, "fail" videos, shark attack videos.
  2. Your page should include at least one weblink.

This assignment gets you to make your own website advertising your pizza business:
It's on Mr. James Dykstra's website, at http://www.mr.dykstra.ca/web-design-35s/pizza-pizza.

 Here is another assignment to click on for those who are amazingly far ahead (nice work!):
 
Think about how to do Assignment # 20: The BIG ONE! attached below.
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