Reate web page using an HTML editor (HTML-Kit or NVU), submit both image file and html file in a compressed (zipped) file.

Create web page using an HTML editor (HTML-Kit or NVU), submit both image file and html file in a compressed (zipped) file.
As you begin your study of Web Development, you will start to look at the Internet from the point of view of a potential Web Publisher. In thinking about how to approach the creation of a Web page, there are five areas to explore, and questions that you will need to answer in order to get going. The areas are Planning, Analysis, Design and Development, Testing, Implementation and Maintenance. The questions pertaining to each of these areas are listed in the Table below.
In this segment of CIS101, we begin by posing those questions for you to think about. With the phases of Web Development as the background, you will be learning about the language of Web pages, HTML, or Hypertext Markup Language, as well as the techniques to create the basic elements of what constitutes an effective page.
When youve completed your exploration of those techniques, come back to these same questions to see whether youve answered them clearly. And in doing so, you will have begun another of the important phases of Web Development, the Assessment Phase. Remember that a Web Page is a work in process, not a static finished product. New ideas will occur to you that youll want to include in your site. You may come across new techniques while viewing other Web sites that youll be able to incorporate after more learning.

In this online component, we start with the assumption that youve already begun working in the chapter in your textbook, HTML 6th Edition, by Shelly/ Woods, before beginning work here. This component is meant to function as a place to highlight some of the texts resources. You will be able to implement your understanding of the material, and have the opportunity to apply your knowledge in an enjoyable way. Lets go to work!